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XT1039 now showing as XT1032

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Default XT1039 now showing as XT1032

I softbricked my Moto G 4G this morning & the only way I could get it out of the bootloop was to flash with a X1032 firmware. I have subsequently managed to flash the latest stock XT1039 ((Moto_G_LTE_XT1039)_RET-EU-SS_4.4.4_KXB21.14-L1.46_cid7_CFC_1FF.xml) firmware but when I plug the phone into my PC it is shown as XT1032. Is there anything I can do to revert it back to its correct model number?
 
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Did you use an included .bat file to flash or a series of fastboot commands? If the latter, what commands?
 
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Did you use an included .bat file to flash or a series of fastboot commands? If the latter, what commands?
Its was an included bat file. I used the files from this thread

http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto...stock-t2850282
 
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You might want to consider doing the fastboot commands manually. If all commands are used, ant trace of XT1032 should be gone.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2542219
 
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You might want to consider doing the fastboot commands manually. If all commands are used, ant trace of XT1032 should be gone.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2542219
That was the method I used after using the bat file.



mfastboot flash partition gpt.bin
mfastboot flash motoboot motoboot.img
mfastboot flash logo logo.bin
mfastboot flash boot boot.img
mfastboot flash recovery recovery.img
mfastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.0
mfastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.1
mfastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.2
mfastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.3
mfastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
mfastboot erase modemst1
mfastboot erase modemst2
mfastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn
mfastboot erase cache
mfastboot erase userdata
mfastboot reboot

these all worked OK without issue

I had to modify the sparsechunk files to match the ones in the rom that i downloaded
 
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All Models of Moto G have 1032 in the baseband, is it possible your phone was always recognised on PC as XT1032?
 
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It was definitely showing as1039 before the soft brick
 
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Then obviously something is remaining from the XT1032 firmware. If you have a Custom Recovery, try the wipe options there.
Alternatively, the following command in Fastboot might be enough: fastboot erase system

BTW, never use the Fastboot command: fastboot erase all
 
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Then obviously something is remaining from the XT1032 firmware. If you have a Custom Recovery, try the wipe options there.
Alternatively, the following command in Fastboot might be enough: fastboot erase system

BTW, never use the Fastboot command: fastboot erase all
I have tried the wipe option before. I will try fastboot erase system then reflash the stock rom
 
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This didn't solve the issue

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