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14th October 2013, 04:43 AM |#111  
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I just got my VZW moto X 2 days ago... System update said I was up to date... Yesterday I tried the root method in original moto X development forum... And it worked... Unless I somehow don't have the latest Ota... But it said I was up to date... Am I missing so me thing here? According to what you guys are saying, I shouldn't have been able to root... I can't find the latest ota build number to know if I'm on it... But like I said, it said I was up to date before I even rooted... But here look...




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14th October 2013, 05:08 AM |#112  
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I just got my VZW moto X 2 days ago... System update said I was up to date... Yesterday I tried the root method in original moto X development forum... And it worked... Unless I somehow don't have the latest Ota... But it said I was up to date... Am I missing so me thing here? According to what you guys are saying, I shouldn't have been able to root... I can't find the latest ota build number to know if I'm on it... But like I said, it said I was up to date before I even rooted... But here look...

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Your system is up to date. Verizon hasn't got the update that breaks root. So that is why you didn't have any problems. DON'T accept the update if you want to keep root.
14th October 2013, 05:09 AM |#113  
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I just got my VZW moto X 2 days ago... System update said I was up to date... Yesterday I tried the root method in original moto X development forum... And it worked... Unless I somehow don't have the latest Ota... But it said I was up to date... Am I missing so me thing here? According to what you guys are saying, I shouldn't have been able to root... I can't find the latest ota build number to know if I'm on it... But like I said, it said I was up to date before I even rooted... But here look...




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That is because Verizon hasn't released an update for the Moto X yet. All Verizon phones still have the original firmware from the launch of the device.
14th October 2013, 05:10 AM |#114  
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At least one good thing came from vzw making sure they stick their fingers in all updates before they get pushed out, huh?

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14th October 2013, 05:13 AM |#115  
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At least one good thing came from vzw making sure they stick their fingers in all updates before they get pushed out, huh?

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Yeah. They are waiting so long so they can patch the root exploit. In the meantime everyone is getting the phone and rooting before the update.
14th December 2013, 03:15 PM |#116  
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is there any way to unlock without losing the warranty?

Motopocalypse: Motorola bootloader unlock script is compatible with our device?
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16th December 2013, 03:54 PM |#117  
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is there any way to unlock without losing the warranty?

Motopocalypse: Motorola bootloader unlock script is compatible with our device?

Yes there is. Buy a DE Moto X.

In regards to Motopocalypse, I have no idea.
20th December 2013, 10:03 PM |#118  
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I just received my Moto X(verizon) it was already up to date but i guess ill be able to root also im gpnna post a pic of my info

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21st December 2013, 06:59 AM |#119  
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Yes there is. Buy a DE Moto X.

In regards to Motopocalypse, I have no idea.

Tried Motopocalypse actually ran, probably just needs a little adjustment for the moto x. Haven't had the time to explore it, but it actually seems to be compatible with the moto x.
22nd December 2013, 05:48 AM |#120  
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Tried Motopocalypse actually ran, probably just needs a little adjustment for the moto x. Haven't had the time to explore it, but it actually seems to be compatible with the moto x.

did you have write protecton enabled when you ran it ? and was this on 4.2.2 or 4.4 ?
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23rd December 2013, 05:19 PM |#121  
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did you have write protecton enabled when you ran it ? and was this on 4.2.2 or 4.4 ?

No write protection wasn't enabled and I was on 4.2.2. I had tried it when I had just gotten the phone.

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