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Default Moto X USCC .sbf files

I've posted the original and camera update .sbf files at http://rant-zone.com/MotoX for those looking for them. The KitKat .sbf can be found on TeamUSCellular.com, here:http://teamuscellular.com/Forum/inde...BF#entry104026

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You wouldn't happen to have Sprint, it's a long shot lol

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Sorry man just USCC here

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Any brave soul from USC try and successfully downgrade from KitKat back to jellybean? I've heard other carriers turning into bricks from downgrading to before the camera update, taking the camera update and bricking. Not really seeing a reason to downgrade myself. Just curious if anyone knows anything about this.

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You talking about us crazy Sprint guys?

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Hahahaha. It probably was one of you guys lol! I can't afford it since I have an unlocked boot loader and no warranty. So I'd be SOL. Don't want to sound like an @$$ but would rather see if anyone else survives that battle hahaha.

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I was smart enough to prepare ahead of time and do all of jcase's steps up to the " now go ahead and take the OTA". Is there bad things going on if you already have the 4.4 OTA and try to downgrade? I made it, root, rw, on system on 4.4 with no issues, but don't want to spread the love if its just going to breed contempt. Any info will be appreciated.

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So you've downgraded yourself from 4.4 your saying? I'm not sure myself as I just said. I'm just not willing to take that plunge unless others have successfully. Again as I've heard other horror stories of other carriers bricking somehow while messing around downgrading to 4.2 from 4.4

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No. I was on 4.2, awaiting an OTA to 4.4. I followed the SlapMyMoto method on 4.2 up until the spot where it says " Now go ahead and take the OTA". Then I proceeded from there. I was on 4.2, did the steps up to the OTA, then waited till I could take it. Took THE OTA, then continued.
I really hope there's some hope for those who grabbed the OTA before doing their homework, I had a USCC XT901 (Electrify M) that I was able to root after the OTA that killed it for most. Maybe I'm lucky, maybe I just pay attention better than some, who knows.
Just thought I'd make these files available here for anyone who might need them.

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Hahahaha. It probably was one of you guys lol! I can't afford it since I have an unlocked boot loader and no warranty. So I'd be SOL. Don't want to sound like an @$$ but would rather see if anyone else survives that battle hahaha.

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