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Default At&t moto x 4.4.2 ota link

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resi...nt=file%2c.zip

Here you go gang.

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Worked like a charm for me. Thanks!
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https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resi...nt=file%2c.zip

Here you go gang.

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Awesome. thanks!

for those who are like me and haven't felt the need to root their phone or use a custom recovery, the process below worked to update an unlocked, un-rooted, stock AT&T moto x. this is probably available elswhere on the forms too.

- copy the zip into "download" on the internal storage
- boot into bootloader by holding volume down and power together
- at the bootloader screen, use volume down and scroll to "recovery", then press volume up to select it
- in recovery mode you will see "no command". hold volume up and press power to show the recovery menu
- use volume down to go to "apply update from sdcard" then press power to enter
- you should be at "choose a package to install", use the volume buttons to highlight "download/" and press power
- use the volume buttons to highlight the zip and press power

the update will start. it took about 5 minutes on my device. when it finishes, use volume keys to select "restart system" and press power. device will restart and you're done.
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for unlocked bootloader we'd have to delete superuser to install this, correct?
 
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for unlocked bootloader we'd have to delete superuser to install this, correct?
No, you don't need to uninstall superuser. If you use xposed, make sure you uninstall the framework (no need to uninstall the modules).
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No, you don't need to uninstall superuser. If you use xposed, make sure you uninstall the framework (no need to uninstall the modules).
awesome. thanks

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crap, didn't work. says its for "ghost" devices, which i though i was (att 1058)
 
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I get to this point and nothing happens.

- in recovery mode you will see "no command". hold volume up and press power to show the recovery menu

Only thing I can do is long press power to reset the phone

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I get to this point and nothing happens.

- in recovery mode you will see "no command". hold volume up and press power to show the recovery menu

Only thing I can do is long press power to reset the phone

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I tied to flash via recovery, but the verification check didn't complete. the email.apk didn't match. I removed it when I updated to 4.4.

I flashed down to 4.2.2 from 4.4 and rerunning slap my moto because I am rooted, but no su binary. lol
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For those who had issues taking the OTA. You have 2 options that I see.

Removing the verification lines from the updater script. Don't know if that will work or what it will do.

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Reflashing to 4.2.2 via RSD Lite. The write protection is still 0. using slapmymoto again and updating via OTA to 4.4. You will lose all data. I used to titanium back up and stored my stuff to the my box drive.


I am installing 4.4.2 via recovery from the OTA i downloaded this morning and I don't have that stupid email.apk issue. The system update says i am up to date so I had to do this way.
Device: Moto Z
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Device: HTC One (Killed by a wall)
ROM: GPE Converted
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Kernel: Stock
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No, you don't need to uninstall superuser. If you use xposed, make sure you uninstall the framework (no need to uninstall the modules).
Excuse my not knowing, but I just came to the forums here to peek around and see about this, since I'm on AT&T. If I uninstall the framework and take the update, what do I have to do to enable xposed after the update? Do I have to reinstall the framework every reboot?
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