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nyamoV2
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Default 1053 stock rooted ROM?

Why is every stock ROM for every variant but the gsm model? And to flash those do I need to be on a stock ROM first? Every time I try I get a status 7 error

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Let this be a lesson to others. Before running around and flashing stuff:

READ, READ, and READ. Do your research. If you don't understand what you are reading, continue reading and using your friend Google to search things not directly linked.

If you still don't understand what you are reading - STAY STOCK, DON'T FLASH ANYTHING.
 
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Same question here buddy... I haven't been able to put my research on practice yet, but from the little research I did here, I was going to do this first (reported to also work on 1053 GSM T-Mobile variant:

[STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS] Unlocking and Rooting a Dev Ed Moto X Running Kit Kat

And then run this ROM that also works on 1053 GSM T-mobile, and doesn't remove its real Active Notifications like other roms do:

T-Mobile/GSM Moto X test build

Don't flash the Verizon or Retail variant that thread has (Don't know what they mean by retail version of this phone). The only downside is that the GSM build of that ROM doesn't seem to get updated as often.

Lastly, after doing the above, if I could just have a way to properly have tethering/hotspot hack, I would be so happy.
 
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Is that the eclipse ROM? That's the one I can't get to install. Currently on cm nightlies but I'm tired of things now working

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The best advice ever

Quote:
Originally Posted by Entropy512
Let this be a lesson to others. Before running around and flashing stuff:

READ, READ, and READ. Do your research. If you don't understand what you are reading, continue reading and using your friend Google to search things not directly linked.

If you still don't understand what you are reading - STAY STOCK, DON'T FLASH ANYTHING.
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