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My unlocked gsm Moto X firmware version is 4.4, is that different from 4.4.2? Some rooting protocol requires 4.4.2, that's why I am asking. I just don't want to brick it.

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My unlocked gsm Moto X firmware version is 4.4, is that different from 4.4.2? Some rooting protocol requires 4.4.2, that's why I am asking. I just don't want to brick it.

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The Moto X doesn't have 4.4.2. It has 4.4. If you're reading a root guide that references 4.4.2, it probably isn't for the Moto X. You should only use a guide/process specifically for the device you are trying to root.

You can see the software version by going to Settings > About Phone (very bottom) > Android version (4th item down).
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