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Bricked Moto X after OTA upgrade. Please help me!!

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By motox1983, Junior Member on 6th June 2014, 03:21 AM
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6th June 2014, 09:12 PM |#21  
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Ok it is rebooting again now, every couple of minutes I guess it would be a hardware problem. And obviously I lost the warranty when I unlocked. So no last ideas before I give up? hehe

Unfortunately, I am out of suggestions. Since you followed the instructions, your software -should- be 100% back to stock.

Perhaps @KidJoe may have further troubleshooting techniques for you....

I'm sorry that you still seem to be having issues.
 
 
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boot into recovery and wipe cache and dalvik

So far so good. I rebooted to recovery using TWRP and deleted Cache and Delvik. Rebooted again and it has not rebooted again. I will keep you posted!! Thanks

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Nevermind. It has started again to reboot every couple of minutes
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boot into recovery and wipe cache and dalvik

It worked for 5 minutes but it got back to rebooting itself every couple of minutes
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One thing I noticed is that it reboots only when not in use. If I am browsing or using an app, it works fine, but when I leave it and the screen goes black, after a minute or so it reboots. Would this say anything to you?
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I'm afraid something is messed up in your partitions or bootloader or something from downgrading.

You didn't brick it appears, but you may still have problems.

To those reading that question some of us when we say "No, you can't downgrade"......this may be another example unfortunately.

Hope you work it out tho. Maybe try RSDlite again??
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