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[Q] Bricked my Moto X - can I resurrect it?

18th February 2014, 09:08 PM |#21  
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Originally Posted by spiffytech

Well, that was very weird. In the bootloader I scrolled through the menu and accidentally selected "Factory". No idea what that's supposed to do, but now my phone boots again! I'm going to really, really, hope I don't break it again...

I want to try the 4.4.2 update now, but given I'm not really sure why my device works again I'm scared to.

Factory = factory reset back to how Moto sent it out. It deletes all data on the phone making it like new. This is what I was going to suggest after reading your thread.

Glad you got it working.
 
 
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