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[Q] Help! Rooting moto X 4.4 Sprint

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By enigmanate, Junior Member on 12th January 2014, 06:48 PM
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I have unlocked bootloader. Upgraded to 4.4 on Sprint. What do I need to do to Root this thing?
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12th January 2014, 06:53 PM |#2  
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Install twr

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12th January 2014, 07:38 PM |#3  
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Install twr

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I flashed it using the info from (android. gs/install-twrp-recovery-moto-x- android-4-4- kitkat)

Am I using the correct one? And after that when I try to boot to recovery, nothing happens.
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Do it like so

1. Put phone in bootloader
2. Type mfastboot flash recovery name of img.img
3. Then type adb reboot recovery
4. Then install supersu via flashable zip or from the market place

But right after you flash the custom recovery you have to boot into the recovery before you let the device boot up or the recovery won't work.

How this helps

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12th January 2014, 09:27 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by dray_jr

Do it like so

1. Put phone in bootloader
2. Type mfastboot flash recovery name of img.img
3. Then type adb reboot recovery
4. Then install supersu via flashable zip or from the market place

But right after you flash the custom recovery you have to boot into the recovery before you let the device boot up or the recovery won't work.

How this helps

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Thank you again for responding.

I am fairly familiar with using CMD and commands but I think I am missing a step. Dont I need to have the window open that contains certain files? I am running windows 8.

Right after I flash the fastboot image I get several options when I do the "hold power and down volume" and none of them mention twrp recovery. It just says "recovery". Is that normal?
12th January 2014, 09:33 PM |#6  
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Yes click the down volume until recovery is highlighted and then hit volume up to select it but you can just type in the cmd window adb reboot recovery and it will boot into recovery

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Yes click the down volume until recovery is highlighted and then hit volume up to select it but you can just type in the cmd window adb reboot recovery and it will boot into recovery

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here is my results. (picture attached). Does that look right?
13th January 2014, 12:53 AM |#8  
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No pic. What progress are you trying to display exactly?
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here is my results. (picture attached). Does that look right?

It worked! The step where I was making the mistake was not booting into recovery immediately after flashing,

Thank you again!!
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It worked! The step where I was making the mistake was not booting into recovery immediately after flashing,

Thank you again!!

This has been a very common problem lately glad you got it working

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