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[Q] Locked/Unrooted Phone Decided to Brick Itself

OP ed0421

31st May 2014, 06:53 AM   |  #11  
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100% certain I downloaded the 4.4.2 rom, unfortunately. Flashing manually, it fails from the very first flash attempt. Only setting the oem fb_mode_set goes through without failure. Thanks for your help throughout this whole ordeal, it's very much appreciated

Really dumb question but when flashing... Are you using the command fastboot or mfastboot?
I had all kinds of errors and thought I was bricked too until I used mfastboot. Then everything went perfect. Moto uses their own version of fastboot.exe that's included in the sbf/fxz or whatever they are called now. Even the XML file states fastboot as the command but never worked for me. Just a thought.
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