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Moto x 4.4.3 system dump??

11th June 2014, 02:04 AM   |  #11  
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Help for XT 1058 4.4.3 system update
Hi, I need some help here. I just received 4.4.3 OTA for Brasil Retail XT1058, I just choosed Accept and it downloaded and tried to install but it just reboot to Recovery (teamwin) and nothing happened. I rebooted and system was still 4.4.2, and is looping shooting down I guess trying to install the update. I remembered that I should have stock recovery or something, but I can't remember what else should I do to get the update. Maybe if somebody helps me, I could try to get the system dump for the XT1058.

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11th June 2014, 02:34 AM   |  #12  
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Originally Posted by Traukoman

Hi, I need some help here. I just received 4.4.3 OTA for Brasil Retail XT1058, I just choosed Accept and it downloaded and tried to install but it just reboot to Recovery (teamwin) and nothing happened. I rebooted and system was still 4.4.2, and is looping shooting down I guess trying to install the update. I remembered that I should have stock recovery or something, but I can't remember what else should I do to get the update. Maybe if somebody helps me, I could try to get the system dump for the XT1058.

Thank you!!

You need to disable Xposed if you have installed it. If you have made any changes to SYSTEM, or removed any "bloat" apps, you will need to un-do these changes. You are correct that you need STOCK recovery. You can download the SBF here: http://sbf.droid-developers.org/phone.php?device=0 (get the correct one for your model, version 4.4.2)

Now extract the file. You only need one file: recovery.img

Use mfastboot to flash the stock recovery:

mfastboot flash recovery recovery.img


Then you should be able to flash the OTA without failure.

Good Luck
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