Originally Posted by motox1983
Hey guys, bad news. I flashed what it supposed to be the full XML.zip from the sbf droid-developers web page (I am not allowed to post URL links yet) and it all seemed well, but when I turned it off and then back on, it got again into a bootloop, rebooting every couple of minutes . What do you think it would be the reason? I am from Mexico, so I used the Telcel Mexico 4.4.2 firmware, so I don't use any firmware below 4.4 (the other two options are 4.2.2). I noticed that the Telcel 4.2.2 has more files than the Telcel 4.4.2. Any suggestions? Should I try to flash other firmwares?
Is the Telcel Mexico 4.4.2 what you were running when you first got the phone and it was on 4.4.2?
Based on what cellzealot said.. try this...
First, make sure you are using the latest mFastboot.EXE -> download mFastboot
, and unzip it. It has folders containing the Windows, Linux and Mac versions of Moto's fastboot.exe. After unzipping, find the windows version of the moto fastboot.exe, rename it to mfastboot.exe (so you don't mix it up with the one that comes with the Android SDK) and move it in your Android SDK Platform Tools folder.. usually C:\Android-Sdk\platform-tools.
Open a command prompt and change to the folder where you unziped the SBF to, and run the following...
mfastboot flash partition gpt.bin
mfastboot flash motoboot motoboot.img
EDIT the XML from the SBF. and look for the following lines...
<step operation="flash" partition="partition" filename="gpt.bin" MD5="xxxxxxxxx" />
<step operation="flash" partition="motoboot" filename="motoboot.img" MD5="xxxxxxx" />
and right after it, add...
Then use RSDLite to flash the entire XML.