Unfortunately I do not have an unlocked bootloader, as there is no way that I am aware to unlock the Moto X. When I said booting into recovery, I meant /system read\write mode. I am running Android 4.4 still, never updated to 4.4.2. I have adb, mfastboot (as well as fastboot on the device), and RSD Lite for flashing images to the device.
Anyways, since you are on 4.4, I assume you are using the "Slap My Moto" exploit + MotoWpNoMo (write protect disable exploit). (I asked which exploit you used, but you didn't advise)
What YOU will need to do (with locked BL) is follow the instructions in the "Return to Stock" thread, but instead of what I mentioned earlier, flash the entire 4.4 SBF for YOUR CARRIER (you never confirmed AT&T...)
After you have flashed the entire 4.4 SBF, you will need to re-apply the exploits to re-gain root and Write Protect Disable.
Once this is finished, your device should work 100% properly.
BE VERY CAREFUL. It seems you aren't aware of many of the nuances regarding the Moto X, so here is some info for you:
1. If you EVER attempt to downgrade your software version, you will brick your phone - possibly permanently. This applies to ALL Moto X phones - locked, unlocked, rooted, or not.
2. Additionally, if you ever update to 4.4.2, you will completely/permanently LOSE the ability to root and achieve write protect disable (unless you unlock the BL). There is a new temporary root method that works on 4.4.2, but it does not disable write protect, so you cannot write to /system, cannot flash custom recovery, and every time you reboot your device, you will have to re-run the exploit to gain root back again.
3. There is a gentleman from China who is selling bootloader unlock codes for the Moto X. He somehow has access to some of Motorola's database. Currently, he can unlock most devices that have a manufacture date of 2014 (he doesn't have access to 2013 codes). The cost is $45 (very reasonable, IMO), and you can find all the details in the "China Middleman Back?" thread. If you DO decide to try this unlock method and are successful, you will need to re-flash the entire stock SBF to remove the 'exploits' you are using. Also, with unlocked BL, you can successfully root and flash recovery (and write to /system) no matter which android version you are on.
Hope this clears everything up for you. Let me know if you have questions.