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reboot to recovery no command error

20th February 2014, 04:03 AM |#1  
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im on rooted 4.4, all works fine but the exchange,, trying to replace the email 4.4.2 apk, so my eschange will work, when i try to boot into recovery, i get "no command error"
can anyone plese help?
 
 
20th February 2014, 04:10 AM |#2  
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im on rooted 4.4, all works fine but the exchange,, trying to replace the email 4.4.2 apk, so my eschange will work, when i try to boot into recovery, i get "no command error"
can anyone plese help?

what are you using to reboot into recovery?
here's the failsafe way to access recovery:
power off the phone, press and hold volume down + power for a few seconds then release to access bootloader menu. press volume down to highlight recovery, then volume up to select it.
20th February 2014, 04:14 AM |#3  
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what are you using to reboot into recovery?
here's the failsafe way to access recovery:
power off the phone, press and hold volume down + power for a few seconds then release to access bootloader menu. press volume down to highlight recovery, then volume up to select it.

thats exactly what i did and still got the error. even tried with adb, no luck
20th February 2014, 04:20 AM |#4  
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thats exactly what i did and still got the error. even tried with adb, no luck

strange, are you unlocked and using twrp/cwm or locked and using slapmymoto? if you're unlocked, i'd recommend reflashing twrp/cwm recovery image, sounds like it may be corrupt. if you're locked, i can't help as i haven't messed with any of the locked device stuff.
20th February 2014, 04:27 AM |#5  
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im on a locked device, used slapmymoto, thanks for trying,can anyone else help?
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20th February 2014, 08:10 AM |#6  
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Why do you need to be in recovery. You should have write protect off already. If you are trying to flash something you can't without safestrap and the zip needs yo be made for safestrap. Just manually move the emails and change the permissions

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20th February 2014, 11:40 AM |#7  
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Press Power + Volume Up at the same time when it shows "no command" (And if that doesn't work try Power + Volume Down )
20th February 2014, 04:02 PM |#8  
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im on a locked device, used slapmymoto, thanks for trying,can anyone else help?

If the button presses while rebooting to get to where you can select recovery doesn't work... You could try Quick Reboot -> https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ions.quickboot to reboot into recovery, or open a command prompt on your PC.. and issue the command.. adb reboot bootloader then pick recovery from there.. If those ways also error with that same message you are seeing now, then your phone doesn't has a problem with its recovery partition.

As others have said, if you are rooted with Write Protection disabled (SlapMyMoto v1 thread tells you to run MotoWPNoMo first, to disable write protection, then follow its process), you should be able to go in, rename the old APK, and replace it with the new one (and set the attributes the same) without needing to be in recovery.

Then again, if you rooted with SlapMyMoto .5 (before the MotoWPNoMo was available), or you never did the MotoWPNoMo process that would explain why you want recovery... you're trying to boot to "recovery" so that you can boot with the Write Protection disabled so you can make this change.
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24th February 2014, 03:54 PM |#9  
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im on a locked device, used slapmymoto, thanks for trying,can anyone else help?

  1. Power off your Moto X
  2. Next, boot into bootloader mode by holding Volume Down and Power
  3. At the bootloader screen, use Volume Down and scroll to Recovery, then press Volume Up to select it
  4. Once you rebooted into recovery mode you will see No Command. Hold Volume Up and press Power to show the recovery menu
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