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By gencode, Junior Member on 11th February 2014, 07:43 PM
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28th February 2014, 08:45 PM |#41  
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you have to go back to stock 4.4 recovery and system to take the OTA. So flash the stock 4.4. /system and /recovery using the sbf firmware for your device and then take the 4.4.2 OTA. Then of course you have to flash TWRP and install SuperSU again. So yes, you have to unroot.

Where do we get the stock rom?
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28th February 2014, 09:21 PM |#42  
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you can request the factory images from Motorola here:

Moto X Factory Images


You also can get the sbf firmware here:

Moto X sbf firmware

Thanks CartlandSmith for the fast reply,

Is there a place I can get the stock 4.4 recovery img file only?
I actually don't need to get the entire ROM, sorry about that I did say ROM.
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Both of those files are xml.zip files. Extract the files. The recovery.img is in there.

Okay, so it sounds like if you are going from rooted 4.4 to 4.4.2 it has to be done by putting on 4.4 with rsdlite, basically reseting the phone back to factory and possibly losing all data, then they can upgrade the phone to stock 4.4.2, and then it can be rooted again on 4.4.2. If someone is on 4.4 rooted there is no way to get 4.4.2 without losing whats on the phone.
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