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[Q] I can't update to 4.4.3

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21st June 2014, 03:55 AM   |  #11  
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are you sure that you are flashing 4.4.2 ????

check it..... maybe is 4.2.2 [emoji53]

gpt. bin error is about downgrades

maybe you did manual flash using wrong gpt.bin.

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maybe you installed/flashed in manual mode the 4.4.3 gpt.bin (bootloader). and now you are trying to install 4.4.2 gpt.bin and the system shows gpt.bin error (downdrade error)
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21st June 2014, 04:13 AM   |  #12  
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THANK YOU GUYS

i was forgetting to delete one line of code, i delete this line and flash using rsd


but THANK YOU
21st June 2014, 04:19 AM   |  #13  
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THANK YOU GUYS

i was forgetting to delete one line of code, i delete this line and flash using rsd


but THANK YOU

the gpt.bin line ???!!!!!!

I hope your moto x don't get bricked after ota update [emoji20]
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Originally Posted by omias

the gpt.bin line ???!!!!!!

I hope your moto x don't get bricked after ota update [emoji20]

Probably the getvar max-download-size (Step 4 in the Return to Stock thread)

I've seen several people overlook that step somehow...

Just another reason I try to push the manual method instead of using RSD Lite. You don't need to edit the XML file when you use the manual method, and less can go wrong.
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