Thanks Meter 3205
Join Date: May 2011
Location: The boonies - southwest Ontario
Flashing other carriers firmware on a moto X is not a great idea, unless you KNOW it to be safe. And also remember on the X, trying to downgrade from 4.4.2 or higher, can lead to a brick....even a permanent brick.
Here is a thread that may help....
>*Moto X*>*Moto X General*>*[HOW-TO] Resurrecting A Bricked Moto X
You can ask for further help in that thread also.
Hope you work it out!!
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This is another option to try. But no matter what method you try, you MUST use the firmware for YOUR device, not a different carriers....and the same android version you were on. Again....DON'T downgrade a Moto X that is on 4.4.2 or higher already....ever.
>*Moto X*>*Moto X General*>*[GUIDE][VIDEO] Moto X - Return to 100% stock (using RSD Lite OR manual flash)
Sent from my new HTC One M8, N5, N7, Moto X, GTab3 or S2.
Need help with poor battery life on the N5...or any device really? Lots of info in first 4 posts! >>>> [Battery Life Help] Troubleshoot Battery Issues Here....and Tips