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hi, i'm sorry, but i need help urgently. I unlocked the bootloader and flashed an international firmware so i can update to 4.4.2, since kitkat is not available in my country yet. then i tried to root my phone using superboot-windows.bat, and when the phone restarted it showd the moto logo, but it faded to black. so i turned it off, but now it doesn't turn on. is there a way to turn it on via adb or fastboot from windows?
please help i'm panicking.
24th January 2014, 11:52 PM |#2  
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hi, i'm sorry, but i need help urgently. I unlocked the bootloader and flashed an international firmware so i can update to 4.4.2, since kitkat is not available in my country yet. then i tried to root my phone using superboot-windows.bat, and when the phone restarted it showd the moto logo, but it faded to black. so i turned it off, but now it doesn't turn on. is there a way to turn it on via adb or fastboot from windows?
please help i'm panicking.

plug in the pc and show me what says the pc
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hi, i conected the moto g to the computer and while holding on/off button i run adb-windows.exe and it rebooted instantly. i don't know what hapenned exactly, but now i have mi cel back. sadly, i don't have root acces, but after this i don't know if i will try it again. thanks for your time!
25th January 2014, 01:03 AM |#4  
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hi, i conected the moto g to the computer and while holding on/off button i run adb-windows.exe and it rebooted instantly. i don't know what hapenned exactly, but now i have mi cel back. sadly, i don't have root acces, but after this i don't know if i will try it again. thanks for your time!

As long as your bootloader works, your phone will always be recoverable. Also, it's almost impossible to kill your bootloader, since the phone prevents you from downgrading it. Moto loves the community, and this is a way to show it; a hardbrick proof phone.
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As long as your bootloader works, your phone will always be recoverable. Also, it's almost impossible to kill your bootloader, since the phone prevents you from downgrading it. Moto loves the community, and this is a way to show it; a hardbrick proof phone.

yeah, i got scared because it didn't turn on or boot in any way, i tried everithing: torn on botton, log press turn on button, vol- and turn on, lon press booth, and it didn't response... if only the bootloader, but nothing. also the pc didn't recognice it, and i checked the usb power suply, it wasn't receiving any voltage... i was going to send it to the dealer and try my luck, but then the miracle happenned, and now im happy!
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yeah, i got scared because it didn't turn on or boot in any way, i tried everithing: torn on botton, log press turn on button, vol- and turn on, lon press booth, and it didn't response... if only the bootloader, but nothing. also the pc didn't recognice it, and i checked the usb power suply, it wasn't receiving any voltage... i was going to send it to the dealer and try my luck, but then the miracle happenned, and now im happy!

It sounds like it ran out of battery during the procces, and then recovered part of it via usb.
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As long as your bootloader works, your phone will always be recoverable. Also, it's almost impossible to kill your bootloader, since the phone prevents you from downgrading it. Moto loves the community, and this is a way to show it; a hardbrick proof phone.

Sorry but the other day i kill the bootloader, i flash the .mbn files on the firmware and my phone don't work, only appears qusb-bulk when i connect on the pc, but i have a tool for blank-flash the bootloader and make im work again, seems the tool directly writes the emmc
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Sorry but the other day i kill the bootloader, i flash the .mbn files on the firmware and my phone don't work, only appears qusb-bulk when i connect on the pc, but i have a tool for blank-flash the bootloader and make im work again, seems the tool directly writes the emmc

So, is your phone dead, or you recovered it?
2nd June 2014, 06:33 PM |#9  
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Sorry but the other day i kill the bootloader, i flash the .mbn files on the firmware and my phone don't work, only appears qusb-bulk when i connect on the pc, but i have a tool for blank-flash the bootloader and make im work again, seems the tool directly writes the emmc

Could you share this tool, please? I think I kill the bootloader too. After I did a command from terminal emulator (I’m using CM11), my Moto G shutdown and now it doesn’t power on… I tried a lot of “solutions”, but nothing can make it power on again…
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