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Default WARNING! Bootloop with latest update (8MB) rooted 4.4.2 !

Let this be a warning, the latest update put my phone in a reboot loop. After trying to apply the update clockwordmod would come up on restart, installation would fail, couldn't see why, too fast, the phone would start up and after 15-20 sec it would shutdown to start all over again.

Don't know what update does as I have a french phone and all update messages come in french. I saw that USB on the go was mentioned and some other bug fixes.


TO FIX:

Enter fastbood mode (VOL DOWN+POWER)

From the PC enter:

fastboot erase cache


Can someone more knowledgeable say why the update fails?

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the same issue for me with my french moto g
 
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the same issue for me with my french moto g
It Won't work if you have rooted your phone!
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It Won't work if you have rooted your phone!
ok thanks so impossible to install it?
 
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Somebody correct me if I'm wrong, but I was thinking that you need the stock recovery and not CWM or TWRP.
 
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Somebody correct me if I'm wrong, but I was thinking that you need the stock recovery and not CWM or TWRP.
Yes you do and no root
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Somebody correct me if I'm wrong, but I was thinking that you need the stock recovery and not CWM or TWRP.
Stock RECOVERY, KERNEL and NO changes in /system partition whatsoever (including root.)
With some experience there┤s nothing easier than flash stock ROM. Or do it thrice a day if you feel like that
Device: Moto G German retail
ROM: Stock 176.44.1
Workflow: 1. read - 2. think - 3. try - 4. goto 1
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