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Hey guys.

I just installed the German OTA 4.4.2, on my Retail.GB Moto G, but now i have no recovey.
All i get is the Android guy on it's back with "No Command" written under him.

I've tried to install CWM 6.0.4.5 AND TWRP 2.6.3.0 with no luck...


Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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I guess download stock ROM and flash stock recovery via fastboot. If it fails then reflash entire stock image, ie ROM, recovery etc.

Twrp cwm still flaky on kitkat I think.

Should have waited for GB update
 
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Hey guys.

I just installed the German OTA 4.4.2, on my Retail.GB Moto G, but now i have no recovey.
All i get is the Android guy on it's back with "No Command" written under him.

I've tried to install CWM 6.0.4.5 AND TWRP 2.6.3.0 with no luck...


Any help would be greatly appreciated.
While on that "no command" screen, hold volume up and power for 2 seconds and release and you should see recovery menu. Some report to use triple hold - volume up + down + power.
Device: Moto G XT1032 bought from Amazon.de
Current ROM: GPE 4.4.4
Previous ROMs: almost every stock firmware for XT1032 you can think of
Workflow: 1. read - 2. think - 3. try - 4. goto 1

Useful info: How to restore stock firmware
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2542219
When flashing OTA updates of stock firmwares:
1. root is not an obstacle 2. XPosed is not an obstacle 3. use stock recovery or Philz recovery only
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While on that "no command" screen, hold volume up and power for 2 seconds and release and you should see recovery menu. Some report to use triple hold - volume up + down + power.
Worked like a charm! Thanks
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