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Ok before i start, i would like to tell you that i had previous experiences with roms and whatnot on my Atrix 4g. Ok here's my problem: I recently unlocked my bootloader and flashed cwm recovery on my XT1032 Moto G. I saw that cyanogenmod 11 came out for it. I made a backup and flashed it , Factory/data reset and cleared cache. My phone is now in a boot loop. I am about to restore it now, but you see i hate stock roms. Any help?
 
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Ok before i start, i would like to tell you that i had previous experiences with roms and whatnot on my Atrix 4g. Ok here's my problem: I recently unlocked my bootloader and flashed cwm recovery on my XT1032 Moto G. I saw that cyanogenmod 11 came out for it. I made a backup and flashed it , Factory/data reset and cleared cache. My phone is now in a boot loop. I am about to restore it now, but you see i hate stock roms. Any help?
Heres a tip: wipe cache and system partitions.

 


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Heres a tip: wipe cache and system partitions.
Yea i've tried that. No luck. It still goes into a Bootloop.
 
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Yea i've tried that. No luck. It still goes into a Bootloop.
Thats strange. Did you tried TWRP? I consider it far superior as a recovery.

 


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Thats strange. Did you tried TWRP? I consider it far superior as a recovery.
Yes i have considered that. I have flashed it but it was really hard to use,probably bugs. In the end, after frustratingly touching my phone, still goes into a bootloop D:
 
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Yes i have considered that. I have flashed it but it was really hard to use,probably bugs. In the end, after frustratingly touching my phone, still goes into a bootloop D:
It seems you will have to conform with stock by now. But use stock rooted, and Xposed, and you should have a lot of customization that way.
Also, are you using JB or KK bootloader?

 


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It seems you will have to conform with stock by now. But use stock rooted, and Xposed, and you should have a lot of customization that way.
is there a way that i can get it back to original state? I want to reflash everything and start over fresh. Maybe that my help?
 
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is there a way that i can get it back to original state? I want to reflash everything and start over fresh. Maybe that my help?
Here's a nice guide
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=47820707
I recommend you the retail US 4.4.2 firmware.

 


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Were you on 4.4.2 or 4.3 before you flashed CM?

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Were you on 4.4.2 or 4.3 before you flashed CM?

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what this guy said, you should make sure you go from 4.4.2 to cyanogenmod 11 otherwise you will get no joy. put your phone in recovery, flash 4.4.2, you will find a build in the threads, and then install cyanogen , should work like a charm
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