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By twist3d0n3, Senior Member on 20th February 2014, 01:43 PM
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hi chaps,

i've got a bootloader-unlocked, rooted, stock GPE edition moto g (xt1032). how do i go about getting it back to stock in order to get the OTA? do i have to relock the bootloader?

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follow this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2542219

when the new update starts to roll out to the UK moto g I think I will restore mine to stock as well
21st February 2014, 12:26 PM |#3  
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follow this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2542219

when the new update starts to roll out to the UK moto g I think I will restore mine to stock as well

i know how to flash the factory GPE image but it's more what state i need the phone in to be able to receive the update, poorly worded OP really

thanks tho
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i know how to flash the factory GPE image but it's more what state i need the phone in to be able to receive the update, poorly worded OP really

thanks tho

You need stock kernel, stock recovery and absolutely no changes in /system partition including root.
Oh, just to be precise - you can actually receive an update if you´re not fully stock but you won´t be able to apply it.

Edit: Philz recovery and root can be actually in place, tested that today.
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You need stock kernel, stock recovery and absolutely no changes in /system partition including root.
Oh, just to be precise - you can actually receive an update if you´re not fully stock but you won´t be able to apply it.

lovely stuff, thanks.

do i need to relock the bootloader too?
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Hi guys, what update are you talking about?

Is there any update coming to our little monster?
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lovely stuff, thanks.

do i need to relock the bootloader too?

Nope.

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Hi guys, what update are you talking about?

Is there any update coming to our little monster?

XT1032 is getting OTA update which fixes OTG USB storage and patches radio. It is out for DE and US version already, other like UK, EU will get them soon.
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XT1032 is getting OTA update which fixes OTG USB storage and patches radio. It is out for DE and US version already, other like UK, EU will get them soon.

Thanks my friend! I have the UK version so I am waiting
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