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[Q] Dev Edition Maxx - how to get root access / possible Stock Recovery problem?

8th January 2014, 02:43 PM |#11  
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Sir..Friend..if you ever have time..would/could you work up a document (in detail) what it took to Root your XT1080M DE..I will most likely purchase the DE soon..I have two XT1080M Public..but SO much desire the DE also..

I'm no dev, or expert..and have worked with adb some..but I'd probably be lost without a step by step instructions..from start to finish..

If you do not have the time..do you know someone that will.?
This document would help so many..If I knew the procedure, I would work up a .docx ..

I do have instruction and zip ( a kit ) that I worked up for "RockMyMoto" that I have shared with many, and seems to be very effective..and saves alot of time of explanation in the threads..I just post a link..and lots less time keyboard instructions to everyone interested..Thought It'd be great to do something like that for the issue at hand here..

Thanks..

sent by my 4.2.2_12.15.15
RockMyMoto Root..SafeStrap v3.65
XT1080M (aka) Droid Maxx
(device #1)

Please donate to: jcase & Hashcode (if you can)

Not much to write up about rooting the Dev Edition. Find the TWRP recovery image in the moto X forums. Fastboot flash it (Fastboot flash recovery <filename>.img) reboot to the bootloader (Fastboot reboot-bootloader) choose recovery, reboot system, swipe to install root, AND.... you're done
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24th February 2014, 06:32 AM |#12  
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Edit: SORRY..my post was out of context..
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