Originally Posted by mikereidis
Really ?? Can you or anyone clue me in to which downloads have a Linux version ? Thanks !
Oh, I've known that since the 80's, along with obscure experience with real ASR33 110 baud TTYs with punch and reader in my basement. Then there were "television TTYs" with 24 lines and 40 columns or less, LOL.
I'm just griping that the clock isn't automatically set. AFAIK some phones went cheap and can't set it automatically, while others do. (?)
Anyway, even decades old PCs have BIOSes that start in the 80's or 90's or 00's, instead of the 70's. Just seems ridiculous to have to scroll through 3+ decades when setting time.
I think it's the 4.3 version (UK retail I used) from sbf-droid that has the moto fastboot. Its just called 'fastboot' though. Worked fine for me flashing stock 4.3 and 4.4.2.
4.4.2 version from.sbf-droid doesn't have it included.
Also one of the official moto x stock downloads from Motorola site has a Linux version.
If you can't find it let me know and I will attach to this thread when I get home.
1970 - fair enough I see your point. I work with IBM pSeries AIX servers and if you remove power AND the internal clock battery dies they revert to 1970 on boot up as well - and they cost tens of thousands of pounds/dollars.