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22nd May 2014, 01:09 AM |#11  
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Thank you for uploading these files. After I bricked my 926 before reading the forums I foolishly tried to restore back to 4.1.2. So I want to install this recovery from ap fastboot. I tried to use matts utility and copied your file to matts folder then renamed the recovery image, but that did not work. Any ideals?
 
 
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If you tried to FXZ back on a locked phone, you're stuck for a while.
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22nd May 2014, 03:13 AM |#13  
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If you tried to FXZ back on a locked phone, you're stuck for a while.

Okay, oh well. The phones ear speaker went out from medal shavings and welding splatter melted some of the screen so I "lost it" and used Asurian insurance to replace it anyway, but the replacement is horribly slow. Like using a computer from 1999! A while back I accidentally dropped my unlocked xt926 and had Asurian replace it and the same thing. The replacement was so slow that I sent it back and was willing to pay Motorola $160 to fix my cracked screen. They kept that unlocked phone and sent me a brand new xt926 which is now the one with the broken ear speaker and bricked to boot! I'm over the razr....Moto X here I come! Thanks all
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