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[Q] How to uninstall CWM in Moto G??

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By joaocesar91, Junior Member on 14th June 2014, 01:02 AM
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Hello brothers. The new android update (4.4.3) is avaliable in my moto g. I've downloaded it, but when reboot for install, it crash because of the cwm.
How i can uninstall it?
 
 
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Hello brothers. The new android update (4.4.3) is avaliable in my moto g. I've downloaded it, but when reboot for install, it crash because of the cwm.
How i can uninstall it?

Flash the original recovery.img. The Moto AIO tool can do this easily for you.

I didn't have an issue updating, even though I'm rooted.
14th June 2014, 01:21 AM |#3  
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Flash the original recovery.img. The Moto AIO tool can do this easily for you.

I didn't have an issue updating, even though I'm rooted.

there are some tutorial for do it?
14th June 2014, 02:05 AM |#4  
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I recommend you downloading MotoGuide, there you can flash stock recovery, CWM, and TWRP. After flashing stock recovery, you should be fine.
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Flash the original recovery.img. The Moto AIO tool can do this easily for you.

I didn't have an issue updating, even though I'm rooted.

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I recommend you downloading MotoGuide, there you can flash stock recovery, CWM, and TWRP. After flashing stock recovery, you should be fine.

there are some tutorial for do it? >.<
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there are some tutorial for do it?

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9M...it?usp=sharing
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