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So it looks this model has problem with emmc like it was with Galaxy S and Galaxy S+. Only difference is that i9000/i9001 has script to reformat emmc and we don't have anything like this and even if we have it couldn't be used by locked bootloader.
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Yep, seems like it. But with the galaxy line it can be avoided by upgrading the kernel. So maybe the stock kernel has somewhere a fault in it. Haven't researched this enough to know what it could be, but ITF has something to do with secure erase. Maybe with android 4.4 those issues will not rise again. And as far as I know it only happens on JB. Or I missed something.

I searched the internet (obviously) and came across this. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2581166 A bootable CWM recovery from external sdcard. Can it work u think? With the command switching devices in fastboot. I thought i read somewhere that the command in fastboot switching devices switches the boot points from internal to external. Maybe we can try something like that?

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Gentlemen,

My girlfriend's phone had exactly the same problem, the same error and the same messages on screen.
I spent hours on blogs and, when I was almost giving up, I found out a solution.

To tell you the truth, guys, I used the same procedure on my dead moto quench (cliq xt) five years ago... it seems stupid, but I've almost killed myself trying to do something to recover the fastboot which i thought was the reason... I was wrong...

So, here's what I did to solve it:

1 - First, have the motorola drivers and rsd lite 6.1.4 (or a higher version) installed;

2 - Download the version you need - sbf.droid-developers.org/phone.php?device=13 - sorry I cannot include the address here 'cause I didnt reach 10 messages on xda = P

3 - Unzip the file and edit the .xml file with notepad. It is the only .xml file on the folder;

4 - Remove the whole line which contain "getvar" word. (It must be the fourth or fifth line);

5 - Save and close the file;

6 - Now you can flash normally with rsd. IT WILL NOT STOP ON 8/12 STEP ANYMORE;


Please try it and post your comments;

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Already tried but there is no getvar in xml at all.
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Already tried but there is no getvar in xml at all.
I think you should try a different version. On the same blog I found this solution, some people say that they tried since from 4.04 version (the first retail) to the last 4.1.2). Some of them managed to fix on the third rom.

PS: don't forget to delete the "getvar" line.
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