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Originally Posted by deej_roamer View Post
For all Condor Owners if you wish to restore your Moto E back to stock then follow the guide, Ask any doubts in the comments!

DISCLAIMER:
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#include <std_disclaimer.h>
/*
* Your warranty is now void.
*
* I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
* thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
* do some research! YOU are choosing to follow this method to restore, and if
* you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
*/
Pre-Requisite:
Installed Motorola Drivers.

Instructions:
  1. Go to This link, and download the firmware for your model! If you are unsure which one is yours please see Appendix 1
  2. Download mfastboot-v2 and Extract it into the same folder
  3. Reboot the phone into Bootloader using VolumeDown+Power Button
    If you prefer an automatic one click process please go to step 5
  4. Shift+RightClick in empty space in the extracted folder and choose open a command window here.
    If you do not wish to lock bootloader skip 4.1 and 4.3
    4.1
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    mfastboot.exe oem lock begin
    4.2
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    mfastboot.exe flash partition gpt.bin
    mfastboot.exe flash motoboot motoboot.img
    mfastboot.exe flash logo logo.bin
    mfastboot.exe flash boot boot.img
    mfastboot.exe flash recovery recovery.img
    mfastboot.exe flash system system.img_sparsechunk.0
    mfastboot.exe flash system system.img_sparsechunk.1
    mfastboot.exe flash system system.img_sparsechunk.2
    mfastboot.exe flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
    mfastboot.exe erase modemst1 
    mfastboot.exe erase modemst2 
    mfastboot.exe flash fsg fsg.mbn
    mfastboot.exe erase cache 
    mfastboot.exe erase userdata
    4.3
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    mfastboot.exe oem lock
    4.4
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    mfastboot.exe reboot
    OR
  5. If you just did 4th step, You can skip this
    Download Restore.bat/Restore+lock.bat from Attachments, Extract it to the same folder and just run


And the phone is as good as new.
So now experiment all you want, flash different firmwares.

Appendix:
  1. How to choose Correct Firmware for your phone
     
    1. If you are unsure which one is your firmware, go to Settings>About Phone>System Version the text written there will be similar to the version you want to choose!
    2. If You cannot access your phone or have changed ROM, then please go to bootloader mode using step 2 and 3 from instructions, Open command window like in step 4. Enter
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      fastboot getvar ro.build.version.full
      . You will see the version to choose in output.
    3. Still cant find, then wait the list at droid-developers is still expanding, your firmware version will be soon up
  2. If you don't like the bootloader unlock logo then here is a method by @cschmitt originally posted here
     
    1. Download this file, copy it to your fastboot location
    2. Reboot to bootloader using Power+VolumeDown
    3. Do following command from command prompt
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      fastboot flash logo logo.bin
    4. Reboot and enjoy


If it helped, Hit thanks
I am getting this error:
mfastboot.exe flash partition gpt.bin
target max-sparse-size: 256MB
sending 'partition' (32 KB)...
OKAY [ 0.024s]
writing 'partition'...
(bootloader) Preflash validation failed
FAILED (remote failure)
finished. total time: 0.552s

I read the comments in this post and found that I need 4.4.4 Stock rom to fix this. So can you help me unbrick my device as I can't find stock 4.4.4 firmware on net.