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By sd_shadow, Recognized Contributor on 28th May 2016, 05:54 AM
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27th June 2016, 07:54 PM |#21  
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P. S i dint tell but i had tried to flash once in dec'15 wen something went wrong n my kernel crashed and i had to give to service center where he i gues installed new firmware so after dat i tried n it isnt happening so is there anything creepy over this point?

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28th June 2016, 02:16 PM |#22  
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I am waiting Multirom for moto g3
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29th June 2016, 04:14 AM |#23  
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Creepy in d sense did he installed something which disallowed to flash to twrp?
5th July 2016, 07:39 PM |#24  
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Hey guyz m done restored to factory firmware... Den twrpp... Done.. Installed beta superuser.... Done alll working goo
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25th July 2016, 08:59 AM |#25  
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Hello,

My home and right button suddenly don't work anymore. My notifications don't appear anymore and I can't adjust settings anymore from the drag-down menu. I have flashed BuglessBeast and stock to my device about two weeks ago. Yesterday these functions still worked. For anyone that has a solution: please tell me how to get these buttons working again without adb (on vacation right now, so can't mess with adb on my PC.)

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25th July 2016, 11:16 AM |#26  
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Hi! I need help in bringing my Moto G 2015 DS back to stock.
I have unlocked the bootloader, installed a TWRP and Installed CM13.
I have downloaded the required Firmware and adb-fastboot zip too.
I am having trouble with instructions mentioned here --> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=590
any help will be appreciated.
26th July 2016, 01:21 AM |#27  
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Hi! I need help in bringing my Moto G 2015 DS back to stock.
I have unlocked the bootloader, installed a TWRP and Installed CM13.
I have downloaded the required Firmware and adb-fastboot zip too.
I am having trouble with instructions mentioned here --> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=590
any help will be appreciated.

What isnt working? The only think that isn't spelled out is the specific command used to install the stock recovery image, but that is in the list of commands to flash the stock image... I will explain the linked instructions in greater detail

Factory data reset via Stock Recovery:
(1) Flash via fastboot stock recovery.img (found in firmware image zip)
- This means to turn off the phone and start the bootloader (steps #2 & #3), then in the same directory as fastboot and the unzipped stock image, enter "fastboot flash recovery recovery.img" and press enter, once it completes, continue with step #2
(2) Turn your phone off. (self-explanatory)
(3) Press and hold Volume DOWN + POWER. (self-explanatory)
(4) In bootloader menu press Volume down twice.
(5) Press power. You will see a dead android with a red exclamation mark.
(6) Press and hold Power and tap Volume UP once.
(7) Go to Wipe data / Factory reset using the Vol buttons and press power button.
(8) Scroll to Yes - delete all user data and press power.

And yes, this step is important, but it will only save time... forgetting it won't hard brick the device or anything, but it won't boot on the first flash... if you skip this step everything will flash and respond OK, but it won't boot. You then have to do a Factory Reset like is listed above (except step #1, because you did that as part of the flash), and flash the whole image again step by step. I tried doing it without it, wiping in the ROM and TWRP first, but it still failed and I had to do the factory reset in stock recovery, reflash, then it booted.
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26th July 2016, 01:36 AM |#28  
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What isnt working? .
(5) Press power. You will see a dead android with a red exclamation mark.
(6) Press and hold Power and tap Volume UP once..

This is where I was stuck. Got it now.
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26th July 2016, 04:49 AM |#29  
never mind...
28th July 2016, 02:58 AM |#30  
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I Have The Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen (XT1550) (2GB) And I'am On The 6.0.1 Stock ROM And Every Time I Flash TWRP And Then Try To ROOT The Phone From TWRP I Get Stucked At The Boot Logo And It Doesn't Start
28th July 2016, 05:29 AM |#31  
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I Have The Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen (XT1550) (2GB) And I'am On The 6.0.1 Stock ROM And Every Time I Flash TWRP And Then Try To ROOT The Phone From TWRP I Get Stucked At The Boot Logo And It Doesn't Start

Are you doing a manual systemless install of SuperSU?

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