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By Somcom3X, Inactive Recognized Developer on 24th August 2014, 12:35 AM
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This has not been tested on L.
I won't be able to bring it up to speed until I have some down time.


I present to you, the Motorola Moto G 4G (peregrine) toolkit.
Since I do not like cluttered threads with silly images everywhere, here you are:

Features of this toolkit (currently):

Root
Rom flashing
Recovery installation
Unlock bootloader
Lock bootloader
Flash stock boot logo

To start the toolkit:
1)Extract the folder,

2) Linux/ OS X users execute the .sh file through terminal by ./EasyRecovery,sh

Windows users double click the .bat file to launch the prompt (EasyRecovery.bat)

3) Plug in your phone via usb cable and make sure it is booted up with usb debugging on.

4) Explore.


Downloads found under faq in post 2

XDA:DevDB Information
Moto G 4G EasyRecovery Toolkit, Tool/Utility for the Moto G

Contributors
Somcom3X
Source Code: https://github.com/somcom3x/PeregrineEasyRecovery


Version Information
Status: Alpha
Current Beta Version: v1.1
Beta Release Date: 2014-08-23

Created 2014-08-24
Last Updated 2014-11-20
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24th August 2014, 12:35 AM |#2  
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FAQ:

Q: You broke my phone!
A: It's noob proof, how could I have possibly broken your phone?

Q: <insert complaint here>
A: Ah. I forgot I was not being paid to be here.

Q: My device isn't detected!!!
A: Do you have usb debugging enabled and/or did you try another usb port/computer?

Q: <insert feature request here>
A: I'll look into it being added if it is worthwhile

Q: Can you update <so and so>?
A: Whenever I have any free time.

Q: The file keeps saying its compressed, what do I do?!?!
A: Extract it via 7zip or winrar

Downloads:

https://github.com/somcom3x/Peregrin...very/releases/
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Changelog:

More to come.
v1.3.2
Removed superuser.

v1.3.1
Fixed linux code order
Fixed issue in windows batch shell
Twrp 2.8 with no throttle.

v1.3
Rom flash support
Rewrote root support

v1.2
Fix order of bootlogo flashing
Add mfastboot support (currently unused)

v1.1
Bootloader lock/relock
flash boot logo @Darkshado
twrp recovery

v1.0
Initial release
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Awesome stuff, glad to see the peregrine section getting some love. Tested out your toolkit and everything's works perfect.
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Hello Somcom3X,

What do you mean by "lock/unlock bootloader" ?
Can we unlock it without the code provided by Motorola ?
Can we relock it, as it was never unlocked (to use warranty) ?
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Hello Somcom3X,

What do you mean by "lock/unlock bootloader" ?
Can we unlock it without the code provided by Motorola ?
Can we relock it, as it was never unlocked (to use warranty) ?

The code is still required but it is automated once entered.
I'm not sure what locking the bootloader does for warranty once you unlock, you can try.
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I'm sure when you request code from Motorola it probably flags the serial number in their system

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Originally Posted by kwkbnk

I'm sure when you request code from Motorola it probably flags the serial number in their system

Sent from my Moto G 4G

Some people treat it as "technically" requesting an unlock code but not using it.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Somcom3X

The code is still required but it is automated once entered.
I'm not sure what locking the bootloader does for warranty once you unlock, you can try.


OK thanks, I hope not to have to try, but this may be handy.


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Originally Posted by kwkbnk

I'm sure when you request code from Motorola it probably flags the serial number in their system

Sent from my Moto G 4G

My thought also, but requesting the number and unlocking the bootloader is two different things.
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From Motorola...

"You have only yourself to blame.*Once you get the unlock code, your device is no longer covered by the Motorola warranty; in other words, please don't blame us if things go wrong, even if they appear unrelated to unlocking the bootloader."

Sounds like just requesting the code voids your warranty.

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I'm not sure it is legal, at least in France.
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