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By thusithagh, Junior Member on 10th June 2014, 01:56 PM
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Hi,

We have a MC40N0 device which is not booting up. It just goes to the Motorola logo and stays forever.

Last action which was done with it turning it off. So there's a chance that any other option on power off menu got tapped. (Power off, Reset, Battery replace etc.)

Could you know any way we could make it work again?

Thanks.

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23rd September 2016, 05:09 AM |#2  
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Maybe i'm a little late?
Hey, if you still have recovery mode (power off device, hold lower left side soft key while powering back on till you see the android icon) see is there is a .zip file there (mine was called gb_factory_reset.zip, yours may be different, also its about 80mb) then click on apply update from SD, choose the .zip file I just mentioned and bob's your uncle.. Hope this helps, if you need the zip file, I can send you a link to my personal cloud, as I don't know where the actual source is for it online?

Good luck!
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1st November 2016, 06:17 AM |#3  
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help. I could really use the gb_factory_reset.zip
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Hey, if you still have recovery mode (power off device, hold lower left side soft key while powering back on till you see the android icon) see is there is a .zip file there (mine was called gb_factory_reset.zip, yours may be different, also its about 80mb) then click on apply update from SD, choose the .zip file I just mentioned and bob's your uncle.. Hope this helps, if you need the zip file, I can send you a link to my personal cloud, as I don't know where the actual source is for it online?

Good luck!


I could really use the gb_factory_reset.zip file you mentioned . any help would be greatly appreciated.
thank you
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3rd November 2016, 12:15 PM |#4  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bailey239

Hey, if you still have recovery mode (power off device, hold lower left side soft key while powering back on till you see the android icon) see is there is a .zip file there (mine was called gb_factory_reset.zip, yours may be different, also its about 80mb) then click on apply update from SD, choose the .zip file I just mentioned and bob's your uncle.. Hope this helps, if you need the zip file, I can send you a link to my personal cloud, as I don't know where the actual source is for it online?

Good luck!

Hello - I've been close to chucking mine into the trash for two months, now! bootloop.
Can you please send this zip to me, also? I love my unit too much..really needing this functional, again. Thank you very much.

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3rd November 2016, 04:21 PM |#5  
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I guess I don't have enough posts here to post outside links so I sent them through an anonymous email service. Let me know if you didn't receive them and I'll try another service.

Good luck!
4th November 2016, 01:07 AM |#6  
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Let me know if you got it or not so I can resend it if needed..
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5th November 2016, 01:30 PM |#7  
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Same here
I am in the same situation here. It would be of much help if i could get that gb_factory_reset.zip from you
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10th November 2016, 01:16 AM |#8  
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@OHNONONO @lrembert , if this worked for you, would you mind posting back here and letting others know your success or failure? It helps the community more then you know. Thank you..
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Mc40n0 reset file
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Originally Posted by bailey239

Hey, if you still have recovery mode (power off device, hold lower left side soft key while powering back on till you see the android icon) see is there is a .zip file there (mine was called gb_factory_reset.zip, yours may be different, also its about 80mb) then click on apply update from SD, choose the .zip file I just mentioned and bob's your uncle.. Hope this helps, if you need the zip file, I can send you a link to my personal cloud, as I don't know where the actual source is for it online?

Good luck!

Im in the same situation can you please email me a link of the factory reset zip file. Thank you . hyperchips@gmail.com
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