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Motorola Moto 360 Super Tool
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WARNING USE THIS TOOL AT YOUR OWN RISK. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OR BRICKED DEVICES.
That Being said I have tested this on my device many times without any problems
Download the Super Tool HERE

Motorola Moto 360 Super Tool Options
1. Install adb and fastboot drivers from motorola and test them
2. unlock the bootloader of the watch
3. relock the bootloader of the watch
4. flash stock wear recovery image
5. flash stock wear boot image
6. restore your Moto 360 to stock KGW42N official
7. Root the Moto 360
8. flash TWRP recovery
9. boot to TWRP recovery from bootloader mode

VIDEO ON USING THIS TOOL
http://youtu.be/FMrywAnwqZ0
Latest Super Tool Version 5
CHANGE LOG

Version 1
based on KGW42N Firmware
Version 2
based on KGW42R Firmware
CLeaned up batch file script
Version 2.1
Added TWRP recovery
Added Lollipop Root with TWRP recovery and supersu.zip
Added boot to TWRP from Bootloader and removed boot to stock recovery from bootloader
Version 3
Based on LWX48T Firmware Lollipop android 5.0.1
Version 4
Based on LWX49L Firmware Lollipop android 5.0.2
Version 5
Based on LDZ22O Firmware Lollipop android 5.1.1


Requirements to use this Motorola Moto 360 Super tool
USB interface cable. if you need one watch this video on how to make it
Download the Super Tool HERE at RootJunkysdl.com
Know how to remove the watch band. check this VIDEO
May have a Video coming on how to use this tool soon
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7th October 2014, 11:38 AM |#2  
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i downloaded version 2 and again it cannot send the boot.img

i tried to flash stock firmware and on the sending 'motoboot' it says FAILED data transfer failure (too many links)

The only thing i can do is lock and unlock the bootloader.
7th October 2014, 12:23 PM |#3  
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i downloaded version 2 and again it cannot send the boot.img

i tried to flash stock firmware and on the sending 'motoboot' it says FAILED data transfer failure (too many links)

It sounds like you didn't unlock your bootloader yet. That or your fastboot drivers are not installed. Run the driver test in the tool
7th October 2014, 01:22 PM |#4  
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The only thing i can do is lock and unlock my bootloader. Its weird because i follow all your steps
7th October 2014, 04:38 PM |#5  
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The only thing i can do is lock and unlock my bootloader. Its weird because i follow all your steps

I have a idea to clean up any problems you might be having. In my tool folder there is a program called rsdlite install it and then connect the device in bootloader / fastboot mode. Then it will show up in rsd lite. next select the XML file in the folder and flash the watch to factory. See if this fixes the problems
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I have a idea to clean up any problems you might be having. In my tool folder there is a program called rsdlite install it and then connect the device in bootloader / fastboot mode. Then it will show up in rsd lite. next select the XML file in the folder and flash the watch to factory. See if this fixes the problems

Thanks my friend. When I will go home I will try it and report back.
8th October 2014, 08:51 AM |#8  
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Good luck hopefully you have used rsd lite before.

I tried it but again it doesnt pass the first step. If you come with another idea please tell me.
11th October 2014, 12:50 PM |#9  
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Unfortunately, My comp doesnt reconize the watch. It just comes up with unreconized device. I have tried 2 diff cables, 3 diff comps, uninstalled, reinstalled drivers multiple times. ANY ideas what could be the issue??
11th October 2014, 04:24 PM |#10  
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Unfortunately, My comp doesnt reconize the watch. It just comes up with unreconized device. I have tried 2 diff cables, 3 diff comps, uninstalled, reinstalled drivers multiple times. ANY ideas what could be the issue??

manually install the motorola adb and fastboot drivers in device manager on the computer. the computer will say that they arent compatible but they will work.
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manually install the motorola adb and fastboot drivers in device manager on the computer. the computer will say that they arent compatible but they will work.

Well, where are the drivers????? I have the packages in the download, but there are no seperate drives. Thanks for the reply
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