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lost101

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Disclaimer: I am not responsible for anything that happens as a result of flashing these files. Your destiny is your own.


Moto E (1st Gen) Factory Firmware Images

- Provided by Firmware TEAM -

Please report broken links. New Mirrors welcome!


WARNING: Flashing a Firmware Image is not a safe way to downgrade. Avoid flashing 'motoboot.img.'


How to flash:


XT1019 (CDMA)

XT1021

[4.4.2]

Retail US - RETUGLB_XT1021_4.4.2_KXC20.82-15_cid9 - Available on Request
O2 UK - Moto_E_O2-GB_CONDOR_KXC20.82-14_cid7 - Available on Request

[4.4.3]
Retail US - RETUGLB_XT1021_4.4.3_KXC21.5-34_cid9 - Available on Request

[4.4.4]
Retail US - RETUGLB_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-53_cid9
Cricket US - CRICKET_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-51_cid16
Retail EU - RETEUALL_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid7
Retail EU (SIM-Locked) - SL-RETEUALL_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid7 - Available on Request
Retail Spain - RETESALL_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid7 - Available on Request
Vodafone Europe - VFEU_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid7 - Available on Request
Orange Europe - ORAEU_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid7 - Available on Request
Retail UK - RETGB_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid7
Tesco UK - TESCOGB_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid7
O2 UK - O2GB_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid7 - Available on Request
Retail Germany - RETDEALL_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid7
Retail Latin America - RETLA_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid12
Telefonica Latin America - TEFLA_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid12 - Available on Request
Retail Brazil - RETBR_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid12 - Available on Request
Nextel Brazil - NIIBR_XT1021_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid12 - Available on Request

[5.1]
Retail US - XT1021_CONDOR_RETUGLB_5.1_LPC23.13-34.5_cid9
Retail US - XT1021_CONDOR_RETUGLB_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid9
Retail US - XT1021_CONDOR_RETUGLB_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid9 (Newer Build)
Cricket US - XT1021_CONDOR_CRICKET_5.1_LPC23.13-34.10_cid16
Cricket US - XT1021_CONDOR_CRICKET_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.10-2_cid16 (Newer Build)
Retail UK - XT1021_CONDOR_RETGB_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid7
Retail UK - XT1021_CONDOR_RETGB_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid7 (Newer Build)
O2 UK - XT1021_CONDOR_O2GB_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid7
O2 UK - XT1021_CONDOR_O2GB_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid7 (Newer Build)
Tesco UK - XT1021_CONDOR_TESCOGB_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid7
Tesco UK - XT1021_CONDOR_TESCOGB_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid7 (Newer Build)
Retail EU - XT1021_CONDOR_RETEU_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid7
Vodafone Europe - XT1021_CONDOR_VFEU_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid7
Orange EU - XT1021_CONDOR_ORAEU_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid
Retail Germany - XT1021_CONDOR_RETDE_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid7
Retail Germany - XT1021_CONDOR_RETDE_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid7 (Newer Build)
Retail Spain - XT1021_CONDOR_RETES_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid7
Retail Spain - XT1021_CONDOR_RETES_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid7 (Newer Build)
Retail Brazil - XT1021_CONDOR_RETBR_5.1_LPC23.13-34.2_cid12
Retail Brazil - XT1021_CONDOR_RETBR_5.1_LPC23.13-34.5_cid12
Retail Brazil - XT1021_CONDOR_RETBR_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Retail Brazil - XT1021_CONDOR_RETBR_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid12 (Newer Build)
Nextel Brazil - XT1021_CONDOR_NIIBR_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Retail Latin America - XT1021_CONDOR_RETLA_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Retail Latin America - XT1021_CONDOR_RETLA_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid12
Retail Latin America - XT1021_CONDOR_RETLA_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8.7_cid12 (Newer Build)
Telefonica Latin America - XT1021_CONDOR_TEFLA_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Telefonica Latin America - XT1021_CONDOR_TEFLA_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid12 (Newer Build)​

XT1022 (Dual-Sim)

[4.4.2]
Retail Dual-SIM (Asia / World) - RETAIL-DSDS_CONDOR_KXC20.82-14_cid7 - Available on Request

[4.4.4]
Retail Dual-SIM (Asia / World) - RETAILDSDSALL_XT1022_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid7
Retail Brazil - RETBR_XT1022_4.4.4_KXC21.5-51_cid12 - Available on Request
Nextel Brazil - NIIBR_XT1022_4.4.4_KXC21.5-44_cid12 - Available on Request
Retail Latin America - RETLA_XT1022_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid12

[5.1]
Retail Asia | India | World - XT1022_CONDOR_RETAILDSDS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.2_cid7
Retail Asia | India | World - XT1022_CONDOR_RETAILDSDS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid7
Retail Asia | India | World - XT1022_CONDOR_RETAILDSDS_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid7 (Newer Build)
Retail Brazil - XT1022_CONDOR_RETBR_DS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.2_cid12
Retail Brazil - XT1022_CONDOR_RETBR_DS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.5_cid12
Retail Brazil - XT1022_CONDOR_RETBR_DS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Retail Brazil - XT1022_CONDOR_RETBR_DS_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid12 (Newer Build)
Nextel Brazil - XT1022_CONDOR_NIIBR_DS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Retail Latin America - XT1022_CONDOR_RETLA_DS_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid12

XT1023 (AWS)

[4.4.2]
Retail US - RETUAWS_XT1023_4.4.2_KXC20.82-15_cid9 - Available on Request

[4.4.3]
Retail US - RETUAWS_XT1023_4.4.3_KXC21.5-34_cid9 - Available on Request
Retail Canada - RETCA_XT1023_4.4.3_KXC21.5-34_cid14 - Available on Request

[4.4.4]

[5.1]
Retail US - XT1023_CONDOR_RETUAWS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.5_cid9
Retail US - XT1023_CONDOR_RETUAWS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid9
Retail US - XT1023_CONDOR_RETUAWS_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid9 (Newer Build)
Retail Canada - XT1023_CONDOR_RETCA_5.1_LPC23.13-34.10_cid14
Retail Canada - XT1023_CONDOR_RETCA_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.10-2_cid14 (Newer Build)
Retail Mexico - XT1023_CONDOR_RETMX_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Retail Mexico - XT1023_CONDOR_RETMX_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid12 (Newer Build)
Nextel Mexico - XT1023_CONDOR_NIIMX_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Nextel Mexico - XT1023_CONDOR_NIIMX_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid12 (Newer Build)
Nextel Chile - XT1023_CONDOR_NIICL_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Nextel Chile - XT1023_CONDOR_NIICL_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid12 (Newer Build)​

XT1025 (Dual-SIM | TV)

[4.4.2]
Retail Brazil - RETAIL-BR-TV-DS_CONDOR_KXC20.82-13_cid12 - Available on Request

[4.4.4]
Retail Brazil - RETBR_XT1025_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid12 - Available on Request
Retail Latin America - RETLA_XT1025_4.4.4_KXC21.5-40_cid12 - Available on Request

[5.1]
Retail Brazil - XT1025_CONDOR_RETBR_TV_DS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.2_cid12
Retail Brazil - XT1025_CONDOR_RETBR_TV_DS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.5_cid12
Retail Brazil - XT1025_CONDOR_RETBR_TV_DS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Retail Brazil - XT1025_CONDOR_RETBR_TV_DS_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid12 (Newer Build)
Retail Latin America - XT1025_CONDOR_RETLA_TV_DS_5.1_LPC23.13-34.8_cid12
Retail Latin America - XT1025_CONDOR_RETLA_TV_DS_5.1_LPCS23.13-34.8-3_cid12 (Newer Build)​
XT830C (Straight Talk)
[4.4.4]


Frequently Asked Questions:
Can I restore Factory Firmware if my Bootloader is locked?
Yes. However attempting to downgrade to an older version of Android may fail. Even with an unlocked Bootloader, downgrading cannot be guaranteed. It's also important to be aware that flashing the wrong Bootloader (motoboot.img) for your model can have serious consequences. Always establish your model of Moto E before flashing.

After flashing Firmware Image files phone gets stuck during boot-up | will not load Android?
Refer to the guide. Check you are naming the files correctly, and make sure you are flashing all of the 'sparsechunk' files - not just those mentioned in the tutorial. The 'sparsechunk' commands listed there are not to be copied exactly, different firmware images have different files.

Downgrading and OTA Updates
If you downgrade, it is advised to avoid all OTA Updates. These updates can result in a hard-brick (phone will not turn on) if you have a newer Bootloader than the one expected. For example, you have the Lollipop Bootloader, but have downgraded to Android KitKat.

How to Disable OTA Updates?

(1) Without Root access

It may be possible to do this via:
Settings > Apps > [swipe left to 'All'] > MotorolaOTA (or something similarly named) > Disable​

(2) With Root access

Google Play Store has many apps that will allow you to 'freeze' the OTA Update service. Titanium Backup is a common example.

Alternatively, with a 'root access' file explorer, you can delete or rename the following files:
/system/etc/security/otacerts.zip
/system/priv-app/3c_ota/3c_ota.apk​

These additional files can be removed or renamed: (If you still get an OTA Update notification)
/system/priv-app/3c_checkin/3c_checkin.apk
/system/priv-app/3c_devicemanagement/3c_devicemanagement.apk
/system/priv-app/3c_notification/3c_notification.apk​


Firmware Image Requests:
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g33kparineeti

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http://sbf.droid-developers.org is maintained by Firmware Team. Please DO NOT send private messages regarding firmware. If a firmware you need is not available, you can try requesting it on their own forum at firmware-team.com or on droidevelopers.com

Can you please provide mirrors???
The link you provided doesn't provide download resuming and DL speeds are too low and always getting interrupted...:(
 

arnabJ

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Dec 18, 2012
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only Indian versions are dual Sim. it can be. since apart from Sim nothing else changes I believe.. but better to just wait.
Other regions too have dual sim variant n not only India.
Both XT1022 and XT1025

Sent from my XT1022 using Tapatalk

---------- Post added at 06:12 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:10 PM ----------

is this dual sim?? can be flashed on indian version xt1022?? whats different Cannada Retail??
Do not flash US firmwares.
You will have problem in receiving signals due to different modems.

Global Single Sim Firmware will work well but you will get only 1 sim to use.

Global and US firmwares are different.

Sent from my XT1022 using Tapatalk
 

Deadly

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Jul 19, 2012
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Bangalore
Other regions too have dual sim variant n not only India.
Both XT1022 and XT1025

Sent from my XT1022 using Tapatalk

---------- Post added at 06:12 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:10 PM ----------


Do not flash US firmwares.
You will have problem in receiving signals due to different modems.

Global Single Sim Firmware will work well but you will get only 1 sim to use.

Global and US firmwares are different.

Sent from my XT1022 using Tapatalk

I stand corrected. but isn't it only Indian and Brazilian "e" have dual Sim? saying other regions sounds like there are more than 1-2 region.
 

Hetalk

Senior Member
Sep 30, 2011
3,021
3,135
Ahmedabad
Background:
I've got a dual sim Indian variant of Moto E XT1022 and I use it it India.
Also, I'm using just 1 simcard as I've got another phone(the awesome gnexus) as my primary phone.
Question:
Just wondering, if it's safe to flash the us variant's 4.4.3 image.
I understand radio is different, but is there a way I can dump radio.img from my current 4.4.2 setup and then use it on 4.4.3?
Hope I make my question clear.
 

Deadly

Senior Member
Jul 19, 2012
10,286
3,899
Bangalore
Background:
I've got a dual sim Indian variant of Moto E XT1022 and I use it it India.
Also, I'm using just 1 simcard as I've got another phone(the awesome gnexus) as my primary phone.
Question:
Just wondering, if it's safe to flash the us variant's 4.4.3 image.
I understand radio is different, but is there a way I can dump radio.img from my current 4.4.2 setup and then use it on 4.4.3?
Hope I make my question clear.
I dont think there is any change between single sim gsm phone to dual sim variant except for sim number ofcourse. But i am not sure about network. it shouldnt cause any other issues. But i dont see the need though. i mean, 4.4.3 will eventually come to dual sim variant anyway. so, why take risk? you could try i think. but no one will be responsible except you if phone bricks.

If you have both single/dual variants firmware, try comparing both with beyond compare. you might find out if its safe or not to flash.
 

Hetalk

Senior Member
Sep 30, 2011
3,021
3,135
Ahmedabad
I dont think there is any change between single sim gsm phone to dual sim variant except for sim number ofcourse. But i am not sure about network. it shouldnt cause any other issues. But i dont see the need though. i mean, 4.4.3 will eventually come to dual sim variant anyway. so, why take risk? you could try i think. but no one will be responsible except you if phone bricks.

If you have both single/dual variants firmware, try comparing both with beyond compare. you might find out if its safe or not to flash.

I'm just wondering if anyone's tried this thing or if anyone can think of something that can go wrong if I do this.
I still am able to find out how to dump my radio. Doing a lot of search to find out how.:confused:
I'm sure I'll be the only one responsible if I brick my device. :good:
Thanks for your reply btw.
 

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