2) I formatted the drive using rufus. The most important part is to set the label field to WINPE or the script will not work. See rufus settings. Partition settings and target system type ->GPT partition scheme for UEFI File System. You must to UnRAR (extract the RAR archive) that file in folder C: Drivers.
Pre-requisites: a) Download and install Motorola Drivers: b) Download and extract the stock firmware of your choosing from: Looks like this link is now broken:'-( The firmwares with '_umtsds' in the file name are for the 'dual-sim' versions of the Moto G, it's probably not a good idea to flash these onto single sim phones, or vice-versa. Edit: More firmwares for international retail and carrier devices can be found here: Edit: The firmware files have been updated most of the firmware archives are now in.tar.gz archives which include Motorola fastboot and flashing scripts for OSX, Linux and Windows. On windows the.tar.gz archives need to be opened and extracted using a 3rd party archive manager. E.g., or, Windows cannot extract these files natively, Linux and OSX can. I used the retail British firmware (fastboot_falcon_retgb_user_4.3_14.10.0Q3.X-76-LGG-8_54_release-keys-cid7-Retail_GB.tar.gz), extracted to c: c) If the firmware file you downloaded is a.xml.zip file then download Motorola Fastboot (attached to this post) and extract the.exe into the same folder as the stock firmware files (the same folder as the.bin and.img files). If your firmware is a.tar.gz file then skip this step.
D) Get ADB (if you don't already have this, I suggest downloading and installing by shimp208: Disclaimer: Follow these instructions at your own risk. If something goes wrong don't blame me! I have only tested this on a UK Retail Moto G with an unlocked bootloader, however as these are the original stock signed image files from Motorola it should work on all devices. See notes at the bottom of this post for downgrading from 4.4.2 to 4.3. Edit: reports that he was able to use this guide to restore Stock Retail British firmware on a bootloader locked Tesco-mobile Moto G Steps to restore stock firmware: 1) Reboot the phone into bootloader mode. There are 2 ways to do this. I) The 'hardware' way.
A) Unplug the USB cable and power off the phone. B) Press and hold 'Volume down' then power on the phone. C) Connect USB cable to your computer.II) The 'software' way. A) Enable developer mode on the Moto G (Settings->'About Phone'.
Tap 7 times on 'Build Number') b) Enable USB debugging. (Settings ->'Developer options' ->'USB Debugging' ->check) c) Connect phone to computer via USB, you should see a new ADB device detected and drivers installed. D) Open 'Minimal ADB and Fastboot'. Code: mfastboot flash partition gpt.bin mfastboot flash motoboot motoboot.img mfastboot flash logo logo.bin mfastboot flash boot boot.img mfastboot flash recovery recovery.img mfastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk1 mfastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk2 mfastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk3 mfastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin mfastboot erase modemst1 mfastboot erase modemst2 mfastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn mfastboot erase cache mfastboot erase userdata mfastboot reboot Downgrading: The 1st command 'mfastboot flash partition gpt.bin' will fail on 4.4.2 to 4.3 downgrade.
Skip this command if you are downgrading and continue with the other commands, which should work. 4) Wait, you should now be rebooted into a fully stock Moto G firmware.
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