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To answer the question, no. It's not possible to extract firmware without having an unlocked, rooted Moto G. To help with your original problem, see this thread on xda-developers forum (assuming you are talking about the original 2013 Moto G, and not the newer 2014 model.) It has step-by-step instructions for flashing stock firmware onto Moto G. It links ...


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I had a similar problem with my OnePlus. This helped: Go to “Settings” Select “Apps” Swipe left until you in the ‘All’ column Click on the 3 dots in top right Select “Reset app preferences” Reboot phone Reselect preferred launcher via http://blog.forret.com/2015/06/getting-rid-of-google-play-services-has-stopped-on-oneplus/


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On most phones, /storage/emulated/legacy, /storage/sdcard0, /sdcard points to the internal memory rather than the external SD card (but if you want to be completely sure, open up a Terminal Emulator and type the mount command with no arguments). Titanium Backup does allow changing the backup path though. Open the app → press the Menu button and ...


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A softbrick usually renders the user unable to boot into Android OS successfully and satisfactorily, and most of the time you can boot into a custom Recovery (you would be having it if you mentioned Xposed) and then use the ADB commands to restore the backup from there. ADB backup method isn't useful in case of Xposed Framework since ADB doesn't make any ...


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That is the way nandroid works. Its NOT some bug. Yes, it does include /data partition but your data is stored in /data/media/0 which it skips during backup as this would lead it to backup everything inside internal memory increasing backup size significantly. In other simple words, nandroid backup's /data option includes only apps and their data, not your ...



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