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Download the factory image for your device here: https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images Follow the instructions at the top of the page to flash. Note that the WIFI and Mobile versions have different images. Make sure to use flash-all otherwise the bootloader and radio will remain the same and the images won't flash. Another option if you want ...
I solved it by doing a firmware upgrade with phoenix flash tool. I also figured out that there is a lot of fake firmware that do not work. they are just empty .img files.
So i figured out that the phone was locked and nothing else! Got the unlock code from the Motorola website (Which wasn't working earlier) and unlocked the phone via mfastboot , then reloaded the stock firmware and the phone is good as new! Unlock Code:3
I was a bit wrong, it appeared that i had no system and no bootloader (through which I used to launch recovery). I held both volume buttons and sticked usb cable during this - and it helped.
Yes, booting the device is very expensive in terms of power consumption. Many reads from the storage and lots of computation needs to be done when booting the device so that you need considerable off time to justify turning it off. Android's power conservation features (deep sleep, dozing etc) allow you to keep your phone turned on all the time and still ...
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