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For Samsung devices (unbranded ones) the answers are pretty simple: As long as the model is the same (exactly the same, even the characters after the numbers), the ROM is compatible. (Usually the bare models without any special characters after them have more international firmwares). Yes, it's enough if you flash an international/regional firmware on top ...
You can get out of this download mode by pressing and holding Power button for 10-20 seconds while its inside download mode. Alternatively, you can also simply pull out and reinsert battery and start your phone normally. Unless you are flashing a firmware or similar, this wont cause any harm to your phone.
the power should not be turned off during the Flashing.... if there is a progress bar ongoing you must not turn the power off otherwise simply hold the power button or remove the battery to restart... no problem
After all this was a simple bug in the cm12.1-20150623 nightly. It has been fixed in the cm12.1-20150629 nightly. For more information about this bug you look here: CM12.1 Nightly no Sim found. For all the people helped me so far, thanks for your support.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s4/i9505-develop/tool-antaresone-s-imei-backup-restore-t2975136 Maybe this will help. Didnt see it listed in the things that you have tried. Post 8 says the same thing you have tried, but maybe this is another method that might work for ya. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=57590333&postcount=8
If you have root access. Try apps like XPOSED Imei Changer Just open app and select Set Orignal if it doesnt show your orignal imei just type the imei you have written and tap apply.
As for your first question: no, wiping data from the recovery just wipes the content of the partitions, not the partitions themselves. So your device's disk will still be divided into /data, /system, /cache etc., but those partitions will be blank. As for your second question, yes, you will be able to restore the stock firmware, as long as you make a backup ...
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 ...
It depends and differs by the mobile manufactures. For Sony, Samsung and Motorola devices you can find in Settings > About phone > Build Number. If you have a Samsung device you can also check the version of firmware you currently have by dialing *#1234#. In HTC devices it will be under Settings > About Device > Software Information > ...
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