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I was just commenting on another similar question. Is your phone rooted? You can try this post's solutions to see if one of the methods work. I believe you can flash a custom recovery via fastboot in case it's not present. Eg. - fastboot flash recovery <<recovery-name.img>> fastboot reboot-bootloader Then use volume keys to select recovery, ...


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Worked for me. After first boot mobile data was not working (but phone was working). After a second reboot also mobile data working. Moto G falcon Android 4.4.4


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Because that way (superboot) is old and doesn't work on the current software releases, TBH I am surprised it still boots at all after that, probably because you just just manually booted it and didn't flash it. I will assume this is the Titan (non-LTE) version. The proper way to do this if you are unlocked is simple... Download the latest TWRP for your ...


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I had the same problem described by 'pepuch' on my HTC Desire S. I tried different drivers on relatively new computers running Windows 8 and Windows 10. In the end I found a link suggesting that I should try the (same) procedure on an older (desktop) computer which I did and the computer managed to detect my Desire S in fastboot USB mode and I managed to ...


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I ended up taking the risk after all other "fix GPS" methods failed and I can report that it was successful and to my knowledge had no side effects, like the ones reported with other devices.



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