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For most Android devices, there is a fastboot menu with and image of an open Android and some options. Accessing it usually involves turning on the phone while pressing one or both of the volume buttons. However, Samsung devices have it differently. Instead of using fastboot, you use Odin. (These instructions are for a galaxy tab 3, might vary by device.) ...


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Yeah, I had the same error. The US XT1644 variant can't use the boot.img for the XT1643 and below. I was able to root by installing SuperSU. Run this command: fastboot boot twrp-3.0.2-0-athene.img Make sure you copy the SuperSU zip file in the /sdcard/TWRP folder on your device. Then when twrp loads, you can just pick the zip file and install.


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Since you can start the device and able to enter the Fastboot recovery mode, you can easily flash the stock MotoG ROM. That's all you need to do to factory-reset your device (however, if there is data on your device that needs to be backed-up, that's a different story and perhaps deserves a different post:-)) This is the relevant MotoG forum post for your ...


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You can try these solutions introduced in this article to unlock your phone screen by remotely control your phone on PC with the mouse and enable the debugging mode on the device: https://joyofandroid.com/unlock-android-device-with-dead-screen/ After you enabled the debugging mode, you may try a software to get your data like contacts, SMS, photos, videos, ...


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Maybe you need the drivers for it? Or maybe you can try this solution http://www.androidorg.com/universal-adb-driver-end-to-your-problems-with-adb-drivers/


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Here's what fixed the issue for me. I removed SD-card and the sim cards and held the power button for 10-20 seconds. It rebooted the device :)


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So, I got it working again. The method was to not flash using fastboot. I actually booted the recovery remotely with fastboot boot recovery.img Then flashed cyanogenmod (the system) and gapps from the external SD card. On reboot, the system updated itself and it's working again. And I can boot into cyanogen recovery mode (but not TWRP, as before). Seems ...


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Can you access the phone using ADB while the phone is in recovery? Also is it possible to set it back to stock rom? That would be the first thing I would do and go from there


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Fastboot is so unpredictable, ouch. Try the following steps. Check if your cable is the stock one. If not, at least make sure it supports file transfer in fastboot mode. Check that USB drivers are installed properly Try to rename the recovery file to just "recovery.img", I know it looks stupid, but it did the trick for me. Finally, * the device won't ...


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i'm no expert, but if you go to the bootloader, by (on my nexus 4) holding volume down then power up, then it says


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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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