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I just ran into this exact problem with a Moto G 2015. TWRP themselves warn not to install OTA updates with TWRP. Here's what I did: Install the Android SDK or download fastboot separately Get the build number for your phone From TWRP on your phone go to Mount and make sure System is selected Connect your phone to your computer and open build.prop with ...
It appears the software is broken out of the box and it cannot be fixed. It's trying to connect to the host www.mymotocast.com, but it can't find the path or there is no server listening: And: $ openssl s_client -connect www.mymotocast.com:443 connect: Operation timed out connect:errno=60 $ nslookup www.mymotocast.com Server: 192.168.1.1 Address: ...
First Check Out Settings>Data Usage that if there is any usage of data connection by any built in app (as you mentioned that you have deleted third party apps) If there is not any usage there.As @Andrew T mentioned It must be some problem with your network providers side. Contect them to sort out the matter.
Well, there are two ways to fix this one out: Requirements: You need to have a custom recovery (CWM/TWRP) installed You are going to require Stock firmware zip file for Moto G XT1028, XT1031, XT1032, XT1033 and XT1034 which can be downloaded over here ADB and Fastboot Method 1: Boot your phone into custom recovery mode. Recovery will have adb on by ...
I had the same problem. making sure my cover was secure, I dropped the phone from 3 feet onto a carpeted surface directly on the "5:00" corner (lower right side corner). It unstuck the accelerometer and it's now working normally.
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