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I am trying to install CyanogenMod 12 on my Moto G 4G XT1040 Peregrine by following this guide from the Cyanogen Wiki.

I have:

  • Unlocked my bootloader
  • Installed a custom compatible recovery (TWRP v2.8.7.0)
  • Downloaded the nightly into a SD card

When I try to install the custom ROM using the recovery, I get the following error:

This package supports bootloader(s) 0x411A; this device has bootloader 0x4113.

If I try to use the official Cyanogen recovery present in the image page, I get a similar error message containing the same line above.

I found this tool for upgrading the bootloader, but it's a very unofficial tool and I'm afraid to install a random bootloader found on some forum; I don't know what kind of malicious consequences it could have in terms of security.

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Looks like the bootloader can be upgraded using this post and tool from XDA: Bootloader Upgrader Tool [Falcon] [Peregrine] [41.18] [41.19] [41.1A]

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  • it's a very unofficial tool and I'm afraid to install a random bootloader found on some forum; I don't know what kind of malicious consequences it could have in terms of security. Commented Dec 4, 2015 at 20:12
  • As an option you could flash the official Motorola lollipop rom, that should upgrade your bootloader.
    – xangua
    Commented Feb 20, 2016 at 14:56

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