I'm trying to solve a problem that is affecting a Moto G 2014 XT1069 device. What happened is that the device did shutdown, then when trying to power it up again, it stayed stuck on the Motorola logo for some time. Another person trying to help, said that it was needed to format the cellphone and rebooted into recovry mode. The point is that when trying to factory reset an error appeared.
This person then said that the device was bricked and needed to do something to correct it. Then using fastboot through a computer, I don't know what she did but the situation got somehow worse.
The first thing is that she unlocked the bootloader. But after all the procedure what happens is that when the device powered up, it just got stuck in a screen with a message WARNING BOOTLOADER UNLOCKED and it doesn't progress any further.
On that same screen it is possible, by pressing PWR + VOL DWN to access the bootloader, but even if we select "Normal Powerup" or "Recovery", the device just gets back to the screen WARNING BOOTLOADER UNLOCKED and nothing more happens.
Furthermore, it seems that the battery became somehow "mad". After a quite long time interval charging, the device got to 29% of battery and after just a few minutes trying to correct all this mess, the battery got to 6%.
I don't know what they did and how all of this happened.
How can I fix this mess? How can I make the cellphone boot and make everything right again?
If possible I want to avoid flashing the factory image for the reason that I don't have access to the image from the official source and I feel quite uneasy to get from one untrusted source, since it might compromise confidential data.
What can I do to solve this? I believe there has to be a way to correct all of this.