Have you done this yourself via fastboot or the motorola RSD software? There is no flash all script, as I have seen with other phones
The fastboot instructions given by Motorola are as follows:
$ fastboot flash partition gpt.bin
$ fastboot flash motoboot motoboot.img
$ fastboot flash logo logo.bin
$ fastboot flash boot boot.img
$ fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
$ fastboot flash system system.img
$ fastboot erase modemst1
$ fastboot erase modemst2
$ fastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn
$ fastboot reboot
However the files listed in the .xml are:
filename="motoboot.img" partition="motoboot" operation="flash
filename="boot.img" partition="boot" operation="flash
filename="system.img_sparsechunk.0" partition="system" operation="flash
filename="system.img_sparsechunk.1" partition="system" operation="flash
filename="system.img_sparsechunk.2" partition="system" operation="flash
filename="NON-HLOS.bin" partition="modem" operation="flash
" filename="fsg.mbn" partition="fsg" operation="flash"/>
<step partition="cache" operation="erase"/><step partition="userdata" operation="erase"/>
The system image appears to be in 3 chunks, trying to flash these in order returns a failed message, using system on its own also fails.
Everything else completed without error, but after reboot the tesco rom was still present.
Using the RSD tool the phone is recognised when plugged in & booted up normally, after you select the .xml & click start it reboots to fastboot then can no longer see the device so the flash fails.
Unable to get the tool to see the phone if I manually fastboot first
Edited by jusumgeezer, 25 November 2013 - 11:27 PM.