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About a1Pha

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  • Your Current Device(s)
    Motorola Moto G
  1. There is a working version now, you can find it here.
  2. Funny, I have just noticed an hour ago that custom recoveries will boot, as long as the size doesn't change too much. However, my signing environment is broken and I was just getting it fixed. Thanks for your work man, this works :)
  3. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    I think it is signed..? Does it check for its own signature somewhere?
  4. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    Had the same issue. I am not even able to boot stock recovery.img via fastboot boot.
  5. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    2. It is advised to wipe userdata and cache after flashing a ROM, so yes, you would loose your data. 3. Once you've unlocked your bootloader via motorola.com, your phone is registered as unlocked in their database, so even if you relock the bootloader, they will know that it was unlocked once.
  6. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    Whoops. Sorry, typo. I meant 4Gb of course.
  7. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    Well... Then I am running out of ideas. This is another topic, please open a new thread ;)
  8. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    daniels-mbp:Desktop zanooda$ md5 r2-motog-superboot.zip MD5 (r2-motog-superboot.zip) = a4ca11f526f57f643a0a552ec234ad6f Tried as root, also. I also tried it on Windows (with and without elevated command prompt) and on Linux, as normal user and as root. All operating systems were booted natively, not inside a hypervisor. Tried all USB ports. Can anyone who has root working verify the fastboot output from my last post? Maybe there are different bootloader versions.
  9. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    Hmm... What is your phone saying in fastboot mode? Mine (not working) is: AP Fastboot Flash Mode (S) 40.19 (sha-1b44c96, 2013-10-16 16:47:58) CPU: MSM8226 CS eMMC: 8GB ID=15 RV=06 PV=02 TY=17 DRAM: 1024MB Samsung S4 SDRAM DIE=4Gb Battery OK Device is UNLOCKED. Status Code: 3
  10. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    I am not from UK, I have the retail German version.
  11. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    Are you able to flash your superboot.img as primary boot partition and boot from it without an error?
  12. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    Just did so, flashed _everything_ (including logo & radio) from retail.en.GB. No effect, besides the fact that the phone shows me "en.GB" in system version now. Still cannot boot Pauls superboot.
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    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    Paul, I already tried other operating systems (I have tripleboot: OSX, Win8.1, Kali Linux), other cables and switching USB ports (also tried both USB3 and USB2.0), semms not to have any effect..
  14. a1Pha

    Root your Moto G - option 1: Superboot

    You have the same problem as me. There is no solution yet.
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