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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by fulloflove, Jun 12, 2014.

  1. Shabbypenguin

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    thread no longer serves a purpose amirite? ;P

    special thanks to eteles & suhridkhan for screens/testing
     

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    This is looking great!
     
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    quick update.

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    that leaves headphones and sdcard as last major bugs that i know of.
     
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    Thank you Shabbypenguin for getting things going for this phone!! And thank you eteles, suhridkhan, and all others for testing. I am very happy to see this thread is no longer valid. :cool: :thumbup:
     
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    Hello together!

    I follow this thread for about 2 weeks and since yesterday the Moto G LTE 8GB is also available in Germany (XT1039) and I hope that your image will work on my device, too.

    I'm not familiar with CWM etc. but is it correct that you've tried to port the CWM recovery image for the new Moto G and now this thread is "no longer valid" because there is this new thread with a working CWM recovery image?
     
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    all moto g lte variants are supported :), xt1039, xt1040, xt1045 are the ones i know about.

    correct it was a bit of a joke as i have cm11 builds up as well
     
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    That's cool! :)
    But where do you have them? I haven't seen any CM11 peregrine builds here or in xda...

    Thanks!
     
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    Does anyone know if this worked on Moto G LTE XT1045 on 4.4.4???
     
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    I just bought this device from Cricket about a month ago. It's Moto G (XT1045). I went to the Motorola site to unlock the bootloader and was denied. Apparently Cricket has not allowed the bootloader to be unlocked or some backdoor deal was made between Cricket and Motorola. Either way, I'm stuck, no unlocked bootloader, no root. Would anyone happen to know of a way around this? Right now I just want root for Adblock, Links2SD and a few other things. I'm ready to throw this thing out, my second Cricket phone in a row without being able to root. Please help.
     
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    check sunshine, idk what version it supports etc but you bought an att phone, its gunna have a locked bootloader.
     
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    The last I tried (which was before I realized I have the retail version of the xt1045.... I'm a bit special apparently), sunshine would not work, this was a month ago. It shows on their website that the moto g 2013 is supported. It didn't mention anything about the LTE variant. If sunshine doesn't work than you're SOL until there is a 4.4.4 exploit that works after your kernel build date. I hope this information helps.
    Also you're only missing out on 5.1
     

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