Relive your Motorola Moto G if it suffers a "bootloop"

Relive your Motorola Moto G if it suffers a "bootloop"

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It is likely that if you have ventured to install any of these versions of Android alternatives have you ever been in a hurry and sometimes problems occur and one of the most popular is the "Bootloop", that is, that the device is plugged in but that it never gets ripped off at all, stays indefinitely in the "bootanimation". For those that happen to you or this problem can happen to you and you have a Motorola Moto G (2013) you are in luck, because in Android Pro we will teach you revive your device.

Before continuing to clarify that from ProAndroid We are not responsible for any damage that may occur in the terminal Following any of these processes. It's something that takes place under the exclusive user responsibilityWell, although these are proven processes, they are not without risks. It is advisable have more than 50% battery so as not to suffer unwanted blackouts that may leave our phone unusable. We recommend read all the steps first Before doing anything.

  1. The first step to be done is to download the necessary files for this process, which you we will leave them at the end of the article.
  2. Then we will turn on our Motorola Moto G in “fastboot” mode, for this we must press the button on and volume down and we will see a menu like the one in the following image. If our phone is not turned off and is in "bootloop" we will do exactly the same, only before we must press a few seconds the power button for the Motorola Moto G to turn "width =" 700 "height =" 794 "srcset =" 700w, https: // 264w, -g-fastboot-624x707.jpg 624w "sizes =" (max-width: 700px) 100vw, 700px "/></li><li>We will connect the Motorola Moto G to the computer so that it <strong>install all necessary drivers</strong>, since they are not the same when having the device turned on than in “fastboot” mode.</li><li>Once the drivers have been installed <strong>unzip the downloaded files and enter the ROM files into the ADB Tools folder</strong>, to have everything ready for the final step.<img data-lazyloaded=fastboot flash partition gpt.binfastboot flash motoboot motoboot.imgfastboot flash logo logo.binfastboot flash boot boot.imgfastboot flash recovery recovery.imgfastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk1fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk2fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk3fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.binfastboot erase modemst1fastboot erase modemst2fastboot flash fsg fsg.mbnfastboot erase cachefastboot erase userdatafastboot reboot

    Once we have inserted everything is text we will see that a series of processes will appear in both the command window and the phone, we wait for a line to tell us"Fastboot reboot" we will give you intro and our Motorola Moto G will restart us (We must disconnect it as soon as possible from the computer) and supposedly it should start normally. As you can see, what we have just installed is the ROM stock, with what you will have lost all the data of your device after the "bootloop".

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