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Old 10-31-2014, 21:07   #1 (permalink)
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How to root Motorola Android Phones - gsmhosting collection


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to help the users in an easy search of the rooting solution for their Motorola android phone/tablet, we decided to build an as more complete database about the rooting solution for this brand

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Root Motorola Moto G with Android v4.4.4 KitKat via SuperBoot Tool

Step-by-step procedure of firmware rooting on Motorola Moto G via SuperBoot tool:

Step 1: Download SuperBoot application tool (here) into your PC.

[Note: Before plugging the phone to the computer, be sure you have installed USB driver software, if not, click here to download the firmware]

Step 2: Before proceeding ahead, enable USB debugger in Moto G, by going to settings >> About phone >> Developer options, tap it five times to enable it and then a new Developer options will get unlocked and then click 'USB Debugging'

Step 3: Now, connect Moto G to your PC and extract r1-motog-superboot.zip to any location.

Step 4: Now, turn-off of the phone, and disconnect from PC. Then, enter Bootloader mode, by press holding Volume (down) + 'Power' button.

Step 5: Once you enter in to the Bootloader mode, connect the Moto G to PC (with Windows OS), then select 'superboot-windows.bat SD card' by double clicking on it.

Step 6: Then, command prompt will pop up on the screen and continue with installation process. Once finished, reboot the phone manually.

[Note: use 'Volume' keys to navigate and 'Power' button to select options, while operating under Recovery/Bootloader Mode]

Step 7: Now, your device (Moto G) will take a few minutes (for the first time only) to complete the booting process. Once done with the process, use SuperSU app/ Root checker to confirm the rooting process on the phone.
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hi link to superboot is broken .
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hi link to superboot is broken .
Can you check please?
Link is wrking fine click download wait 30 sec click download
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Root All Versions of Moto G and Moto X on Android Lollipop

Download CF-Root All Devices

Moto X 2014 XT1097

Moto X XT1052

Moto G 2014 XT1063

Moto G 2014 XT1068

Moto G 2014 XT1068

Moto G XT1031

Moto G XT1032

Moto G XT1033

*Enable USB debugging on your device

*Goto Settings and then go to Developer options -> Enable OEM unlock.

*Now reboot your Motorola device in its ADB mode (by pressing VolUp + VolDown + Power)

* Goto extracted root file folder nd run root-windows.bat file

* Follow the on screen instruction
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Root Nexus 6 lollipop 5



*Download the CF one-click root tool for your Nexus 6 → Click here to download

*Enable OEM unlock from Developer options in settings.

*Reboot your Nexus 6 into bootloader mode

*Extract the CF-Auto-Root-shamu-shamu-nexus6.zip file on your PC.

*Connect your Nexus 6 to your computer with an USB cable and make sure it’s detected.

*Now simply click the root-windows.bat script to root your device.
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Root All Versions of Moto G and Moto X on Android Lollipop

Download CF-Root All Devices

Moto X 2014 XT1097

Moto X XT1052

Moto G 2014 XT1063

Moto G 2014 XT1068

Moto G 2014 XT1068

Moto G XT1031

Moto G XT1032

Moto G XT1033

*Enable USB debugging on your device

*Goto Settings and then go to Developer options -> Enable OEM unlock.

*Now reboot your Motorola device in its ADB mode (by pressing VolUp + VolDown + Power)

* Goto extracted root file folder nd run root-windows.bat file

* Follow the on screen instruction
who enable oem unlock?
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Old 02-26-2015, 11:58   #8 (permalink)
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need root method

moto droid razer maxx hd 4.4.2

and evryone claming towel root or toeel pie to root it but they dnt .
waiting for ur solution

thnx in advance
try this xda link

[Tutorial] How to root Motorola XT925 with 4… | Motorola Droid RAZR HD | XDA Forums
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motorola bluetooth not working
You can try performing a forced reboot on your phone, or you can also put your phone into safe mode and see if you can pair to your Bluetooth devices.
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need moto xplay root link
You have to have the Bootloader Unlocked, if you have not you can go to this post where are the steps on how to do
https://motorola-global-portal.custh...-your-device-a
You Have enabled USB Debugging
1. Download and Rename TWRP image | TWRP-lux-2.8.7-r5.img (rename the name: recovery)
TWRP - xda-developers DevDB
2. Download and unzip the mfastboot on your desktop PC and transfer the .img file downloaded in step 1
3. Turn off your device and enter fastboot mode
4. Connect your device to the PC by USB media, and head to the mfastboot folder where you have unzipped firmware along with the files containing the folder mfastboot
5. You need to flash the following command, this is done in the ADB Tools folder by pressing the SHIFT key on your keyboard + Right Click on your mouse and leaving options you choose "Open command window here".

mfastboot flash recovery recovery.img

6. Since flashed the TWRP recovery image write the below command to restart your device
mfastboot reboot

Root on your Moto X Play
1- Download and shift your internal memory SuperSU | UPDATE-SuperSU-v2.46.zip
https://download.chainfire.eu/696/Su...erSU-v2.46.zip
3- Turn off your device and enter fastboot mode for 3 seconds by pressing the power button + volume down button.
4-Then fastboot mode and you should see the boot loader screen of your Android
5- Scroll with the volume down button and select Recovery to start in Recovery mode and confirm with volume up.
6- Go to Install> and search and search the archive UPDATE-SuperSU-v2.46.zip which moved to its internal memory, and proceed to install, confirming a Swipe.
7- already completed return to the main menu and make a Reboot system now.
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hi m looking rootfile for motorolaxt1563
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Old 03-01-2017, 23:32   #12 (permalink)
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hi m looking rootfile for motorolaxt1563

This is generic for all new moto:
1. Unlock bootloader
2. Write custom recovery to phone
3. From custom recovery install superSU.zip
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Step by step for this motorola manual MOTO X PLAY XT1563 :
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Unlocking the Bootloader on the Motorola Moto X Play


1. Extract files from Fastboot over to your desktop by right-clicking on it and selecting Extract here.

2. Turn off your device.

3. Turn your device back on in fastboot mode. To do that, hold down Volume DOWN and Power buttons together for a few seconds.

4. Your device should now be in fastboot mode.

5. Plug in your device to your PC using a USB cable.

6. Launch a Command Prompt Window on your desktop by holding down Shift and right-clicking anywhere on the screen and selecting Open command window here.

7. Type in the following command into the Command Prompt Window and hit Enter:


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fastboot oem get_unlock_data
8. You should see a string of text on your screen. Copy it to your clipboard removing any spaces so that it is a long string of text.

9. Head over to the Motorola Bootloader Unlock website and get yourself logged-in. If you donít have an account with them, create one now.

10. One of the steps on that website will ask you to paste the string of text. Just paste the string that youíve already copied to your clipboard and follow the on-screen instructions.

11. Youíll receive an unlock key to your email address. Copy that key to your clipboard.

12. Now, type in the following command replacing KEY with the actual unlock key that youíve copied to your clipboard and hit Enter:

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fastboot oem unlock KEY
13. Wait for it to unlock the bootloader on your device.

14. When itís done unlocking the bootloader, reboot your device by issuing the following command:

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fastboot reboot
15. Your device should reboot.

And there you go.

The bootloader on your Motorola Moto X Play is now unlocked, and you can now flash a custom recovery on your device.


II.
Flashing a Custom Recovery on the Motorola Moto X Play


1. Turn off your device.

2. Reboot your device into fastboot mode by holding down Volume DOWN and Power buttons together for a few seconds.

3. Connect your device to your PC using a USB cable.

4. Open a Command Prompt Window on your desktop. To do that, hold down Shift and right-click anywhere on your screen and select Open command window here.

5. Type in the following command into the Command Prompt Window and hit Enter. Make sure to replace recovery.img with the actual name of the recovery image that you have downloaded.


Quote:
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
6. Wait for it to flash a custom recovery on your device.

7. When itís done flashing a recovery, reboot your device by using the following command:

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fastboot reboot
8. Your device should reboot.

Your Motorola Moto X Play now has a custom recovery using which you can gain root access on your device.




III.
Rooting the Motorola Moto X Play


1. Connect your device to your PC using a USB cable.

2. Copy SuperSU .zip from your desktop over to the internal SD card storage on your device.

3. Unplug your device from your PC when SuperSU is copied.

4. Turn off your device.

5. Turn your device back on in recovery mode. To do that, hold down Volume DOWN and Power buttons together.

6. Your device should reboot into bootloader mode.

7. Select Recovery from the options appearing on your screen.

8. Select Install in the recovery menu.

9. Choose SuperSU .zip to be installed on your device.

10. Tap on Swipe to Confirm Flash to confirm flash.

11. Wait for it to flash SuperSU on your device.

12. When itís done flashing SuperSU, reboot your device by selecting Reboot followed by System in the recovery menu.

13. Your device should reboot.


Files can get here:
superSU
custom recovery
fastboot files
drivers
old superSU for old android version
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Someone who can help me with root for a motorola xt1511 with androi 5.1
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