01-05-2020 07:49 AM
How is it the fault of Motorola that you've hard bricked your phone? Hard bricks are due to a single underlying scenario: a device user without the proper knowledge or expertise has attempted to modify the stock configuration of the device -- period. Device owners are so quick to blame the manufacturer whenever modifying their device goes wrong. Motorola doesn't release blankflash files. To do so would compromise the integrity of firmware security protocols and would fly afoul of contractual agreements Motorola Mobility has made with applicable mobile carriers. You can find blankflash files for many Motorola devices at the 4PDA forums. Visit their site, translate from Russian to your language, and simply ask for what you need. Those guys are great at 4PDA and would be glad to assist you at no charge. But again, I emphasize, if you bricked your device, that's on you. That would be like me buying a skateboard and then blaming the manufacturer because I rode it across a busy freeway and got my dumb self run over by a truck.
01-05-2020 02:03 PM
You are wrong.
the device briked from official firmware.
i was flashed many custom roms and everything was ok.
i flashed official kitkat and i forget stop the ota update so bricked.
briked with official firmware and official update.
motorola could make a system to unbrick device from official site without release blankflash files but not do it.
for me this company is dead for ever.
01-05-2020 04:45 PM
01-05-2020 04:52 PM - edited 01-05-2020 04:55 PM
I had many smartphones of other manufactors but never bricked the device with official software.
Motorola have this problem with many devices.
if i brick a device with mods and custom romw recovery etc i close my mouth but here is something else.
so if you have a solution i will be very happy with this.
my device is not xt 1092 but xt 1097
01-05-2020 05:03 PM
01-05-2020 07:15 PM
01-06-2020 04:28 AM - edited 01-06-2020 05:10 AM
Ok my friend .
this is my official firmware if it help you.