Guide How to Flash Firmware on Motorola Moto X Force with RSD Lite. - Android Guide

Guide How to Flash Firmware on Motorola Moto X Force with RSD Lite.

Guide How to Flash Firmware on Motorola Moto X Force with RSD Lite.

Flash Firmware Motorola Moto X Force. Below you can find guide how to Flash Firmware on Motorola Moto X Force. If you have any problem on your Motorola Moto X Force device now, you can follow this guide to solve your problem. These are some problem that often arise on Motorola Moto X Force. First, This device running very slow, because this device no longer getting any update from the manufacturer, So the firmware became obsolete. Second, Motorola Moto X Force getting bootloop or bricked. The only one thing you can do to solve this problem is flash or install a new firmware to Motorola Moto X Force. To flash a firmware into Motorola Moto X Force device we need flash tool called RSD Lite. Simply just download and install this tool on your computer, then connect your Motorola Moto X Force device via usb cable to begin flashing this device.

Here you can know what is detail specifications of Motorola Moto X Force, this device released on 2015, November. With 5.4 inches AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, display. powered by Octa-core (4x1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4x2.0 GHz Cortex-A57) CPU, Qualcomm MSM8994 Snapdragon 810 chipset, Adreno 403 GPU, Supported by 3 GB internal memory, 21 MP primary camera, 5 MP secondary camera. And run on Android OS, v5.1.1 (Lollipop), v6.0, planned upgrade to v7.0 (Nougat).

Now we can start our tutorial how to flash Motorola Moto X Force from here.

#1- Preparations.

  1. All file, data, account and App installed in internal memory will deleted during flashing process, So, to avoid it always backup it at the save storage.
  2. Make sure your battery at fully charged.
  3. To make a good connections between your Motorola Moto X Force to the computer, try to use original USB cable.
  4. In order to make your Motorola Moto X Force device detected on your computer or laptop, driver should installed correctly, you can download Motorola Moto X Force driver via this link below.
  5. https://androidmtk.com/download-motorola-usb-drivers
  6. In order to help you flash a firmware into Motorola Moto X Force, you need to Download and install RSD Lite Multi flash to the computer or laptop.
  7. http://rsdlite.com/rsd-lite-download/ 
  8. For a suitable firmware for Motorola Moto X Force device, you can get from this link below.
    • Motorola Moto X Force.
    • https://firmware.center/firmware/Motorola/Moto%20X%20Force/

#2 - Flashing Motorola Moto X Force.

  1. To begin this guide, boot your Motorola Moto X Force device to Fastboot mode. How to do it ?
    • Power off the Motorola Moto X Force, by press and hold power button for a seconds, it will completely turn off the device.
    • Now, press and hold both volume down + volume up button.
  2. Now, connect your Motorola Moto X Force to the computer via USB cable.
  3. Make sure your Motorola Moto X Force successfully detected on your computer via Fastboot mode.
  4. If failed, try to use original USB cable or change your computer port.
  5. Then, Open your RSD Lite software on your computer from start menu.
    rsd lite flash tool
    rsd lite flash tool
  6. Now click the button marked with the arrow and red circle shown at picture above to load Motorola Moto X Force firmware.
  7. Firmware file should have this extensions (*.xml, *.shx, *.sbf, *.hs, etc)
  8. Once your Motorola Moto X Force firmware successfully loaded, RSD lite flash tool should look like picture shown below.
  9. rsd lite - flash Motorola Moto X Force
    rsd lite - flash Motorola Moto X Force
  10. Now click start button at RSD lite window to begin the flashing process.
  11. Flashing your Motorola Moto X Force will start automatically without your interference.
  12. Just wait a while until flashing your interference done.

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