How to Flash Firmware on Bricked Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) With RSD Lite Tool. - Android Guide

How to Flash Firmware on Bricked Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) With RSD Lite Tool.

How to Flash Firmware on Bricked Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) With RSD Lite Tool.

Flash Motorola Moto E (1st gen 2014). Once your Moto E (1st gen 2014) bricked it will no longer work normally and become useless. And you can restore it to the normal phone except you create full Android backup or called Nandroid with custom recovery. But, don't worry about it. You can still save your Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) with this following method. This method below will show you how to install or flash a new firmware on Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) using RSD Lite tool. Simply just download the appropriate firmware for your device and RSD lite tool from the official website. Why we use RSD Lite ? because this software is specially designed to help the user flash firmware into Motorola smartphone.

This is Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) specs. This device Also known as Motorola Moto E XT1021, released on 2014, May. Comes with 4.3 Inches Capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors display. Powered by Dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 CPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chipset, Adreno 302 GPU. Supported by 1 GB of RAM, and featured with 5 MP of primary camera, but this device comes with no secondary camera. Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) run on Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat), upgradable to v4.4.4 (KitKat), planned upgrade to v5.1 (Lollipop).

The following guide below will help you step by step flashing Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014).

Preparations - First Step.

  1. Backup all user data, files and app installed on phone internal memory. It will deleted during flashing process.
  2. Your Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) battery should fully charged or at least has 75 % of battery capacity.
  3. Always use original USB cable to connect the Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) to the computer.
  4. Make sure USB driver for Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) is installed on the computer, If you don't have this driver, here you can get it.
  5. https://androidmtk.com/download-motorola-usb-drivers
  6. RSD lite flash tool is needed to help flash firmware into Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014).
  7. http://rsdlite.com/rsd-lite-download/
  8. Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) firmware is here.
  9. https://firmware.center/firmware/Motorola/Moto%20E%20%281st%20gen-2014%29/

Flashing Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) - 2nd Step

  1. Turn off  Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) smartphone.
  2. Once it completely Turn ff, now boot your Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) into fastboot mode. 
    • Press and hold Power button + Volume Up buton at the same time.
      enter fastboot mode - motorola moto E 2014
      enter fastboot mode - motorola moto E 2014
  3. Then connect Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) to the computer using USB cable.
  4. Make sure your Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) is successfully detected on the computer, if fail you can try this.
    • Check your USB cable
    • Change computer ports
    • Check your USB driver..
  5. Install RSD Lite on the computer, then run this software from desktop or start menu.
  6. Once RSD Lite window run on the computer, Click the button marked with the arrow and red circle shown at picture below to load Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) firmware.
  7. rsd lite tool - load firmware
    rsd lite tool - load firmware
  8. Now, navigate to the firmware folder location you have downloaded before.
  9. The firmware should has this extensions. 
    • *.shx, 
    • *.hs, 
    • *.xml, 
    • *.sbf,
  10. Once your Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) firmware successfully loaded, you can see at the file properties window.
    rsd file properties
    rsd file properties
  11. To start flashing Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014), just click Start button.
  12. You can see the flashing progress at status window. 
  13. Once finished Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) will reboot automatically. you can safely disconnect Motorola Moto E (1st gen-2014) from the computer.
  14. Finish.

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