For those who not familiar with RSD Lite, it is a tool that is used to help flash stock firmware to any Motorola devices, it works almost the same way as Odin for Samsung or flashtool for Sony. The tool sometimes became the last-ditch effort for Motorola users to repair their phone or tablet when they get into trouble due to failure flashing or just want to restore their device to stock condition for a warranty claim.
RSD Lite might sound unfamiliar for you, but for android modders the tools is pretty well-known, since it helps lots of people solve the problem on their Moto phone. RSD Lite has the capacity to flash files with the following extensions: Fastboot files (xml), Super File (shx, SBF), Flex file (hs, HSX), Zip file (zip, bzip, gz, tgz, bz2, tbz2).
There are three main sections in the RSD Lite window, the first is located at the bottom that shows the status of the devices that have been connected to the PC and has been recognized by this app, ensure that only one device is connected at the same time to stay away from mistakes. The next part is the Device Properties, which shows properties (IMEI/ESN/MEID, Software version, bootloader version, etc.) of the connected device. And the last is the File Properties, which shows properties (Filename, Creation Date, File Size, For Phone Model, etc.) of the firmware file that ready to flash to our Motorola device.
The latest version of RSD Lite is v6.2.4, but sometimes there are some devices that it is not compatible with the latest version of this app. However, keep trying is the only way to get it done, for the older version of the app are available here.