In case you’re planning to restore your device to original software then you’ll need a Moto X stock firmware that contains all the software needed to make our smartphone work, including Android system image, kernel, recovery, etc. When we flash it, then all the software on your device will be replaced with the existing files on the stock firmware.
While flashing your internal storage will be wiped, so we encouraged you to backup all files and data prior to flashing. The stock firmware for Moto X that we use to back to stock provided by Skrilax_CZ a part of Firmware Team from xda-developers. We have no idea from where they get that files, but at least many folks frequently try it on a lot of Motorola devices and yes it always works.
When you want to download a Moto X stock firmware, make sure to check out the model number of your device, since every carrier has different model number, for example XT1058 (AT&T), XT1060 (Verizon Wireless), XT1053 (T-Mobile), XT1056 (Sprint) , XT1055 (US Cellular), XT1058 (Rogers Canada), as well as some others. The size of the firmware file for Moto X is noticeably smaller compared to other Motorola devices such as the Droid Ultra or Droid Maxx, which only about 400MB, most likely due to pure AOSP touch and less bloatware.
|1||Verizon (XT1060)||Latest||4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) – 4.4 (KitKat)|
We highly recommend you to download the official release, not the leaked one. When you ready you can grab the firmware files from
sbf.droid-developers.org, Update! servers down.