The Motorola Moto X 2015 Pure Edition is sold with an unlockable bootloader, it could make its (advanced) user’s life easier. Since the unlocking procedure is quite easy and does not require any complex requirements, and it could attract more users to mods this device, even the novice one.
However, most beginners who try to mods their device was not aware if this activity also has the potential to mess up the device when not done properly. That is why many are advised to take full Nandroid backup or at least have a stock firmware for Moto X Pure Edition 2015 (XT1575) to unroot and back to stock.
A Motorola Moto X Pure Edition 2015 stock firmware contains several official stock software such as Android OS, additional Google and Moto apps, recovery, kernel, bootloader, radio, etc. All are interconnected and work together so that your device can run normally. On your mobile phone, most of this software is stored in the internal storage. Normal users with locked bootloader are unable to touch this software as the function is crucial.
Just like Motorola firmware in general, to take advantage of a stock firmware for Moto X 2015 Pure Edition (XT1575) we have to flash it to the targeted device. We just need fastboot files and flash it with fastboot commands. Previously, there’s a tool called RSD Lite, tool that helps you simplify the process of flashing without manually typing fastboot command, however, not every firmwares can be flash with RSDLite.
Download stock Moto X 2015 Pure Edition stock firmware
Having stock Motorola firmware isn’t required, but it’s recommended for those who often mods their phone.
The size of the stock firmware / ROM is quite massive, considering it’s not only contains the Android OS, but also other supporting applications from either Motorola or from third party developers. The software version listed below may be outdated, just let us know by leaving a comment below, and we will try our best to find the latest version for you.