How to Flash Motorola Firmware using RSD Lite Flash Tool

Most Android devices have a proper way and genuine flash tool which can be used to flash firmware files easily. Here in this guide, we will share with you how to flash Motorola firmware using RSD Lite Flash Tool. This tool or method not require any other professional tool to repair your Motorola mobile. It’s a Free RSD Lite Tool with the latest version which will require flashing Motorola Stock ROM without any dead risk.

RSD Lite is a Motorola tool that can be used to install software on Motorola Android devices. The application can be used for so many reasons which can install root Motorola phone as well. The application tasks and user interface of RSD Lite are pretty straightforward and easy to use. The RSD Lite will not void your warranty. But if you don’t know to root or flash Motorola devices, it could brick your phone easily.

How to Flash Motorola Firmware using RSD Lite Flash Tool

If you’re an advanced user and know what are you doing, you can read this guide carefully. If you want to flash Stock Firmware on your Motorola smartphone using RSD Lite Tool, follow the steps mentioned below:

How To Use Motorola RSD Lite Flash Tool

Before going to flash your Motorola or moto device, download the correct firmware of the device. Make sure, you have downloaded the correct and compatible firmware of the device which you want to flash.

RSD lite software works fine on all Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 operating system platforms. But sometimes Windows 10 OS may show you an error to detect the device in fastboot mode.

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Downloads:

  • Motorola Firmware Or Stock ROM
  • Motorola USB Drivers – Download
  • Download – RSD Lite Tool For Motorola Devices [RSD_Lite_v6.2.4]

Steps To Use RSD Lite Tool To Flash Official Stock ROM

  • Download and install the required “Motorola USB drivers” on your Windows PC at first. Skip the step, if drivers are already installed.
  • Then, download and extract the downloaded firmware file on your computer which you want to flash.
  • Download the RSD Lite Tool zip file from the link above and extract it on your computer. You have to install it on your PC as an administrator.
  • Launch the “RSD lite Software” on the computer and click on the “Browse” button to load the flash file from the firmware folder.
  • It’ll show the flashing file automatically. You can choose any one option.
  • After successfully adding the file, power off your handset and boot into “Fastboot mode” manually.
In order to boot into Fastboot mode, choose Power Off > Press & Hold Volume Down + Power Key at the same time. [Applicable for all Motorola phones]
  • Connect the device with a PC/Laptop via an original USB cable.
  • If the device is properly connected to the computer, the flash tool will detect the device automatically. [It will show “Status” USB Port connected in the device list area]
  • Otherwise, click on the “Show Device” option from the tool to display the connected device.
  • Now, click on the “Start” button to start the firmware flashing process on the Motorola phone using the RSD lite tool. [Flashing process will take around 5-10 minutes. So, be patient and wait]
  • After completing the process, you will see the “Finished” message under the “Status” option.
  • Now, disconnect your device and reboot to normal mode. It may take for 10-15 minutes for the first time to boot into a new system. Keep waiting.
  • Finally, you’re done! You have successfully installed the Stock ROM using RSD lite tool.

If you want to know how to install the RSD Lite tool on Windows, you can check out the link given below.

Motorola RSD Lite Flash Tool for Windows

Comments

  1. It does not work.
    When you plug the USB in fastboot mode the program shows it as connected properly. But when you hit start it will give an error saying that the device “failed” to boot into fastboot mode.

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