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Motorola LEX L10 Smartphone - hanging at boot up screen

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Jun 4, 2010
I have a Motorola Lex L10 "mission critical" smartphone which is hanging at the "Motorola Solutions" boot up screen.

The Lex L10 is a smartphone with a PTT and can be bluetooth linked to control a Motorola APX radio as well as having all the usual smartphone features such as internet searching etc.

I think the problem is a corrupted Android OS which needs to be re-installed?

I have tried using the Android System Recovery feature [ Press ON/OFF and Up Volume to access] and used 'Wipe Android Cache Partition' and 'Wipe Data/Factory Reset' but this did not fix the problem.

I'm guessing that I will need to reinstall a stock Motorola factory Android OS image?

The LEX L10 uses the Android KitKat 4.4.4 OS.

Does anybody know how I get a copy of the stock Motorola Android 4.4.4. OS image for a Motorola LEX10 and how I can restore the Android OS to the Lex L10 using, I guess, either an SD card or a Motorola adb?

The Motorola LEX L10 "professional" smartphone is still part of Motorola Solutions and is nothing to do with Motorola "consumer" smartphones which is now owned by Lenovo....so I don't think you can use "Lenovo" stuff to recover a "real" Motorola smartphone?

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