How/why to make your own Motorola "Factory Cable"

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  1. fireisfun

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    Cool, thanks. I saw that one and didn't know if it would work.
     
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    Looks like I have some news. I had moto photon 4g, this cable worked great. Now I moved to moto droid 4 xt894, and somehow this cable is not working.

    If the display is in the fastboot and I insert the cable, display is going to black state. If I press vol down (tried down + up both too), then insert the cable, the screen is still black and nothing happens.
     
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    Does anyone have the pinout for the reverse side of this?
    5p-male-solder-b-type-micro-usb-connector.jpg
    EDIT: Found it!
    picture-50.png
    tags: micro usb male hack pinout cable connector reverse back side pin layout factory fastboot
     
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    Hello everyone! Does this "factory cable" works in Motorola MB865 ???
    I've just bricked one phone, was flashing through RSD Lite Software
    and got stuck on 5/20reboot-boot-loader, now phone is dead.... :O(
     
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    Does this "modified cable" works in Motorola droid3 xt862 ???
    I've just bricked one phone, was flashing through RSD Lite Software
    and got stuck , now phone is dead
     
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    C:\Android>qflash.exe -com10 -ramload MPRG8960.hex -mbn 33 MSM8960_bootloader_si
    ngleimage.bin -v -o
    Motorola qflash Utility version 1.3
    COMPORT :COM10
    RAMLOADER :MPRG8960.hex
    type is 0x21
    7 mbn file name MSM8960_bootloader_singleimage.bin type 33
    verbose mode on
    Motorola qflash dll version 1.6
    RAMLOADER VERSION: PBL_DloadVER2.0
    ------------------------------------------------------
    DEVICE INFORMATION:
    ------------------------------------------------------
    Version : 0x8
    Min Version : 0x1
    Max Write Size: 0x600
    Model : 0x90
    Device Size : 0
    Description : Intel 28F400BX-TL or Intel 28F400BV-TL
    ------------------------------------------------------
    Using passed in packet size, changing from 0x600 -> 0x600
    EXTENDED_LINEAR_ADDRESS_REC @ 0x2a000000

    Write 65536 bytes @ 0x2a000000
    100EXTENDED_LINEAR_ADDRESS_REC @ 0x2a010000

    Write 11840 bytes @ 0x2a010000
    100START_LINEAR_ADDRESS_REC @ 0x2a000000
    EOF_REC
    Sleeping for 3s
    -----------------------------------------------------
    RAM DOWNLOADER INFORMATION
    -----------------------------------------------------
    cmd : 0x2
    description : QCOM fast download protocol targ
    version_number : 0x7
    compatible_version: 0x2
    max_block_size : 0x400
    flash_base_address: 0x0
    flash_id_len : 0x4
    flash id : eMMC
    window_size : 0x1e
    number_of_sectors : 0x80
    -----------------------------------------------------
    sdl_send_security_mode: secutiry mode 0x0
    Flashing MSM8960_bootloader_singleimage.bin 1969664 bytes into device
    Keeping the first packet (1024 bytes) as hostage
    Will release it if all is flashed well
    100
    Hostage released!

    done

    This shows a successful flashing of my moto x xt1053 but it still dosnt power on. Only indicates green notification light even with factory cable. kindly advice me on what to do.
     
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    I can't understand to this diagram.. I am newbie Please make one video.. I appreciate youy for this...

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