Evening all, So I bought a Motorola Razr M used on ebay about a year ago, and it was already rooted. Everything has been fine except he installed AP Fastboot incorrectly and every time the phone reboots I get a fastboot error. Simply enough, I just power down, press and hold power+up+down and select normal boot and it starts just fine. About a week ago, the 4.4.2 update was rolled out to my phone. However, when it installs the update, the phone restarts, and boots to the fastboot error screen. I have to then manually restart the phone and it will reboot again to try and install the update, fastboot failure, reboot, fastboot failure, etc, until it finally fails completely after 5 or so reboots. My question is, is there any way to disable or otherwise get rid of AP Fastboot so that I can upgrade to 4.4.2? Or any way to upgrade otherwise? Other info: AP Fastboot Flash Mode (S) 10.9B(*) (sha-1e9f557) Device is LOCKED, Status Code: 0 Fastboot Reason: Flash Failure Recovery gives me the android on his back with the red triangle and !