Systemless Root and TWRP

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  1. joeywortman

    joeywortman New Member

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    I have a Moto X pure edition XT1575 running Marshmallow 6.0. I've read something about Pure edition owners getting stuck in the middle of booting after some version of Superuser.apk was flashed. Am I correct in saying I have to use the systemless root method? If so, should I use Superuser 2.56.apk or version 2.62? I'm also confused about TWRP. Do I have to use a device specific version of TWRP or can I even use TWRP if I root using the systemless method?

    Thanks in advance for your help!

    My device info:
    Moto X Pure Edition XT1575 (clark)
    Build# MPH24.49-18
    Kernel version 3.10.84
    Android version 6.0
    Bootloader OxAo48

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    Not sure about root but you do need a specific recovery. This should work, there's also some instructions too Motorola Moto X 2015 Pure

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