Motorola Moto E4 official firmware flash file



Updated: June 25, 2024

This Motorola Moto E4 official firmware flash file (stock ROM) can help you easily un-brick or restore your device to its default or factory state.

If you have previously rooted or modified the system (or other) partition of the phone in any way, flashing this stock ROM will overwrite all existing modified system files to replace with factory software.

If you have you have important data on the phone (like contacts, messages, app data, etc), please back them up because you could loose data after flashing.

Charge the phone to at least 50% so that the flashing process will not be interrupted by low battery. Interrupting the firmware installation means bricking your phone.

Download the firmware file from the link below and follow the recommended flashing instructions immediately after the download options. Please report any broken links discovered.

Download Motorola Moto E4 firmware

Moto E4 XT1769 Firmware

File NameXT1770_XT1771_XT1772_XT1773_nicklaus_oem_user_7.1.1_NMA26.42_19_22_release_keys_oem_SVC
Size1.5 GB
Android version7.1.1
File NameXT1769_WOODS_NMA26.42_75_subsidy_UNLOCKED_model_APAC_CFC.xml
Size1.5 GB
Android version7.1.1

Moto E4 XT1763 Firmware

File NameXT1763_WOODS_NMA26.42_97_subsidy_UNLOCKED_model_LATAMDS_CFC_SVC.xml
Size1.5 GB
Android version7.1.1

Moto E4 XT1760 Firmware

File NameXT1760_WOODS_NMA26.42_75_subsidy_UNLOCKED_model_INDIA_CFC.xml
Size1.5 GB
Android version7.1.1

Important! Always backup existing firmware before flashing any firmware.

How to flash Motorola Moto E4 firmware via fastboot

To flash Motorola official factory firmware via fastboot- boot your phone into fastboot mode (press and hold volume down + power button simultaneously); connect USB cable to phone and then Computer. Now run the following commands via command window, ONE BY ONE. See how to install ADB and Fastboot drivers.

Note: Don’t copy/paste and run the entire fastboot commands. The file names here may differ from the firmware you have download and this will brick your phone. And if you brick your phone, that’s entire your fault. Also be sure that you’re flashing the correct firmware that matches your phone build number.

fastboot oem fb_mode_set

fastboot flash partition gpt.bin

fastboot flash bootloader bootloader.img

fastboot flash logo logo.bin

fastboot flash boot boot.img

fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.0

fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.1

fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.2

fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.3

fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.4

fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.5

fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.6

fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.7

fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.8

fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin

fastboot erase modemst1

fastboot erase modemst2

fastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn

fastboot erase cache

fastboot erase userdata

fastboot erase customize

fastboot erase clogo

fastboot oem fb_mode_clear

fastboot reboot

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