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I fear because all good phone is over 5" or 5.5" ??

Unlocked version smartphone at Nextbuying to activate on the carrier of your choice. Better to just buy through Xiaomi & Lenovo and add shipping cost for singpost $2.98 for the new xiaomi redmi note 2 smartphones. 

I have mine since this November so its not old but I fear because all good phone is over 5" ?? i like 5.5" screen smartphones and I want maintain one hand use , about going from 4.7 inch to 5.2 but I've adjusted. Now wondering if I can adjust to 5.7? those xiaomi redmi note 2 features from lenovo k3 note. or the 5.7" xiaomi mi note and mi note pro.  and given that the style has a slightly larger screen 5.5 over 5.7. 

My wife trying to decide if I should just stick with apple or try android again ! first could see getting this with a custom ROM/root. Very good battery life, maybe Chinese smartphones doing a great job as always!  can't flash it now but you could have instead of using KitKat firmware. Then this wouldn't have happened. Unfortunately, this has nothing to do with Android itself. It is a bootloader issue. 

latest update is awesome plus supposedly people are getting slightly better battery life. This battery pack is my new best friend.

on lollipop before custom rom, and then flashed kitkat via rsd lite, you maintained lollipop bootloader. After OTA update from Kitkat to lollipop results in a brick. The bug is from the 5.1 itself, it's not related with the motherboard. Try to reboot your phone while it's connected to a power supply, only happens while charging and when i press the power button more then 3 seconds.

Download a adb. If your able to press the power and volume key to get into fastboot, great. After that plug it into your PC and see if it registers the device, in the adb cmd type "adb devices". If it shows. 

You can find some more info on it. No solution however, besides a factory reset.  Custom Recovery with locked bootloader better to buy an unlocked phone.. 

If not, then try the device powered down, plugged in to your computer, then power on. While powering up type, "adb reboot bootloader" over and over. If nothing happens, call Motorola. If you are able to start the fastboot on your phone. 



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