Casey Bralla on 1 Mar 2016 02:42:42 -0800

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[PLUG] Help! I've Bricked My Android!

OK, so I've messed up my Moto X Pure.

I had previously unlocked the boot loader and installed TWRP.  I was not able 
to root the devices because the common root programs were not compatible with 
the most current android versions.

Yesterday, Motorola offered an android update and I accepted it.   Whe the 
phone rebooted, I was stuck in a flashing TWRP screen, and android wouldn't 

I mucked around for a while (factory reset, etc), and eventually just put it 
down to focus on work-related stuff.  Later I discovered that TWRP had started 
running a "OpenREcoveryScript".    That script has now been running form 
almost 12 hours.

The screen shows:

Updating partition details...
Full SELinux supprt is present.
Processing AOSP recovery commands...
-- Wiping Data Partition...
Wiping data without wiping /data/media ...

I'm ready to reboot into recovery mode and use my windows PC to restore a 
backup on the PC.   But should I interrupt this script?  Will this script ever 

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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