[How to] Install the official Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update on Moto G XT 1033 Dual SIM


Motorola announced the rollout of the Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update, for the Moto G in India, a week ago.

Moto G Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update India - [How to] Install the official Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update on Moto G XT 1033 Dual SIM

We have uploaded the OTA file for all users of the XT 1033. Here is how you can install it on your phone.

Your phone does not have to be rooted for this procedure.

MD5 of the zip file: F917A3DCE8B3B2A7F16870818802A945

How to install the Android 4.4.4 KitKat update on the Moto G

Method 1: The easy way

1. Download the OTA file (linked above), and copy it to your phone. (check the MD5 given above)

2.  Go to Settings > About Phone > System Updates. If you still don’t get the update, simply reboot the phone.

3. Once the phone boots up, it should tell you an update is available.

4. Install it and it will reboot to Android 4.4.4 KitKat.

If the above method didn’t work for you, try the following one. Neither of these methods will void your warranty, so don’t worry.

Android 4.4.4 OTA Update Moto G e1405688505715 - [How to] Install the official Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update on Moto G XT 1033 Dual SIM

Method 2: Using the Recovery

1. Download the OTA Zip file.

2. Copy it to your phone’s memory and power off the phone.

3. Press the “volume down” button and then press the “Power button” to get to the Fast Boot menu.

4. Note: The “volume up” button acts as the selection button in this menu. So press the volume down key to navigate, and highlight “Recovery”.

5. Press the volume down button to enter the recovery mode.

6. You will see an Android lying on it’s back, and no menu commands. Don’t panic. Press and hold the “volume up” button for 10 seconds, then while still holding “volume up” , press the “Power” button, and release both buttons together, to see the menu options.”

7. Note: Now the Power button acts as the selection button. Select “Update from SD Card”

8. Select the downloaded zip and press the power button. It will take a while for the process to complete.

9. Once it has finished updating, reboot the phone.

Congratulations you have successfully installed the Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update on your Moto G.

The build number for the latest version is 210.12.40.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.0 3

Apart from the bug fixes, stability patches, security fixes and other improvements, you get the following features with the update:

The update finally gets rid of the unused second SIM indicator from the status bar.Moto G Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update India Sim settings - [How to] Install the official Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update on Moto G XT 1033 Dual SIM

You also get the new Dialer with the colored tiles.

And the ability to pause and resume video recording:

You will also be able to send your location to your emergency contacts with Motorola Alert:

If you need help flashing the update, drop a comment below.

Source: XDA. Special thanks to Narendra Nagwan, Tomar (also for the OTA image) and Bala for reporting about the easy method.

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Originally a Business Grad, Ashwin is a natural at testing and reviewing apps and games for Windows and Android Apps, as well as flashing ROMs. A proud owner of a Google Nexus 6 and a Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, he is also an avid gamer, and loves playing on his Laptop and his phones. You can find him on Twitter @Im_Ashwin

Discussion288 Comments

  1. Rayhan Abdullah

    My moto g is rooted with custom recovery but i m still on stock rom. can i update it in the same manner you suggested? if yes, do i loose root after update.

  2. I tried to update my moto g .. but it won’t work .
    After the installation start in two seconds the android icon dead and it tells me this : install aborted

    I’ve everything you as you explain it .. so what’s the problem ?

    • Which firmware and recovery are you using?

      Did you remove any stock apps? The OTA will run a hashcheck, and it will fail to update, if any apps are missing or have been modified.

    • I have been using it for five days, and so far it has been working fine. Btw, I am using it on Dalvik, so no comments about the ART bugs yet.

  3. Hello, I currently have the Motto G XT 1033 4.4.2 (CWM) with a few Google apps like Google+,Hangouts removed, when i goto the recovery console and select this update it immediately fails in a second or two, and I’m UNABLE to install this update. Please advise. thanks.

    • Please elaborate.

      Did you press the power button after selecting the zip file? It should give an error message if it fails, or else it will begin the process.

      • no when i power off,and select recovery mode hold volume up for ten seconds and press power button it shows the dead android and says no comment

        • Press and hold the β€œvolume up” button for 5-10 seconds, then press the
          β€œPower and Volume Up” buttons together to see the menu options.

  4. pls help not getting the update
    i downloaded the file on pc and cut and paste it on moto g internal memory,and power off the phone and i pressed volume down and power button simultaneously and it entered fast boot menu,and i selected recovery by pressing volume up button for 10s and pressed volume uo and power button together it showed a dead android “No Comment” was written below the dead android

  5. Hello,I have a simple query is this official Motorola and will be able to get future official ota updates directly

  6. Hi, my moto G is encrypted. When i select “apply Update from SD Card” it just do nothing said “install from sdcard complete” after 2 sec. I am new to Moto, so maybe i am not doing it right.

    Best Regards

    • Press and
      hold Volume up first for a few seconds, then while holding it down,
      press and hold power. Then let go of both simultaneously to see the menu.

  7. hi this info is good and it works properly i just wana ask that after installing the 4.4.4 update can i delete the zip file which we downloaded before?

      • Kalyansinghbondili

        Yes I inserted two Sims in my moto g then it shows two signal as usual after I disabled 2sim then it is showing in status bar

        • I have two Moto Gs. One is rooted and the other is unrooted. Both updated fine. The second Sim option is grayed out for me.

          Can you try backing up your data and performing a factory reset?

          • Kalyansinghbondili

            I checked twice when I insert two Sims in moto g it shows two signal bars after disable of Sim 1 or Sim 2 the status bar shows Sim card disable symbol
            I tried this one I insert only one Sim in slot 1or 2 then it doesn’t show second slot disabled status if I insert second Sim then it is showing Sim card disable symbol
            At last if we use only one Sim then display will not show second Sim disable status
            If we use two Sims and make any one Sim disable then it is showing Sim disable status
            According to my observation

          • I see. So the icon shows up only when you have disabled the second Sim.

            I guess they did this to remind users that the second Sim is in the phone, but has been manually disabled. So you can’t remove that from the status bar.

          • Hahaha. Yes I ask myself that. On paper, it does seem to be very powerful. You can read our article on a comparison of the specs ( link is on the sidebar of this page.)

            The Moto G beats dozens of top devices with its battery life and performance. So I will not be convinced unless I use the Mi 3 hands on.

    • Yes it is perfectly safe. It will take about 5-10 minutes for the update to complete and reboot. Just make sure you charge the phone to 50% or above.

    • Sorry about the late reply. Disqus did not notify me about your comment.

      The Android 4.4.4 update file includes both Android 4.4.3 and 4.4.4. It is the official update from Motorola. If you don’t want to try it, wait for the OTA update, which will be of the same size.

  8. Why can’t i make calls? If i restart the phone i can make one or two calls and again it does not makes call.why?

  9. Hi Ashwin thanks for your help .i upgraded my Moto G indian to 4.4.4 .I have a doubt does this update bring any update to camera performance …

      • No changes to the camera. Battery life remains good as usual, but the overall performance of the device is slightly better. This update is mostly for security fixes, and a few minor changes. (New Dialer, pause/resume video recording etc)

  10. I updated from 4.4.2 to 4.4.4. All were god, but i have a little problem, battery drain. From 100% went to 85% in 6 hours. Why?

    Sorry my bad if i posted wrong

  11. Narendra Nagwan

    i read on a xda thread that placing the file in the root directory and then the phone will automatically recognize the file when you check for update in system update menu. so i m confused because i have placed the file on the sd card and not in any folder but it doesn’t recognizes the file even after renaming it. so can you tell me if i can do it this way with this file ,and if yes then plese suggest me the right procedure. and sorry for this looooong comment πŸ™‚

    • I tried that on two Moto Gs, it doesn’t work. That’s why I updated it from the recovery. It takes about 30 seconds for you to boot to the recovery and select the zip. And 10 minutes to update and reboot.

      Don’t worry, try the method in this article. It is safe and quite fast.

  12. Im from South America and i have a new moto g xt1033 bought in the US. It comes with 4.4.2 and it doesnt show updates for 4.4.3. Can I update straight to 4.4.4 using this post? Also i havent done any rooting or bootloader unlocking. Sorry for my english

  13. Muhandis Fadlilata

    I am from Indonesia running android 4.4.2 on Moto G. Is it safe to update my moto G to 4.4.4 from this update.

  14. Narendra Nagwan

    sir actually after talking to you tomorrow i was going to install the firmware by your way so i decided to delete that file,but suddenly i noticed that i have accidentally copied the “.zip” while renaming the file : Blur_Version.171.44.31.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.03.zip to Blur_Version.210.12.40.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.03.zip
    so it turned into “Blur_Version.210.12.40.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.03.zip.zip” the i thought that maybe it was the reason that my phone wasn’t be able to detect it then i tried again removing the extra “.zip” and surprisingly the “your system is up to date” turned to “new system update is available” saying “that system will now copy the file to system root and install it”. YES!!! it worked and now i’m running ANDROID 4.4.4 Kit-Kat. very very thank you for posting this file here. THANK YOU.

  15. Narendra Nagwan

    and sir i want to ask you about my moto g’s battery performance believe it or not it goes from 100% to 20% in about 6:00 to 6:30 hours.the company executives sent me a mail saying that calibration can fix this after doing a long procedure i got nothing beside a fully charged phone at the end with the same battery life. please! can you help me.

    • Uninstall unused apps. Most apps (like Facebook, Twitter) run in the background constantly checking for updates. This wastes RAM and battery. Try disabling the Wifi, 3G/GPRS, GPS, Bluetooth when you aren’t going to use it. Lower the screen brightness to the minimum amount possible.

      Bad network connections (WiFi or Mobile) will drain battery faster. So make sure you have a good reception. Try the tips from this article: http://www.androidpure.com/battery-saving-guide-smartphones/

      If nothing else helps, take a backup of your data and perform a factory reset.

  16. Narendra Nagwan

    actually i’ve previously done a factory reset when i was on 4.4.2 and believe me i m the only person who cares so much about battery i even turn off the data connection when not using. i have read somewhere that a full discharge and full charge cycle a week will make my phone realize that it actually has a 2070 mAh battery. Do you think it would help.

  17. Will installing this file prevent me from getting future updates or void my warranty?? Please reply…

  18. I want to keep my dialpad of version 4.4.2. Will i be able to keep it after update any setting to do so???

  19. hi, wiil this work in the philippines? i have 171.44.31.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.03 system version. pls help i want to update but i dont wanna brick my phone. im on pure stock rom. thanks in advance

  20. Hi, thanks a lot for your tutorial… can I roll back to previous firmware {http://sbf.droid-developers.org/phone.php?device=14} like the same way I updated ?

  21. Thanks a lot … You’ve made it very clear. The update works perfectly fine. Tired of waiting for Motorola to provide the update.

        • Let me guess. You copied the update to the card, and it showed you an update is available. Same thing happened to my friend today πŸ™‚

          • Yes !!! I copied your file in my sd and restart my phone after few minute i received Android Air update my moto g Dual πŸ™‚

          • After installing this update manually, will i able to get official updates from motorola and will it void my phone’s warranty?

          • Ok.. thanks for the info. I was desperately waiting for the update. Was checking for it every day. Can’t wait any longer. Brute Force :))

          • Android L will be available for the Moto G. It was reported by another blog, after they had asked a Motorola agent who confirmed that.

            But I have a bitter experience with Motorola chat support, they told me Android 4.4.3 would be released on July 14, and the company released Android 4.4.4 on July 9th. So I won’t trust their ETA, but I am very confident that Android L would come to the Moto G.

      • Can I try this method instead?

        “accidentally copied the “.zip” while renaming the file : Blur_Version.171.44.31.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.03.zip to Blur_Version.210.12.40.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.03.zip

        so it turned into “Blur_Version.210.12.40.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.03.zip.zip” the i thought that maybe it was the reason that my phone wasn’t be able to detect it then i tried again removing the extra “.zip” and surprisingly the “your system is up to date” turned to “new system update is available” saying “that system will now copy the file to system root and install it.” ??

        I have to copy the file to download and rename it to the above right??

    • Dude if you are from Asia just download the above zip file and place it in your Internal storage folder. And check for update using System>About phone. As simple as that. Android 4.4.4 Yay. Got it :))

  22. i want ato know after manual update will i got official update from motorola and did it factory rest my deive

  23. Hello Mr. Ashwin, thanks for the nice tutorial..

    Could you tell me that is there a way out to make Sim2 working on 4.4.4.?

    • Thanks for your kind words.

      Btw, both sim slots are working fine. Could you elaborate what is not working for you? Do you have a second sim icon in the status bar?

      • Hi ashwin everything is fine with update but my local airtel number is in roaming now what is the Reason???

        • Have you checked the “Mobile Networks” settings? See if the roaming option has been enabled. If it still does that, power off the phone, remove the SIM and put it back.

      • Jason Fernandes

        Hi, Ashwin
        I followed the steps above. The first method gave me an error halfway through the update process.
        I tried the second method. I got an error saying “/system/framework/core.odex” has unexpected contents.
        Please can you help me out with this.

          • Jason Fernandes

            I just unlocked boot loader and rooted my phone. Nothing besides that.
            By stock firmware do you mean android 4.3?
            1.How do I flash to stock firmware?
            2.Can you help me out with the steps involved please?
            3. Where do I get the stock firmware?
            Please help me out with this. Will be really greatful.
            Thank you for your time Ashwin.

          • Jason Fernandes

            Thank you so much Ashwin. I did as you said.
            Everything worked.
            Just one problem when I flashed my phone to stock 4.4.2.
            When I was on the last step “mfastboot.exe oem lock”
            It said failed. And now I’m getting the bootloader unloacked warning.
            I however went ahead and updated my phone to 4.4.4 just the way you said it.
            everythings working fine. Thank you so much.
            It is just that warning that pops up everytime I reboot my phone.
            How do I get rid of that warning??

          • Jason Fernandes

            I guess I should leave it as it is.
            Thanks Ashwin.
            Keep up the great work
            All the Best.

  24. Hi I copied 4.4.4 kitkat version ” Blur_Version.171.44.31.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.03.zip” to my moto g internal memory and I followed the steps up to apply from SD card, After that I got a error message like ” Installation Aborted” and from there onwards I am getting only black screen not even opening.

    I tried factory restore from volume keys but I am getting only black screen and I think the internal files may be removed. Please kinldy help me out from this. Thanks

      • Thanks for your reply, I got a small hope now thanks.

        I didn’t get this point ” Make sure MD5 checksum value matches the one you have” and please kindly let me know is it works because I think my mobile is in dead mode it is not getting open.

        • Every file will have a unique hash value, called a checksum. It is used to check the integrity of a file, i.e it will help you verify if the the file you downloaded, matches the one on the server, where you downloaded it from.

          For e.g: The MD5 vale of the zip file linked in this article is F917A3DCE8B3B2A7F16870818802A945

          Install HashTab on your Windows PC. It is free, and can be downloaded from: http://www.implbits.com/HashTab/HashTabWindows.aspx

          Once you install it, open Windows Explorer and right click on the zip file and select properties, then select “File Hashes”. You will see some checksum values. Please check if the MD5 matches the one given above. If it is different, you have a corrupted file.

          Btw, your phone is on the stock rom and recovery, right?

          • Really thanks for your time… replying to every one πŸ™‚

            Only Motorola logo is opening(uploaded the pic) for some 5 seconds and going back to black screen. And when I am using the volume keys then recovery options are coming(uploaded the pic). I tried again to apply from SD card but it showed empty files there. Before when the phone is working and when I copied the file to internal memory and tried to apply from SD card there is some files like “Alarms, Recovery…” But now the when I used SD card option it is showing no files there… I think the internal memory files also deleted. Is there any solution please let me know. Thanks

            sorry for the inconvenience

          • You are welcome. I am here to help everyone.

            Ok, first of your phone is not bricked, but it appears the system files have been corrupted. The only way to fix it is, by restoring the phone to factory settings.

            Visit this page on XDA and follow the guide:

            You have to use your PC for this method. Once you have flashed Android 4.4.2, re-download the Android 4.4.4 update from our link: http://d-h.st/x7g and follow the instructions on this blog article. πŸ™‚

          • Now as per the XDA post I am downloading “RETAILAS_FALCON_KXB20.25-1.31_cid7_CFC_1FF.xml_2.zip” and mfastboot-v2 and extracting to one folder and then I am entering into the boot mode with the help of volume keys and then opening CMD and entering the commands there…right ?? and it doesn’t effect the phone warranty right ?? Please guide me.


          • As per the XDA post now I am downloading the 4.4.2 file and mfastboot-v2 and extracting to one folder and then with the help of volume keys entering into boot menu and then opening CMD and entering the commands there….right ?? and this doesn’t effect the phone warranty ??

            Thanks Gud Nit.

  25. Hi Ashwin,

    What happens if I already updated my mobile over OTA to 4.4.4 Kitkat and again if I download the 4.4.4 Kitkat file and copied to internal memory and then apply from SD Card. Is it creates any problem ? Thnx

  26. Alright, I have a problem. I keep getting notified there is an ota update, I let my phone download it, and press install. My phone then powers off, reboots, and continues this cycle before finally giving up and telling me the update failed. Will it work if I try the 2nd method or is there anything else wrong?

    • Did you uninstall any apps like Google+, or any other which came with the stock ROM? if so, it will not work even if you try the second method. The OTA update runs a hash check for system files, if any is found missing or modified, it will fail.

      The only way to fix it is by flashing Android 4.4.2, and then updating to 4.4.4. Follow this guide to do so: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2700502

      Another reason could be a corrupted download, so you could try the my 2nd method. Though I doubt that is the case, I have never seen an OTA download get corrupted.

      • I didn’t uninstall anything, I think everything is how it should be. Is there any way to check though?

        • That’s strange. Usually the modding/removal of system files and custom recoveries are the only reason an update fails.

          What is the build number of your firmware? You can get it from Settings > About Phone.

          • My mistake, what I wanted to know what was the system version. πŸ˜‰

            i.e, “171.44.31.umtsds.Asia”

            A quick search for the build number you gave, tells me that you have the Asian version.

            So, go ahead and download the OTA from our mirror and try updating by any of the two given methods. I hope it works, else you will have to flash 4.4.2, after taking a backup of your data.

          • Alright, I’ll try using the second method. Thanks for the help, I’ll tell you after if it worked or not.

  27. I have a problem. I get notified that there is an OTA update, I let my phone download it, tell it to install, and then my phone powers off. It then boots normally, and after a few minutes reboots again, entering a cycle which lasts a while, after which the phone tells me the update was unsuccessful. If I try the 2nd method, will it work, or is something wrong with my phone?

    • Have the same problem here. OTA failed twice, I then downloaded the file and put it on the “sdcard”, the system detected it and tried to apply it but failed. Tried the second method, failed halfway while checking the package or whatever it is checking.
      I had it rooted and running CWM Recovery, now is back to stock 4.4.2 Recovery and unrooted. Same thing. Update doesn’t work either with CWM or stock recovery. Current version is 171.44.31.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.03. MD5 checksum is fine for the downloaded file.

      L.E. I read below that might be from some uninstalled/disabled bloatware. I’ll try to re-enable them. Anybody has a list with pre-installed junk?

      • Well, if you removed system apps, restoring them will not help. I’ve done that and it failed. The only way to restore stock ROM is by flashing a factory image.

  28. Its show every time installation abort.
    I tried both method you tell above , even I downgrade to stock 4.3 and stock recovery , now I m on 4.3 jb and not able to DO SO EVEN NOT ON 4.4.2

          • The only reasons an update fails are:

            1. Custom recovery.
            2. System files are modified or removed (including Google apps).
            3. If you have any extra system apps like Xposed framework, it will fail.

            The update file runs a script which checks for the original system files, and if it finds something extra or missing/modified, it immediately aborts it.

            Are you sure you haven’t done any of this? If so, you could contact Motorola and ask for help, but since you mentioned CM11, which means you are rooted and obviously have an unlokced bootloader, your warranty will be void.

        • No do not try updates meant for other phones on your device. Android devices require firmwares built for the particular model. This includes kernel drivers and other important software developed for the device’s hardware to run a particular version of the OS. Since each phone model has a hardware different than the others, it is impossible to update the OS with an update meant for another device. It will brick your phone.

          And you cannot even update other Moto Gs with this update. For instance, this update will only work on the Moto G Dual SIM XT 1033, other variants like the single SIM XT 1032 cannot be updated with this file. So wait for Gionee to update your phone.

    • Even I want downgrade to 4.4.2 from 4.4.4 kitkat because batery in 4.4.4 is draining quicker than before. Its a brand new 1 day old phone. Can I do it without rooting or unlocking it???? please help me to increase the battery life..

  29. Bought moto g yesterday. I updated it to 4.4.4 kitkat immediately after its hands on. battery is draining a bit fasteer in my phone. I keep the mobile data on throughout the day just for whatsapp and facebook, I dont chat that vigorously though.I play some games like smash it and candy crush saga. I cannot use it for more than 8 hours. 100% charging is consuming in that time.

    • Lower the brightness, disable Bluetooth, Wifi, GPS when not in use. Also observe the battery drain and the on screen time from the phone settings.

      Settings> Battery > Screen
      pull down the status bar> tap the battery icon >screen.

      Post a screenshot of it if possible. To take a screenshot press and hold volume down and the power buttons gently for 2-3 seconds. The image will be saved in /pictures/screenshots.

  30. i always get an error when trying to install it using the stock recovery, im not rooted and my phone is unlocked, ANY HELP? i already did a factory reset and nothing

  31. When i update it says system update paused and waiting for data connection to resume downloading and Nothn happens after that

    • Didqus did not notify or email me about your comment. Sorry about that.

      I am not sure if you still need help with this. But have you tried connecting the phone to WiFi?

  32. Paulo Jair Junckes

    Thanks a lot
    I let the phone update by itself and crashed on boot
    So i found this and just moved the OTA FIle to the memory
    It rebooted by itself and now it’s working fine again

  33. Sir my moto e system version is 4.4.4. And Bootloader is unlocked when I go android SDK platform tools and open command window here and type Fastboot recovery recovery.img
    It said can’t load recovery.img I have already ppaste recovery img in this folder and super ssu pushed in my phones internal storage before Pls help me what should I do for rooting my moto e 4.4.4..thanks..

    • The correct command is “fastboot boot recovery-twrp.img”. Follow the instructions given in the XDA thread from Step 7, then move to step 10.

    • Yes it will. You can expect Android OEMs to support their devices for a minimum of 18 months since the launch date. But Motorola even updated their 2012 Droid devices to KitKat.

    • Yes it is eligible. Most OEMs will support OS updates upto 18 months since the device was launched. Motorola even updated their 2012 Droid line up to KitKat.

  34. Thanks a lot for the wonderful post. My MotoG was stuck in “an update is currently being downloaded” screen since 2 months. It wouldnt do anything . finally I found this post and was able to follow simple steps n updated my MotoG to 4.4.4
    Thanks a lot.

  35. Thank you very much for your excellent instructions. I am new in Android phones and a search for my broken 4.4.4 update ended on this page. However, there was no info on where to put in the .zip file. So, by trial I ended up putting the file in SD Card folder using the AirDriod App. Restarted it and viola! it recognized the file and started the update. My Moto G is now the latest greatest. I have travelled from iphone 4 -> Widows Lumia 920 -> Moto G. hahaha!

  36. realy help full tutorial for me. actually i found error while updating with phone which is automatic. I get rigid about calling moto care.they suggest me to go moto care which is far away from my place. I update it with second method nd got success thank you sir.

  37. hello my moto g xt1033 is rooted & running cm-11 but I would like to restore to stock firmware. I have tried to follow instructions on several sites but can’t get them to work. Do you have a method which a newby could follow?
    thank you

  38. I have Moto G with 4.4.2 version asking update for every 30 min. If I update, whether my battery drag fast then this?
    what is your suggestion for me on this ?
    or else will you please give the method to stop alerting each 30 min..

    Thank You

  39. Hello i have Moto G XT1033 witch firmware 210.12.40.falcon_umtsds.AsiaRetail.en.03. How i chnage to GPE edition to have Bulgarian language on it.

  40. After the 4.4.4 update on moto x the phone is not detecting the sim …I have tried several sims but none seem to work.its just one week since I bought the phone but can’t get through this issue …kindly suggest a solution

    • MD5 is the checksum value of the file, used to verify the integrity of a downloaded file. If the MD5 hash of your downloaded file differs, it means you have a corrupted download, or a different version.

      You can use the free Windows tool called Hashtab (download from: http://implbits.com/products/hashtab/) to check the MD5, CRC, or Sha1 values of a file on your PC. You can also check it on your Android device, using a File Manager app which supports this. (eg: ES File Explorer, Solid Explorer.)

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