How To Flash Motorola Stock Firmware With RSD Lite Tool

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How To Flash Motorola Stock Firmware With RSD Lite Tool

The majority of Android devices come with official methods and flash tools that make it simple to install Motorola Stock Firmware firmware. This tutorial will show you how to flash Motorola firmware with the RSD Lite Flash Tool. This tool or process does not need any of the other professional tools to fix your Motorola phone.

It is a free RSD Lite Tool with the most recent version that will require flashing Motorola Stock ROM without any risk of hard brick.

Install Motorola Stock Firmware With RSD Lite Tool

RSD Lite is a Motorola tool for installing software on Motorola Android devices. The application can be used for a variety of purposes, including rooting a Motorola phone. RSD Lite’s application tasks and user interface are straightforward and simple to use. Your warranty will not be void if you use the RSD Lite. However, if you don’t know how to root or flash Motorola devices, you could brick your phone.

The Benefit Of Motorola Stock ROM:

  • Flash Stock To Unbrick your Moto G22 XT2231-5
  • Fix boot loop issue
  • Update and Downgrade Moto G22 XT2231-5
  • Unroot or Fix Bugs
  • To solve the lag or stutter on Moto G22 XT2231-5
  • Fix software issues.
  • Return to stock for warranty coverage.


You need to have a Motorola Smartphone or Tablet to follow the following guidelines. If in case you are not having any Motorola Device or your device is not built by Motorola Mobility LLC, then the following tutorial will not work for you


Install or Flash .xml Firmware (ROM) using RSD Lite Tool

Download and install the Official Motorola USB Driver on your computer (if in case you have already installed the Motorola USB Driver on your computer then SKIP this step).

Download and extract the Motorola RSD Lite Tool on your computer.

Once you have extracted the RSD Tool package, you will be able to see the following files:

Now, Open the RSD Lite Tool Setup and install it on your computer.


RSD Lite Tool Setup

Once the installation is completed, launch the RSD Tool on your Computer. Once RSD Tool is launched, you will be able to see the following screen:

launch the RSD Tool

Now, Click on the Browse button and locate the Motorola Stock Firmware that you wanted to flash on your  Motorola Stock Firmware  Motorola Device (assuming you have already downloaded the firmware).


locate the Stock Firmware

Once you have successfully added the firmware, the complete file properties will be shown on the right panel.

successfully added the Motorola Stock firmware

Now, Connect your Motorola Device to the Computer (make sure it is in fastboot mode. To boot into fastboot mode: Press the Volume Down + Power button).


Once your device is connected to the computer, it will be shown in the device list area.

device is connected to the computer

Now, Click on the Start button to begin the Flashing or installing process.

Click on the Start button


The flashing or Installing process may take up to 5-10 minutes to complete (depending on the size of the firmware).

Once the Flashing process is completed, you will be able to see the Finished Message.

Flashing process is completed

Now, Disconnect your Motorola device from the computer and restart it.


Congratulations, you just learned to use RSD Lite Tool to Flash the Stock Firmware on any Motorola Device. however, if your Motorola phone is equipped with a Qualcomm chip you can also use  QPST 2.7.422 With QFIL

Final Words

This is all about flashing Motorola flash tool RSD lite tool firmware. Simply follow a specific set of steps to flash your Motorola Android phone without risk. At the time of writing, all of the new RSD lite tool versions have been thoroughly tested and are fully functional.

If you are having trouble using the RSD lite tool for flashing, please leave a comment describing your problem. We will attempt to eliminate all potential errors and quarries.

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