Has something to do with arcsoft videoeditor any help is very appreciated
Sent from my DROID4
Motoblur Update 219 +Download (Instructions modified for Root users) - xda-developers
Somebody there has a backup of the system files.
Damn! I had just rooted my D4, fiddled endlessly with TB and SetCPU and was looking forward to seeing better battery life. And promptly they come along with this update, which I just installed following the instructions over at the xda forum, and now - if I get better battery performance I won't even know: Is it the update or did rooting the phone make the difference?
Well, whatever it is - I'll be happy if I get a few more hours out of that battery.
Last edited by droidbound; 04-24-2012 at 09:56 PM.
Never stoop to the level of idiots. They will drag you down and beat you with experience.
Im right there with you man. I literally finished all my tinkering with freezing / SetCPU 2 days ago.
My hope is that this update, alongside the other updates the younger moto devices have recieved recently, is the precursor to an earlier then expected ICS drop. On my other moto droid devices (OG and 2) I recieved similar updates (also screwing up my tweaks I slaved over lol) a month or so before they got their tasty Google desert update
ok, so i had just bought my droid 4 on 2nd, and i hadnt rooted it yet. i was prompted for the update n it kept bugging me so i went thru with it, unfortunately. it updates, and is updated, but i am unsure if i can still root the fone since i updated.
****NOTICE, I NEVER ROOTED IT BEFORE THE UPDATE, SO DONT COME TO ME WITH ROOTKEEPER AND ALL THT CRAP PLEASE.(i just wanna know if i can still root my droid 4 without bricking it, n if i can, with what tools? any one-click tools?)
basically, if i updated, AM I BLOCKED FROM ROOTING?