Droid 4 utility updated in my signature will flash all the GB files, if you were on ics before then the ics only tool should work. It will write over your system folder.
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You're not supposed to do it with RSDLite, you're supposed to use the Droid4 Utility to flash 219 and the ICS kernel. Then you apply the ICS update via recovery.
ok so i tried reflashing and updating n the tool froze and my fone is bricked >.< i tried to reflash and it didnt work n now my device is lock in AP Fastboot -___________________- i am losing all hope and idk what to do anymore except file for a claim for a replacement fone....
I'm running rooted and rommed with eclipse rom on gb, can I. Just turn safesystem off and the install the flash boot files that way or do I have to flash on the stick files then unroot? Just a little confused as of right now lol.
Try this: toggling back to your stock system, uninstall the custom recovery in the safestrap app, using a file explorer go to the system/bin folder, look for the file logwrapper and logwrapper.bin. Delete the logwrapper file and rename the logwrapper.bin to just logwrapper. If that doesn't work then I would suggest using rsd lite and restoring to stock.
You should also uninstall the safestrap app to there are two different versions one for ICS one for GB. You can install voodoo rootkeeper to keep your root. Just install then temporary unroot and then reroot, then flash the ICS update in stock recovery.
Followed the directions for flashing with an SD card and it worked like a charm. Well, after I re-flashed it a few times because Windows decided to go to sleep in the middle of my first flash and caused the phone not to take the .219 files any longer and soft-brick. Had to buy a Factory Cable from a store on eBay in China, wait 2 weeks for it to get in, flash to .215 then to .219, then apply the updates as listed.
Loving ICS on the D4. SOOOOOOO much better than the stock GB OS. I wanted to throw the phone against a wall for the longest time, but now it's super-responsive and sleek. This is how the phone should have been launched in the first place.