I'm glad the reset fixed it so that you didn't have to start the whole process over.
Thank you for the help, I have another question now... :-)
My SD card won't mount, so I cannot install Amazon apps...
Not finding anything exceptionally useful googling... I went to system settings --> storage and all the options there related to add cards are grayed out. I know it works, because I just flashed from it! I tried a reboot. I will try reseating it in a minute.
I just installed titanium backup to see if it would be able to freeze any apps and got this message...
Followed by this one...
So I went to busy box and ran the permissions fix script, then rebooted.
I can now freeze apps in Rom toolbox... :-)
Here's an even more simplified guide:
Download this script: http://droid.trbailey.net/dropbox/UPDATELEAK.zip
Download the boot.img for the version you want to install, try here or search Droid 4 ROMS (??)
[ICS Leak/Kernel/CRC] Droid 4 Build 6.16.213
The 213 kernel (boot213.img) is HERE
THIS SCRIPT DOES NOT CLEAR USER DATA SO YOUR APP DATA WILL STAY INTACT.
Copy the following files from the GB 219 update to the UPDATELEAK directory where you unpacked the script.
Double click menu.batCode:device-tree.bin ebr grfs.img logo.bin mbr preinstall.img radio.img system.img
Read, say Y and let it fastboot for you.
READ the last page and enter the command
Reboot again and update from sdcard.
Option 2 does nothing.
This is a slightly less confusing way to update to the latest leak. If you're having trouble understanding what to do or how to get the update to work, try this method. It might work for you.
Last edited by siggma; 06-25-2012 at 11:45 AM. Reason: add link/fix link
I can now freeze apps in Rom toolbox... :-)[/QUOTE]
I had the same issue with rom toolbox. Busybox version 1.18.4 is what fixed it for me.
Sent from my DROID4
Also the latest busybox for android version is 1.8.1 dated 11/14/2007. You might want to update. You can use this tool to do so:http://droid.trbailey.net/dropbox/d4icsroot.zip
Unpack and run "menu.bat". There is an option to check su and busybox versions and upgrade busybox to latest if you want.
FYI, The Busybox app in the market is NOT the latest version. The unofficial "official" busybox site is here: Busybox for android Since there are later versions (1.18.5 for ubuntu which is probably where your version came from) it would be easy enough to compile a newer version. The difference is that this one was compiled for and ON an android device so it will have all the correct path and library constants for android. The Ubuntu or Debian version will probably run but it might not be able to find all the tools since android and ubu/deb use different library or installation paths. (deb is usually /usr/bin ubu is usually /usr/local/bin).
Last edited by siggma; 07-01-2012 at 07:25 AM.