OP said bottom one...why does it say .223 to .246?
Well my phone is currently on .905 and I was trying the .246 file. I'll download and try .902 though. I'm a little out of my league here, just trying to get ICS on my phone since 43v3r root had been getting in the way.
Make sure you have the correct Motorola drivers installed on your computer & when you start RSDLite that it sees your phone before starting the flash.
You should see your phone listed in RSDLite when it is connected.
If it is not listed it will fail right of the bat since there is no phone connected as far as RSDLite can tell.
Kudos for writing this up. I did this before these instructions were posted and it worked great. Previously, ICS would download and attempt to install and fail every time. I was using OTA Rootkeeper to temporarily unroot but it would still fail all the time. This solved my problem.
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Rooted OG Droid; Stock Froyo 2.2.3 (Retired)
Droid Bionic, ICS 4.0.4, Ver. 6.7.246
Rooted Droid Razr Maxx, JB 4.1.2 Ver. 98.72.16
Running Stock with AdAway, Voodoo OTA Rootkeeper
Got .246 with little problems. Not sure if I edited the .xml file correctly since I thought I only removed the 2 EMstorage lines, but RSDlite said 19 of 19 written. Phone rebooted and came up. For some reason I thought my apps would be there, but that does not appear to be the case. The other thing I forgot to do was back up my Text messages on Handcent. Oh well at least I have a nice clean phone to reinstall selected apps again.
EDIT: This was coming from the .232 ICS version.
Last edited by Anomander; 10-27-2012 at 09:57 AM.
I hope I explained it well enough...