http://www.mediafire.com/?1p1njv4cyo6th7i don't try to install it, just put it in system/apps and make sure the permissions are rw- r-- r-- then reboot.
here is a free root browser, if you don't want to buy root explorer https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ot.browserfree
you should see a box something like this (ignore the dots)
owner (check) (check) (blank)
group (check) (blank) (blank)
others (check) (blank) (blank)
change the checks to match above if needed.
I accidentally restored an older software version (9.16.6) and this morning received notification that an update was available. I dl'd and let it install but it failed. I followed Kachow's instructions for a manual update(which failed again) and the error I got was "apply_patch_check /modem/image/dsps.b01" along with a bunch of numbers. I have yet to do a FDR or SBF(trying to avoid those). Any suggestions?
Alternatively, I noticed that there's a stable release of CM out for the xt926. Would I be able to avoid having to deal with all this if I switched ROMs?
1. How would I go about flashing back to stock? Do I use this: DROID RAZR HD Utility 1.21 - [SCRIPT] DROID RAZR HD Utility 1.21 - Windows/Mac/Linux - xda-developers
2. If I do flash back to stock, can I use TitaniumBackupPro to restore all of my apps and settings (homescreens, etc...)? (I have scheduled full backups performed weekly and synced to my dropbox, I assume I would just reinstall Titanium, connect it to my DropBox and restore from the Batch Actions page?)
3. I plan to try out CM 10.1.3, Can I just go to CM directly without flashing back to stock and the locationconsent issue might go away?
Thanks! Sorry for the n00b questions, don't have as much time these days to dedicate to this stuff.