DroidForums.net is the original Verizon Android Forum! Registered Users do not see these ads. Please Register - It's Free!
Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12
Results 11 to 13 of 13
Like Tree6Likes

Thread: Received replacement Maxx today...next step?

  1. Super Moderator
    FoxKat's Avatar
    Member #
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    2291 times
    DROID MAXX XT1080!
    Premium Member
    Quote Originally Posted by bocabean View Post
    I am inclined to believe that the probability that I will experience any trouble with the new device is relatively low, although I know not 100% guaranteed. Having said that, I am happy to give rooting a shot finally. So is your recommendation to start with the Classroom leak above? I have to plead ignorance when it comes to all of the terminology of "root", "rom", etc. etc. If I can see all of that in one place, it will make perfect sense to me. I'm guessing that all of the "Rooting for Dummies" books have all been checked out at the library! I never had any fears in my Blackberry days.
    Well to put it bluntly, Matt L Groff has given of life and limb to build and hone a tool that is invaluable and has been the savior of easily tens, potentially hundreds of thousands, and quite possibly millions for all I know. That tool, the Droid RAZR Utility, has taken all but the most unique situation problems and wrapped them into a 1,2,3,4 menu selection process. If you can follow simple instructions and don't suffer too badly from ADD or ADHD (I am a tad both, I think), then you should be alright. Given that you've walked the walk with the Blackberry already (and 'thems' was the "Wild West" days), then I am confident you'll come out shining like a newly polished pair of riding boots!

    Go to the FoxKat's Razr/Maxx Jelly Bean Leak Classroom W/MattyP & Friends thread, read the OP through completely once, then for good measure - read it again. Once you're confident you have the steps down, do a dry run...using the instructions go to the various menus and see what they look like. Then download the required drivers and tools and prepare yourself for the wormhole into the new dimension that is Jelly Bean!

    Don't forget to say "HI!" over there, and don't be a stranger. You're now a part of this family and you'd better act like it!
    YellowJacket likes this.

    "Professor FoxKat"
    "Saving DROID Razr's, one battery at a time. :-)" - (credit SallyC)
    Avatar is Maxwell Smart, AKA Agent 86, from "Get Smart" (with his signature "Shoe Phone"), a SitCom TV series by Mel Brooks & Buck Henry, based on the spy thriller series, "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.".
    "Guidelines of Conduct" for DroidForums.net
  2. Master Droid
    4low4fun's Avatar
    Member #
    Join Date
    May 2012
    15 times
    droid 4
    Quote Originally Posted by bocabean View Post
    Thanks Redsnk95 and YellowJacket. I am aware that the apps will download from GP. More concerned about data, email and txts. I have in fact been using a number of options but I am always afraid of double up.

    For my contacts and calendars, I use DejaOffice on the phone along with CompanionLink on the desktop. That has been working great for me. It has kept my Outlook files in good order. I also have been using Rerware's Mybackup, I believe that it is a Pro version. What I am uncertain of is whether or not the MyBackup app will also back up the text messages. Hopefully it does. I just checked out SMS over at Google Play, and I found various reviews by Maxx users that were not entirely happy with it. The comments seemed to consistently state that even though the text messages are restored, they are done so in random order.

    I pulled the SD card from the phone and connected it directly to the desktop (via an adapter). From there, I created a folder for the information on the SD card and then I used Xcopy /s under a DOS command prompt to copy over everything into the PC folder. I chose to do that so that the files would have their original dates.

    I am going to have to ship back the old phone, once I have retrieved everything. I am considering going ahead with rooting the new phone and I am wondering if that should be done before or after I bring everything over. It seems that the logical choice would be to first root and get the phone to JB. I have never rooted before so this will be new for me. Also, can I do it before activating the new phone.

    My guess is that Verizon will not release the official JB update until 11:59 PM on March 31st.

    Thanks again,

    Take it from experience.. keep your phone for a minimum of a week before rooting... verizon is know for sending crappy refurbs or CLNR's.. A lot of those phones are someone else's problem...
  3. Senior Droid
    bocabean's Avatar
    Member #
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    8 times
    Razr Maxx

    Re: Received replacement Maxx today...next step?

    Thanks for the advice. I just received email that the second replacement is being shipped today.

    Sent from my GT-N8013 using Tapatalk HD
Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12


Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts

Similar Threads

  1. Received replacement nexus
    By EddieSFL in forum Samsung Galaxy Nexus
    Replies: 11
    Last Post: 03-15-2012, 01:28 PM
  2. For those who received replacement TB
    By wallstreet123456 in forum HTC ThunderBolt
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 05-18-2011, 08:25 AM
  3. For everyone that has received a replacement device
    By NADA918 in forum Droid X General Discussions
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 08-11-2010, 02:33 AM

Search tags for this page

activate replacement razr maxx
back up unrooted maxx to computer
how do i copy text files from razr maxx to replacement razr
how do you activate replacement razr maxx
how to move pictures from old phone to replacement droid raz

move settings to replacement razr maxx

sms backup out of order android
transfer of data from razr maxx to a replacement razr maxx

transfer text messages to from old razr maxx to new


transfering contacts on replacement razr maxx

Click on a term to search our site for related topics.
Find us on Google+