I factory reset my phone because it wouldn't take the new ICS software push... and because it was having issues connecting to the internet, gps, etc. Now, when I go to get the update, I get the "System Update" is not available without a Motorola service account - message. It then asks me if I would like to set up a wireless connection to connect and set to one up. I already have the wireless set up at this point so it asks if I would like to use the existing connection. Yes, says I. So it tries to connect, can't, and tells me that I need a connection. *sigh* Stuck in the loop.
*edit* And I've reset it a couple of more times and no difference.
Last edited by jhenschen; 11-09-2012 at 06:44 PM.
I am getting that error on a rooted razr maxx ICS. I heard the Jelly Bean was available soon and tried to do a system update.
except for my Droid 2, I have not had to use Factory Data Reset.
I dont really want to now.
I do use Titanium Backup
fix the server pointer (real problem?)
reset then restore my data
Get Jelly Bean from a different source
Thank you for any advice you might have