2.3.6 update

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  1. gmen1818

    gmen1818 Member

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    Can anyone tell me how to download the 2.3.6 update? Cause clicking system update isn't doing it

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  2. Einsteindks

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    It ain't official, it's a leaked quasi-official update. Need root and a CWM based recovery bootstrap, and flashing experience.

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    Incorrect, I'm not rooted nor do no anything about bootstrap and I did it. All you need are two zip files, one to get you there and one to bring you back IF needed. Stop scaring people.

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    Nubia is right. You do not have to be rooted or use CWM recovery. You just download the leaked zip file, place it on your sd card, go into stock recovery and install update. Very easy. Then like he said, there is another zip you can download and do the exact same thing that will take you back to the version you are on now before the leak.

    However.... word on the streets is that users have already been getting the official update in a soak test and if they report positive feedback, the rest of RAZR owners will be getting the official ota with a week or two.

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    I must report that in the last 48 or so hours I have not lost 4g one time. (unless) I have turned it off myself. Enjoy! I highly recommend it. I was about to jump off a bridge I was so disgusted with the data loss. NOT NOW!

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    Don't jump throw the phone!


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  7. nubia

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    Good point "Johnny the K"...

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  8. Nyteravyn

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    How about a link to the 2 files? Dropbox anyone? :)

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    Phone Arena reported that there is a soak test coming for the RAZR. If that is the case, you may want to hold off on updating.

    When I had a Droid 2 global the update for gingerbread was leaked. The final version was slightly different than the leak. Those who had the leak had to sbf back to stock then do 2 ota updates to get the final version.

    Being patient for a few more weeks might save some headaches later.

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  11. tech_head

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    If you don't know what you are doing, stay away from leaks and ROMS.
    I'm so tired of people going to a leak or ROM then complaining that they can't get the OTA.
    Learn to go back to stock by RSD or whatever it's called BEFORE you "go off the farm".
     
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    AMEN...wise advice to any novice who is contemplating "tinkering" at this point. I remember the headaches caused by the leaked Gingerbread and the inability of those who flashed it and then couldn't understand how to SBF back to get the official upgrade when it was released OTA.
     
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