215 removal leak

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR Support' started by eek88dj, Sep 7, 2012.

  1. eek88dj

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    The instructions are for removing 214 leak to go back stock 211. Why isn't there instructions on 215 leak removal go back to 211 stock. Im not very good at this to figure it out. Can someone message me with instructions how to. Thank you so much.
     
  2. joshxdroid

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    Foxkat is your guy. He was the first to do it.
     
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    joshxdroid Senior Member

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    Thanks for the correction sydman
     
  5. djspy

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    Just use the Droid RAZR utility that's in the all eggs in one basket link. That's how i got mine back to
    211
     
  6. moset

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    Wait, so Matts 1.81 utility won't get you back from 215? Can someone provide a link to the thread?

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
     
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    Actually, Matt's utility should work as well, according to Matt himself. The reason I did the RSD Lite method was to prove it could be done. It's more complicated but I know that the RSD Utility is the one Motorola uses to flash their own devices both at the factory and at the stores if need be, so I simply felt it was a more reliable method - not to say that Matt's Utility is unreliable. People can have problems with RSD Lite, getting the phone to be properly recognized, and people can have problems with Matt's Utility as well. it becomes the flavor of the day for most situations.

    There are some that say RSD Lite as a flashing method is more "fool-proof", but it depends on whether the fool is the phone, the computer or the user! :blink:
     
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    Thanks, I guess it won't really matter though since Moto has Jelly Bean on the way. Or will JB be more like an update than an upgrade?
    Tell me when i can breath.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
     
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    I believe JB is a layer on the ICS Kernal from what I understand (though I could be wrong since of course there isn't a JB for the RAZR yet), so it should be more like an update than an upgrade (if we agree on the two terms...:icon_eek:)! :biggrin:
     
  10. moset

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    I would call ICS an upgrade. Not dependent on what was there before. I guess you are correct that JB will be more of an update which might require the correct version of ICS. So, we might have to be on .211.
    I wonder what "very soon" means.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
     
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    Let's clarify one thing, on the conference did Moto say ALL devices were going to be upgraded to Jelly Bean before the end of the year or just the new RAZRs? If so, does that mean us OG RAZR and Maxx users have to wait longer?
     
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    When I say ALL I mean the RAZR family.
     
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