Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by Dave12308, May 16, 2012.
If you run use rsd lite, you will lose your 2nd rom. Just add the xml to the extracted folder
If I don't format internal storage, and don't format data, I should be able to install Safestrap and have it pick right up, right? Or will it still be lost even if internal is not formatted?
I just noticed it was you john. How's it going? You will have to reroot and install safestrap and its recovery. If you want to keep your 2nd rom, you can moto-fastboot the 902 system & boot image.
The 2nd rom in in the preinstall. You can back-up your safe side and just restore it also.
I've updated using the download link in the OP. But my system says 904. Did I get a wrong link?
I appreciate your postings. However, I think it would help me and others if you could break up your comments into several full sentences. I'm not an English teacher or the grammar police, but having to interpret what you write because it is one long run-on sentence detracts from the message.
Doing well. Master's thesis proposal accepted, and I've switched into high gear with my research, so I don't get a lot of time to play like I used to. Still on my BIONIC, and still trying to stay abreast of updates. I basically want to verify that CM9 SelfKang has no issue with .905.
Thanks for the heads up for moto-fastbooting just .902 system and boot. Now, I have to dig up those instructions lol - been too long since I used Moto-fastboot - if I ever used it at all....trying to remember. Care to link me?
Ahh,, that is what I was thinking - I just copied the /safestrap folder to the external SDCard, and was planning on copying it back....
Were you on .902 when you performed the update?
Now that you're on .904 you'll need to FXZ back to .902 and then you can try the .905 leak.
Found them - well, enough of them to make it work.
Off to do this.
@john moto-fastboot commands http://db.tt/n9htuKVT moto-fastboot http://db.tt/ZcRTyIKR change directories to the folder on your desktop withthe images. cd /desktop/folder name
All I did was flash boot.img and system.img - I didn't do all of the rest of that. I did do boot before system though - but it booted back up. I'm off to compare abouthone screen shots to make sure I'm back on .902 and then will flash the .905 update.
(And I'm a packrat - I alraedy had moto-flashboot on my computer )
The system and boot is all you need for the update to take
I have only seen one report here on 905. I'm on the fence with this one after the 904 disappointment. Anyone have any information on how 905 is running?
Worked. back on .902 - now to flash .905. BBIAB
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