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Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Roms' started by phooker, Jul 19, 2012.
So where do I download the patch?
Or, you can skip the patch, and do what I said...which is load RSD, open the XML file in the 905_FXZ directory, and use that.
I feel like an idiot...I can't find it, and the folder I downloaded from you says it has nothing in the 905 folder.
Then you didn't download one of the full packages previously, which the patch requires. This all goes back to reading the OP that I linked to I'm afraid. I pm'd you what you need to do.
Got 232 up and rooted. Its different.
not sure if this will help but I've been getting my info from droidhive AND I've uploaded the 232 update to my server, there's a link in the thread here
I'm reviving this thread to ask if the .232 ICS leak is still the smoothest Bionic ROM that has consistent data connectivity.
So... is it?
It is in my opinion. They say that 246 is actually the most stable, solid leak so far. But do to the enhanced security measures on 246, i would still recommend 232. U can get back to ginger bread from 232, so its still the safest leak to flash.
Thanks for the response. That's all i need to know.
I see your a pretty active member on here. I apologize in advance, but verizon just issued my an awesome bionic in replace of my old sh@tty thunderbolt. I have flashed ROMs before, and all that jazz. But I never owned a motorola device. I've been reading through these threads, and to be honest I feel there is so much more stuff I need to do in order to root and flash a ROM.
If it's no trouble, can you please direct me to where I need to go to learn how to root my new bionic? Also, reading your comments regarding a stable, reliable ROM with everything working, it looks like you recommend ICS .232???
Again, my deepest apologies for posting this, just wasn't sure where else to post.
Thank you so much for answering my post, and if you need to message me, please feel free.
See the links in my signature for a starting point. Read before doing.
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