DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX Jelly Bean Update Rolling Out?

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  1. jtpowell

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    I had the update notice and it paused itself then disappeared and told me I was up to date. I sideloaded it through recovery after pulling it off xda forum.

    It's smoother and faster.
    Apps seem to crash less.
    Chrome is built in.
    Default actions prompting and resetting are different
    Google Now

    It required a few reboots for things to work altogether for me. Each reboot said updating system apps. So far no regrets. Oh for those wondering yes, webtop is still there, still 3.0.0 no change.
     
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    So I downloaded the zip file, do I need to be rooted to install this?
     
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    No, but you may wish to check out my thread mentioned a few posts above.

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    Got you covered Foxkat..I re-advertised your class right above your post..lol.
     
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    If there's one thing that makes me proud, it's members helping members! Without that level of community support, this wouldn't be the greatest Android forum that it is. Thanks!:D

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    Just paying it forward sir..just paying it forward..lol
     
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    No. You simply download it to your SD card and make sure to have USB debugging and allow unknown sources to install software onto your device. I had update failure a couple times because I didn't have allow unknown sources checked off. Download to SD card and go into recovery clear cache twice at least then apply update from external storage. Mine works flawlessly with 4.1.2 and I actually have better scrolling across screens. Battery life is the same, possibly slightly better, remains to be seen.

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    Thanks everyone! I got it installed yesterday and it's wonderful. I don't care that there are 2 folders of "camera" photos under the gallery. It's really smooth and snappy, makes my phone feel all new and tingly!
     
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    The link from My Droid Files was the wrong size to be the reported JB update. I went to the link from CrackFlasher - it is in the folder OTA and then XT921 - 4.1.2. This file is the right size and appears to be updating my phone to JB as I write. I'll let you know if I run into any problems.
     
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    Weird..that's the one I used and I didn't have any problems...what's the size file suppose to be..my was 300 something.
     
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    Size of file I applied post-download was 331mb. Size shouldn't vary because you would have extra files or missing stuff and the software may not as smoothly after installation.

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