[TOOLS] DROID RAZR Utility 1.6 [Now Contains 6.12.181 Fastboot files]

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  1. Claps1775

    Claps1775 Active Member

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    It has happened to me. Did you have your phone in ap fastboot? Try it a couple times and it might work. Open file and click run or have your extracted the files? Worth a shot.

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    I been getting failed download when I try to download this file on my phone. Only internet I have. Anyone download it fine?
    Thank you

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    Got it to download now. I cannot get phone to work work option 3. I have usb debugging on and in media option. Phone will not reboot and nothing happens when I reboot it. This happen to anyone?

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  4. jpcalhoun

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    You have to download the utility to your computer, not the phone. Or, are trying to download to your phone and transferring to your computer? The utility will not run on the phone. After downloading to your computer extract the zip file to its own folder and select the .bat file to start the program.
     
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    Overclock install not working? I ran it and it just starts Daemon and stops... let it sit for 5 min with nothing...

    I installed Eclipse ROM, could this be the problem? Are these files only meant for the stock ROM?
     
  6. ChubbzDuhClown

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    I'm completely new to rooting, and i was just wanting to double check before i use this utility on my phone because i dont want to brick it.
    But my phone is a Droid Razr version 2.3.6, system version 6.12.181.xt912.verizon.en.us..... will this work??
     
  7. jpcalhoun

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    Yes it will work exceptionally well. This utility is probably (most likely) the best utility for users who are not "root/MOD" experts...in my opinion it is a must for any user who has limited experience rooting or flashing ROMs. When you download the utility to your computer, extract the zip to its own folder on your c:// drive. Do not try to run the .bat file from within the zip folder...it usually won't run correctly. Once you have the utility running just follow the on screen instructions. There are options in the utility for Gingerbread .181 (you) users and users who have installed a leaked version of ICS. So, just make sure you are selecting an option designated for your phone (.181). If you use the utility to root you can also use the utility to unroot. Also, if you are feeling brave and want to try one of the leaked ICS builds stay away 6.14.84, .85 and .206. The leaks that are safe to install on your razr are .75 and .79. If you install .75 or .79 then you can use the utility to return to stock .181 which you are on now. Have fun...read all instructions and OP notes before you do anything.
     
    #43 jpcalhoun, May 18, 2012
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  8. ChubbzDuhClown

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    and when i do this i should have my phone usb debug and have it on charge only usb??
    and should i choose the gingerbread root <not for ICS>?
     
    #44 ChubbzDuhClown, May 18, 2012
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  9. jpcalhoun

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    Yes. I edited my post...give it another read.
     
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    Yes, you want the GB root.
     
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    Also make sure you have the Motorola drivers installed on your computer. That part should be in the instructions anyway. Just trying to help you cover all the bases.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk
     
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    Will voodoo work when the ota ics update hits? I haven't been able to find anything about it. im on .181 and just want to know if I have to unroot via the utility or rsd lite to except the update.
     
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