[TOOLS] DROID RAZR Utility XT912 Jellybean -- Windows + Mac + Linux (All In One!)

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    This is ONLY for the DROID RAZR XT912 and DROID RAZR MAXX XT912. Do NOT use this on an XT910!


    DROID RAZR Utility XT912 Jellybean
    Use a Download Manager such as "Orbit Download Manager" for best downloading results.


    Mirrors:
    Dev-Host
    NetLoad
    Batakang




    Filesize: 480 MB (503,317,180 bytes)
    MD5: A97EE9A80CA38C9D4C85FFCAB828D8F0


    - Windows Instructions
    Extract .zip to its own folder on the Desktop.
    Install the required drivers. The folder with the drivers is called "Drivers [WINDOWS ONLY]" and is included in the Utility folder.
    Double click the ".bat" file. This will be called "WindowsUtility.bat" the image is just for reference.


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    - Mac & Linux Instructions

    Extract the .zip to any folder you like, the /Downloads/ or /Desktop/ folder should work just fine.
    Open a Terminal window. (On Mac: Applications > Utilities > Terminal)
    Learn your 'sudo' password. This is almost always your Admin password on a Mac computer. On Linux you should already know what this is, its yours account password if your account is an admin as well.
    Type the following code into the Terminal Windows, places where it says ***DRAG HERE*** are telling you to simply drag the folder there. For example: cd ***DRAG FOLDER HERE*** then press 'Enter' after each line.
    Code:
    cd ***DRAG UNZIPPED UTILITY FOLDER HERE***
    
    
    chmod +x ./LinuxMacUtility.sh
    
    
    bash ./LinuxMacUtility.sh

    You will be asked for your sudo password at least once in the Utility process, so make sure you followed the instructions to learn it.


    Functions of the DROID RAZR Utility XT912 Jellybean:
    Code:
     1  Flash Official Jellybean Firmware (Wipe Data)
      2  Flash Official Jellybean Firmware (No Data Wipe)
      3  Razr Blade: Motorola Droid Razr 4.1 Root Exploit by djrbliss
      4  Install Safestrap 3 App by Hashcode.

    Number 1 Explained -- This option requires your phone be in AP Fastboot mode. It will flash the official Jellybean firmware to your device and will wipe data.


    Number 2 Explained -- This option requires your phone be in AP Fastboot mode. It will flash the official Jellybean firmware to your device and will NOT wipe data.


    Number 3 Explained -- This is Dan Rosenberg's DROID RAZR 4.1 Jellybean exploit called 'RAZR Blade'. This option requires your phone to be booted normally, with USB Debugging enabled. (Note, please change the USB connection to MTP (Media device),for this part of the utility to work properly).


    Number 4 Explained -- This option requires your phone to be booted normally, with USB Debugging enabled. It will install Hashcode's App for Safestrap 3.11.


    Remember, do not run this utility unless your phone is at 100% battery OR you have bought yourself one of Team Black Hat's Factory-Style Programming Adapters.


    Thanks to Hashcode for Safestrap and Djrbliss for RAZR_Blade!​


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    You're the man Matt... Great work as always.
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    I have a few questions:
    Will the JB version that is flashed be rooted?
    Will I be able to return to ICS if need be?
    Coming from ICS should I run option 1?

    Thanks
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    Hope I answered everything..


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    I have a rooted Razr Maxx but it will not flash Jellybean. Do I need to unroot first?
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    Posting more information than: "it will not flash" would really help me see what's wrong. It should flash unless directions were not followed.

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    I have a Razr Maxx running ICS and rooted. I am unable to flash Jellybean. Do I need to unroot first?
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    No you don't explain your issue!

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    I am running ICS which is rooted. I downloaded XT912 Jellybean, extracted. I restarted the Razr in AP fastboot, plugged the phone into the computer, opened XT912 and tried option 2. The phone just sits there and does nothing. De bugging is shut off.
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    Did you install drivers?

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    I bet that is the problem. I am on a different computer. Where can I get the correct motorola drivers? what version?

    And.....by the way.... Thank you for the help!
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    They are included. And the OP does tell you to install them.

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    I installed the drivers, tried option 2 again and still nothing. The phone screen (in fast boot mode) says the device is LOCKED and Status Code: 0
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    It does say --waiting for device-- correct? And it is plugged in?

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    It does not say waiting for device. It is plugged in.
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    If it doesn't say waiting the its not running or looking for your phone. As per directions did you extract the utility to its own folder on your desktop? If you are running inside a zip it will NOT work or even look for the phone.

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    IMO Nothing says "thank you" better than a donation using the link Matt provides at the bottom of each post.
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    In my haste, I didn't extract the files. WOW, I feel bad for wasting your time, but at least you were able to tell me what I was doing wrong! Got it, though. It appears I lost root. I had used voodoo ota rootkeeper before.

    Thanks for all your help!!!!
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    Quote from OP..
    This would have saved us both a lot of grief if you read these. I don't want to seem rude and I try to help everyone with issues on every forum that I can... but really?
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    Thanks matt! Wasn't even considering upgrading to jb from 215 until I saw this. Once I download post upgrade on my next day off I'll use your magic "buy me a six-pack" link to, well, buy you a six pack. Thanks again
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