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Discussion in 'Droid RAZR MAXX HD' started by krazyace38, Nov 30, 2012.
Great Thanx. One more question. When you say internal data what exactly does that entail?
Thanks dmbatcofc for answering the ultimate question (that I didn't have the answer to).
You will lose all of your apps, phone settings, etc. If you've saved any pictures or music to your device and not a SD, you will lose that data too. Essentially it reverts your phone to how it was when you purchased it.
My pleasure! Always willing to lend out a helping hand to a fellow Droider!
It will erase everything (apps, texts, call logs, pics etc) that is not on your removable sdcard, making your phone like it was brand new.
As a guide for ideas when backing up and restoring texts, call logs, data, etc before reverting back to stock, see:
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wow, well i definately dont wanna do that. ill wait till i can streamline the update, hopefully someone will come out with a way to do that. whats the difference bt .39 and .41? cant be anything major
It is probably very minimal...might have a few bug fixes or it could be that it only has bloat (those unnecessary apps that Verizon forces on us) that was not included in .39 ... once the official OTA is out, we should hear what some of those differences may be.
I haven't seen a .39 to .41 comparison, but, from my personal experience, this build seems smoother and quicker. I'd take a look at TisMyDroid's post above regarding data backup. If you get your data backed up to your SD card (or other location of your choice), the reversion to ICS and sideload of the official JB takes less than 30 minutes.
I forgot to mention that the official OTA .zip is out and available for download to those wanting to get a head start!
I knew you might have the answer to that! Cool!
Where is the link to get the file?