Discussion in 'Droid RAZR Support' started by MattyP, Jul 22, 2012.
Another satisfied customer! dancedroid
I know alot of people are a little intimidated with trying something like this ... lord knows I was the first time. But it really is quite painless, that's why I made the instructions as simple and step by step as possible.
Very cool eirigance! I love your tag name!
Matty did a super duper job with those instructions. I think it takes the intimidation right out of it.
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I am about to take the leap. With any luck i will be running .215 shortly.
I'll be here for a little bit if you have any questions. If you do each step one by one you won't have any problems!
You go Josh! Woo Hoo! yet, another .215 convert! It is painless!
I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.
I have been rooted running the .211 build for a while now. Since I'm rooted, I started with course #3, and unrooted. I then went to course #1. I have the file on my SD card, boot into recovery, choose install update from external SD card, and the update begins.
Within a minute, I get a Status 7 error and the install is aborted.
Am I missing something?
Are you running a custom ROM?
I was running a custom ROM on the safeside of safestrap, but I went back to unsafe which would be my stock .211 I believe.
No it has to be completely stock .211 ... it's the custom ROM that's giving that error message, even on the safeside.
Ah ok then, thanks for the help, was hoping I wouldn't have to start over but oh well, guess I'll deal with it
Thank you again
The only way to do it is on completely stock ... you would have to use Matt's utility version 1.8 to go back to stock .211 ... and then do the course to upgrade. You can still do the root and unroot like in the course from .211, or you can root after it's on .215 with Matt's 1.8 as well. But it has to be stock .211, and no ROM.
And I need to add that to the course requirements LOL
Had no problems, running .215 as we speak
It really was painless wasn't it?? dancedroid
Congrats man, yet ANOTHER satisfied customer! (You passed the course LOL) :biggrin:
Thanks for the very easy to follow instructions! It was very painless i got a little worried when it was sitting on one step for quite a while, but it finally kept going. Now what remains to be seen is if i like out better, worse, or the same.
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