NEW ICS leak .238

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    dl only the HoB componets 1.0 and HoB 3.0 then install into your computer
    locate 235 238 zip file then copy and paste to ext sd , you can also us HoB to push the files but i prefer doing i manually
    run HoB select install 238 " basicly what this do is fxz you back to 905 "
    then boot into stock recovery and flash 238
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    You would be part of the .232 and lower crowd.

    For 232 or lower users, use INSTALL 238

    232
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    For 235 users, use REINSTALL 238
    235

    Sent from my DROID BIONIC using Droid Forums
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    Hmmmm. Nothing seems to work a lot better than on my current 232 and somethings seem to not work as well or be less polished (M screen). Maybe I'll still wait until the OTA, or actually until I get some feedback on the OTA after it's been out a day or two.
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    I skipped 235 but I noticed a noticeable improvement in battery life on 238. It's been on battery for ten and a half hours and I'm still at 91%.. flash works clocked at 1.2ghz
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    WTF!! Thats amazing battery life. Was your phone on standby that whole time? 3g or 4g? Extended battery or standard? Smart actions?
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    Oh yeah, it's an OEM extended battery. I abhor "smart actions", I turned on 4g and wifi a few times every couple hours to check mail and new ics and tethered wifi a couple times.. watched a few minutes of.. ahem.. sports :)
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    89% twenty minutes after being 91%.. the trick I found to extending the life is to turn on data only when you use it then turn it off
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    Cool. I need to toggle data like that. I run 4g at all times with extended battery and i average from 10 to 15 hours a day. I tried to mess with smart actions but it seems a little too complicated when mostly what its doing is turning data on and off. Thanks
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    ok i maybe late to updating to 238 but i cant find the 238 file link to install it

    edit: why do i feel really silly???? thanks samuri for the HOB.. this was by far the easiest update i have ever done on any phone.
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    Installed 238 the Hard way. It's working but when i restart or shutdown it restarts in fastboot unless i boot recovery then select normal startup?
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    Yeah, I'm on. 235 and. 238 has too many bad reviews so far. It seems pretty shaky...Idk.

    Sent from my ICED. 235 DROID BIONIC using Droid Forums
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    I've not heard any of these bad reviews...then again, almost all I've seen of it are on this thread saying how good it is.

    Sent from my ICS Bionic
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    Where have you seen bad reviews?
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    Been on 238 since last night. Seems pretty smooth aside from one time it restarted on me. But other than that all is good.
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    It's just that I've seen a couple of people saying that things like it re-starting on them a lot, not being able to install due to some corrupted files...things like that. I've browsed this forum and DroidHive and I'm just one of those people that the bad stuff would happen to. lol I tried installing it myself, screwed it up, thought about trying again, then decided to stay where I was at w/.235. Don't get me wrong, I've seen plenty more good than bad, but I'm just kind of paranoid about I guess since I seen those couple of posts and my install attempt went so badly.
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    Yea i hope that doesnt become an ongoing issue. It really sucked jist happening once.
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    Well, when you want to be on the cutting edge of technology, you may get cut sometimes. Almost all of the Michael Crichton novels have that mantra.

    Hopefully that'll go away after the OS settles in. It seems that they work better after a few days.
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    Indeed...
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    Yea now that you say that i have noticed that these leaks run smoother after an initial hiccup. Happened to me on 235 when wifi wouldnt connect, then the next day it miraculously worked. I do believe that there may be a “settling in" process.
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