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Old August 24th, 2012, 07:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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If your on a ROM based on one of the ICS leaks you may be sending more than you thought to Motorola. See Big Brother Is Watching! Bionic And Razr Users On Ics Read! [Updated] - DroidRzr.com

You will need root access to remove bugtogo.sh from the /system/bin/ directory. I have done it with no ill effects so far.

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Old August 24th, 2012, 09:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thanks for the heads up. Deleted it.
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Thanks for the information. I just renamed it with a .bak at the end. I try not to delete any file.
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Old August 25th, 2012, 10:42 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks for the information. I just renamed it with a .bak at the end. I try not to delete any file.
I moved it to my ext sd card. As most of us are going to have to fxz back to .905 for the OTA anyway, no big deal for me. I also completely removed most of the bloatware to see how much space I could free up in SYS ROM have 72.7MB free.
I'm figuring since I may be stuck with 232 till Nov, I might as well get it set up how I want it.
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Old August 25th, 2012, 11:29 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Correct me if I'm wrong but wouldn't sending Moto info like this help them to debug ICS and get it out to us?
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Correct me if I'm wrong but wouldn't sending Moto info like this help them to debug ICS and get it out to us?
Possibly. Or maybe they only take feedback from phones with electronic ID numbers that were actually supposed to get these early version, i.e. from the testers. Although with all the people that do install the leaks, they'd be smart to compile the data from all of those users and smooth out more bugs.

Oh well, I've had the leak installed for weeks now so if Moto was getting any feedback from my phone they already got plenty. Now I'm deleting it.
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Old August 25th, 2012, 02:09 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Correct me if I'm wrong but wouldn't sending Moto info like this help them to debug ICS and get it out to us?
I don't mind anonymous data but I'd rather not send screen shots etc, I always figured they were collecting data off of the leaks but given a choice I'd rather not send it to them.
Anyway no one is asking you to remove it if you don't want to, just letting everyone know its there.
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Anyway no one is asking you to remove it if you don't want to, just letting everyone know its there.
Appreciate the info.
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Renamed. I didn't see one, but is there a list of the things this script does?
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Old August 30th, 2012, 06:01 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Renamed. I didn't see one, but is there a list of the things this script does?
If you read the original article linked to in the OP it has a copy of the script which includes explanations of what the script does. To Motorolas credit they didn't try to hide what it's doing.
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Not good info.

I found this thread when I searched Google for bug2go. Yep, been around since Feb: http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1496233

I also found this post from that same search: https://forums.motor...d=560738#560738

Finally, independent confirmation that it is for running log reports by timmy: http://www.droidforu...nal-memory.html

I perused the script itself from the pastebin, and I didn't see anything really bad in it either.

It is a manually initiated process that you would only perform if you really felt like doing it or if you were participating on a bug test with Moto.
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I wonder if .242 has this script?
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I already verified that it does.

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John, if you go to System Settings, Developer Options is the Development Device ID still showing up right below USB debugging? Wondering also if the final ICS build for Droid4 and Razr also still has it?
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Yup that is still there as well.

I'll ask around for other devices, but my guess is yes.

We talked about it here ICS and Development Device ID

A Google search shows it also on Samsung GNex, so I'm betting it is not moto specific, but ICS specific. So, it should be on all ICS ROMs 9even if it is hidden by other OEMs).
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Yup that is still there as well.

I'll ask around for other devices, but my guess is yes.

We talked about it here ICS and Development Device ID

A Google search shows it also on Samsung GNex, so I'm betting it is not moto specific, but ICS specific. So, it should be on all ICS ROMs 9even if it is hidden by other OEMs).
Yes, I'm still wondering if it's a permanent feature or just displaying on development builds. I think I'm going to have to take the plunge on .242, I'm betting it's going to be the OTA and even if it's not Samuri's HOB looks much improved these days.
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Sam's HoB(o) and now HoR are making waves for those two bigger Moto families of devices.

I'm on .242, and there is not a lot different, mostly updated apps. If you restore apps / don't format /data make sure you uninstall any system app updates that you haven't moved into /system as the update will break until you uninstall and then re-update.
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Sam's HoB(o) and now HoR are making waves for those two bigger Moto families of devices.

I'm on .242, and there is not a lot different, mostly updated apps. If you restore apps / don't format /data make sure you uninstall any system app updates that you haven't moved into /system as the update will break until you uninstall and then re-update.
Made the jump Saturday and all is well
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Updated this morning to .242 w/HOB and everything seems good so far. I lost Google Now in the process though.
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Updated this morning to .242 w/HOB and everything seems good so far. I lost Google Now in the process though.
Which makes sense b/c GNow is a port from JB, and you're installing a new ICS leak. Just reflash the GNow as you did before to get it back.
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Thanks for the tip...
I did end up re-installing GNow and have upgraded to .244 since I posted.
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Yeah, I'm on .244 as well, and have yet to reflash GNow - I have v7 but wanted to make sure there is not a V8...and I just bought an Infinity so I'm spending a lot more time on that right now....
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