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Old July 8th, 2012, 01:47 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Lol - we were all jumping on the screenshot bandwagon there, eh?
Lol Me hearts native screenshots. Drocap was meh.

Also, I never had issues with car mode in any of the leaks even when I disabled VZW nav.

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I did - but then again it might have been something else - this time around I'm leaving everything pure stock so there is less to screw with my phone lol...

I'm already at a disadvantage b/c I'm not hitting 1.2 GHz, so why not leave it as fully stock as I can with all the apps I have installed and still show off to users just how fast this leak really is?
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I completely missed the "car mode" part, I need to read posts more carefully
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I completely missed the "car mode" part, I need to read posts more carefully
Still a nice screenshot though, dautley.
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That car app doesn't look any different than any of the other ICS leaks. Hopefully, it allows one to choose it as a default. In previous versions VZ navigator was the default. It did allow me to choose between VZ Navigator and a third party car dock app. Oddly, that car dock would still run in the background as it would sometimes be up if I tried to go to the home screen or some of the times when I removed it from the car dock. I'm in the process of installing .232 so I don't know if there are any new changes, but it certainly looks the same as what I've seen of the car dock mode already.
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I renamed it. Works fine.
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Battery update on .232 (extended battery)

I've been on WiFi almost the whole entire day. I haven't used it a crazy amount of time but I would say normal under my conditions (no talk time) for a weekend and I've been 8hrs 40min off battery and I'm at 70%. So this has definitely cured the battery woes from the .2233 leak.

Tomorrow will determine moreso how the battery is since it's a work day and I work about 14 hours with some shady cell areas
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Old July 8th, 2012, 07:44 PM   #59 (permalink)
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I flashed using the no data loss method, and let me tell you it was a breeze as compared to what I've been going through the past few weeks! So far so good but i haven't noticed to much difference from .230.
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I flashed using the no data loss method, and let me tell you it was a breeze as compared to what I've been going through the past few weeks! So far so good but i haven't noticed to much difference from .230.

I'm currently on .904, do I have to be on .905 to flash to .232??
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I'm currently on .904, do I have to be on .905 to flash to .232??
Welcome to the forums, mforeard!

Yes, you'll need to be on .905 to flash any of the ICS leaks.
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230 fixed my data drops once and for all. I wonder if I should stick with the 230 ics leak since I have no isssues ???
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230 fixed my data drops once and for all. I wonder if I should stick with the 230 ics leak since I have no isssues ???
I would say it's not necessary if you have no issues.
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Ok so I'm joining this kind of late... Is there any easy to upgrade to this from 230 without wiping or fxzing?
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So since this works without having to be rooted - is it worth flashing or wait for OTA?
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I'm considering installing this leak but i'm getting low on sd space,and since the zip is a whopping 331 mb, My question is, once i've installed this zip can I then delete it from my sd card?
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Ok so I'm joining this kind of late... Is there any easy to upgrade to this from 230 without wiping or fxzing?

Downgrade to 902 - No app or data loss use the 4shared mirror link it has the .232 update in it.
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Downgrade to 902 - No app or data loss use the 4shared mirror link it has the .232 update in it.
I click on your link and it opens strait to their site. No file to dl.
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I looked again and the only 4share link is in your sig, that I could see anyway
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Old July 10th, 2012, 07:39 AM   #72 (permalink)
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I looked again and the only 4share link is in your sig, that I could see anyway
here is the file SamuriHL_HouseOfBionic_v2.w6.7.232.zip - 4shared.com - online file sharing and storage - download - Dan Fibkins follow the directions in the link to the thread i posted
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I have his already, I thought you hosted the files with 232?
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That zip has .232 included with it. if you run that script it will push 5.9.905 and the 6.6.7.232 to your sd card, flash 5.9.902 and before you reboot you will flash 5.9.905 and 6.7.232 in recovery all while saving your data.

if you just want the .232 file, unzip that file and go to updates folder. 6.7.232 is the file the say 5.9.905 to 6.7.232
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On the same subject, would data be lost or phone formatted with the 232 update?

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On the same subject, would data be lost or phone formatted with the 232 update?

TY.

If you use the house of bionic method, no data is lost. It's actually pretty simple.
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booo the file was deleted from the site....its all good .229 is working like butter!
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However, your system data is lost as /system is formatted when installing .902.
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noob here....I've searched over many forums and this appears to be the least brutal one I could find! Others seem to be less tolerant of "inexperienced" noobs asking a bunch of questions! LOL
I've been carrying a droid for several years and even had some experience in successfully rooting a couple....however....I have now in my posession a bionic that is not "up to snuff" after having removed some apps that were apparently needed for the contacts application to work. Namely, the Yahoo suite of software (app, authenticator, etc).
Here's the scoop....I "unrooted" the phone and took it back to V store and they performed a factory reset...no good. Contacts still do not work. So currently my phone is unrooted (tried re-rooting but got adb errors).
How can I apply the full leaked version to get my phone back to it's original out of the box state.....so I can re-root it again (and leave yahoo apps alone!!!!)?
If someone can provide this info I would greatly appreciate it....but don't spend a lot of time if it is already posted elsewhere....just point me in teh right direction.
What app should I use (RSD, fastboot, etc...)?
Can I use the Blur_Version.5.9.905.XT875 file refered to in this thread....

Any help would be greatly appreciated....
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Try a full fxz with RSDlite, that would put you back to stock .902, then you can taket he OTA to .905 then install the latest leak of ICS

http://androidforums.com/bionic-all-things-root/480176-how-flash-5-9-902-rsdlite.html

If you have any questions dfib is usually really fast ot reply.
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Thx for reply goldz28....

I must be challenged as the files I've downloaded from the link provided are not recognized by the RSDLite software as valid. Unzipping the download provide me with a full file structure under a dir titled after the zipped file but when browsing with RSD.....nothing. What am I missing and\or looking for?
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ok...found my own issue...was using RSDLite 5.5....loaded 5.7 and it at least found the zip file and uncompressed it...BUT...got this message:
"Please check input file. Either XML format is wrong or image files associated with it are missing"

wut now?
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After you download the fxz file all you should have to do is unzip it. RSD should find the correct file in the folder. I'm not the best at explaining this technical stuff.
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Maybe you got a bad download, I would try another one.

Link to .902 FXZ file - Droid Bionic - RootzWiki
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hehe....that was the response I got from two different downloads....

searching again.......

thx!
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searching again.......

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You don't unzip the file. Leave it as a .ZIP and let RSD find the .ZIP.
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You don't unzip the file. Leave it as a .ZIP and let RSD find the .ZIP.

I've never done it like that and it worked for me
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I've never unzipped, and I've been doing FXZ since second week of ownership.

I'm pretty sure plenty of other people here will say the same.
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I've never unzipped, and I've been doing FXZ since second week of ownership.

I'm pretty sure plenty of other people here will say the same.
I'll have to check it out. I'll get screen shots as well
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First pic shows the file folder on my desktop



Second pic is RSDlite open with the fxz.



So am I doing something wrong here?
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First pic shows the file folder on my desktop



Second pic is RSDlite open with the fxz.



So am I doing something wrong here?
The only thing I see that's different is that your Version of RSD lite is different from mine. I have RSD lite 5.7. Maybe that version of RSD lite doesn't uncompress zip files like RSD 5.7 does.

I've done it both ways. I think if you unzip the FXZ and use the xml file directly, RSD lite will no longer need to uncompress which saves time. I think that's the only difference between unzipping and keeping it zipped.
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i currently have eclipse v3.0
system:5.9.905
android 2.3.4
kernel 2.6.35.7

its rooted with safestrap 1.07

can i flash this rom?
is yes, can i use the safestrap to flash it? or do i need to use bootstrap to flash it?

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This is not a rom but an ICS leak. If you want to try it you will have to flash the 5.9.905 fxz nback to stock and the install it through stock recovery. If you have a nandroid backup of .905 you can use that but then need to flash a modified 5.9.905 to save your data and remove safestrap. In order to flash this leak you can not have safestrap or bootstrap installed.
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Old September 16th, 2012, 08:18 PM   #97 (permalink)
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I just noticed i lost 4G when i updated to 232. Any ideas how i might fix my radio?

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You should not have lost it, in fact it should have gotten better. You can try the usually suspects - toggle airplane mode, use hte phone info menu (*#*#info#*#*) and toggle radio off / on, or toggle CDMA only, then back to LTE) and see if they help....
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Maybe it was a coincidence and 4G was lost on the tower side and 3G was not?

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