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Old July 13th, 2012, 09:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Some links to help you to ICS Now with .246 FXZ (updated 10/23/12)

This thread has changed to help people get to .246 and now includes the .246 FXZ, flash with RSD lite

RSD Lite 7.5 http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?t1cnbzgc9ajuz3w
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Razrs Edge to root .246 http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?gckdctgg2jdn17g
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Full .246 XML file use RSD Lite: not hosted by me (third one down) http://sbf.droid-developers.org/cdma_targa/list.php
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MD5 a72c1c1ab6d5717611fe12d63723e9c4

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Well tried doing the update booted into recovery process started then it aborted with an assert failure.... I cleared data and cache etc... have tried a couple times it just wont go... any clues?

Im using the file from your link above..

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have you ever rooted, used safe strap or bootstrap, froze any app?
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Oddly enough it worked and is done now... i simply had to unplug the wall charger.... lol
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I don't know if the problem was me or you (probably me) but the download of .232 wouldn't finish. It cheerfully downloaded for 15 minutes, told me it had downloaded all MBs of the MBs of the file (sorry, can't remember the exact number), and that I had "0" seconds left to download, but it never completely finished it off. When I closed Chrome at that point (after it did nothing else for several minutes) the download showed up in my Downloads menu as "Cancelled."

I repeated. Same result. Tried (probably stupidly) to proceed with what I'd downloaded and (not surprisingly) got an error. Ended up having to download it from someplace else.
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Adara are you talking about the first link, ICS. 232? It just downloaded fine for me and looks like it has 55 downloads. Maybe MediaFire was having a problem. Sorry you couldn't complete your download.

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I noticed people wanting to try out the latest ICS build were having trouble finding links to some of the needed files so I am going to try to help out by hosting the files people are asking for the most. The below files have been used by me several times going from the various ICS leaks and back so I know they work. This post is not intended to provide support for any of the below files, just provide a additional place to get them. Your more than welcome to link to this post but please don't post the download links directly. If you have a problem with any of the links let me know and I'll look at it.

ICS leak .232 http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?t12ysso7q618c88
331 MB Warning, Ics leak 6.7.235 is available but not from here because .232 is the last ICS leak you can go back to the .905 ( gingerbread) upgrade path with.

RSD Lite 7.5 http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?vugt5r5t7kjn6xw
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The full XML file to FXZ back to .902 using RSD Lite Link removed, use .905 FXZ file instead.
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The full XML file to FXZ back to .905 using RSD Lite (going to .902 first no longer needed) http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?71oyq7h8eskax6d
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That first ics leak 232 when downloaded is named blur version 905....is that the correct file for ics 232?
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yes. moto names their files by what you need to be on to use that update.
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I am a bit of a newb when it comes to this but I went ahead and copied the zip onto my external and then booted into the recovery mode and I cannot select an option to install the zip. I am running .905 currently and wanting to go to .232

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I am a bit of a newb when it comes to this but I went ahead and copied the zip onto my external and then booted into the recovery mode and I cannot select an option to install the zip. I am running .905 currently and wanting to go to .232

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!! WARNING: ONLY PROCEED WITH FULLY CHARGED BATTERY !!
1.) You must start with stock, unmodified 5.9.905 system. (Rooted is ok).
2.) Download the update onto your external sd-card.
3.) Power down your phone.
4.) Hold down both volume buttons, then press power button.
5.) Select recovery by pressing volume down then volume up.
6.) At the fancy logo press both volume buttons.
7.) Select "apply update" and then select the file downloaded in step 1 (Use vol up/down to navigate and power to select).
8.) Reboot.
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!! WARNING: ONLY PROCEED WITH FULLY CHARGED BATTERY !!
1.) You must start with stock, unmodified 5.9.905 system. (Rooted is ok).
2.) Download the update onto your external sd-card.
3.) Power down your phone.
4.) Hold down both volume buttons, then press power button.
5.) Select recovery by pressing volume down then volume up.
6.) At the fancy logo press both volume buttons.
7.) Select "apply update" and then select the file downloaded in step 1 (Use vol up/down to navigate and power to select).
8.) Reboot.
sonuva...

I must have a crooked eye or something. I was pushing the volume down and the power button to get into the recovery mode!

Many, many thanks sir!
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I noticed people wanting to try out the latest ICS build were having trouble finding links to some of the needed files so I am going to try to help out by hosting the files people are asking for the most. The below files have been used by me several times going from the various ICS leaks and back so I know they work. This post is not intended to provide support for any of the below files, just provide a additional place to get them. Your more than welcome to link to this post but please don't post the download links directly. If you have a problem with any of the links let me know and I'll look at it.

ICS leak .232 http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?t12ysso7q618c88
331 MB
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*WARNING* 232 above is the last ICS leak you can go back to the .905 ( gingerbread) upgrade path with. Should you choose to flash version .235 below, you'll be on ICS forever due to new encryption used to lock down this version .
Ics leak 6.7.235 http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?1fchk8sw33cic1x
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RSD Lite 7.5 http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?vugt5r5t7kjn6xw
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Razrs Edge to root all ICS builds up to .232 http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?g9wvvy1g1cv9erf
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The full XML file to FXZ back to .902 using RSD Lite Link removed, use .905 FXZ file instead.
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The full XML file to FXZ back to .905 using RSD Lite (going to .902 first no longer needed) http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?71oyq7h8eskax6d
680MB
First, thanks for all the help to those of us less tech knowledged. Quick question, I downloaded and have successfully used ICS for a few weeks now. Unfortunately damaged my phone but through insurance have just gotten a replacement. Would it be best to go back to 905 before I send it back? I'm running 6.7.2233 and loving it.
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Asurion use to not care but I don't know how they are these days, if possible you should go back to .905 so you can return a completely stock phone just to be on the safe side. Remember ICS is a leak and officially were not suppose to have it yet
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Thanks again. I'm in the process of downloading 905 now but close to two hours? Wow, didn't think it was going to take that long. Well, wish me luck and I truely thank you and all the others who make this site possible.
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Adara are you talking about the first link, ICS. 232? It just downloaded fine for me and looks like it has 55 downloads. Maybe MediaFire was having a problem. Sorry you couldn't complete your download.

Has anyone else had trouble getting this file?
Yup, I just finished getting the copy to the sd card and tried 3 times. It says E: signature verification failed/ Instal aborted

Ok, so I went back and looked over everything and found I did NOT use the RSD Lite. So I will go back and download that and retry it again.
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Your flashing .232 with stock recovery on top of unmodified .905 as per post #14 in this thread, correct? you don't use RSD to flash ICS leaks.
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with the fxz files you need to use rsdlite. here is a step by step on how to do it. http://androidforums.com/bionic-all-things-root/480176-how-flash-5-9-902-5-9-905-rsdlite.html
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Yup, this is the broken phone I'm sending back and did get it to 905 with RSDlite. My replacement phone is on 905 too but I think I'm going to go back and ICS it again. I have tasted the IceCream and it is good. Now that I know how to go back to 905 and be able to get OTA updates when it does finally come out it should be easy. Once again, many thanks.
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Hey Dragon,flash .232 from sd card,from power up ,holding volume up/down and power,to .905 use rsd.
I'm tired of waiting on Moto and Vz,I might stay on .232.I'm done begging for an update!,Save those files!!!!
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Bought my girl a htc rhyme ,the word is the ics update is coming any day for it.I will be absolutely disappointed in both the powers that be if that comes before the bionic.
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I get an error every time I try to download the file on my phone
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Its the. 232 file, It just says download unsuccessful, no other error. It downloads on my PC fine
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So copy it over to the sd card via the USB cable.

That's how i do it anyway, b/c i always verify the MD5 first, and that is easier on my computer.
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How do I check the MD5 checksums? Sorry, I'm all new to this
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In windows i USSR a utility called HashTab, it integrates into windows explorer, so that you just select the file, right click, select properties, then pick the hash tab.

There are other utilities as well, but this is by far the most user friendly one that i have found
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Thanks guys...looks like I will install ICS 2night
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When ICS comes out OTA, should we expect a quick update or 2 to address any bugs that usually come out with a major OS upgrade?

Or is this a different thing where it will be pretty much stable from release and only updated no more frequently than we see now?
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My bet is not to expect a quick update, b/c the RAZR owners were like beta testers for us. It's also why it us Aug 1st and we still don't have an update.
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Need help, i've tried to flash about 5 times now....I keep getting e signature verification failed....I'm total stock 905.....help!
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Need help, i've tried to flash about 5 times now....I keep getting e signature verification failed....I'm total stock 905.....help!
What are you trying to flash? Are you rooted? If you are or were rooted did you freeze or delete any apps?
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What are you trying to flash? Are you rooted? If you are or were rooted did you freeze or delete any apps?
No root at all, trying to flash the first link posted in the thread, I haven't frozen or deleted any apps that I haven't downloaded off the market (play store)
! I was rooted by one of the "one click" root apps a while back but got rid of it a long long tinge ago!
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It is possible that the old root left something behind that is interfering. It is also speculated that the reason ICS has not been released yet is because some Bionics are having problems updating to ICS. You can use the stock modified 5.9.905 fxz file in this thread. It will restore your system if there was something wrong but keep your data at the same time. http://androidforums.com/bionic-all-things-root/480176-how-flash-5-9-902-5-9-905-rsdlite.html When that is done try and flash the 6.7.232 leak again
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OK, I have the 232 update sitting on my SD card. I have all the pics, mp3 files, etc. I want to save, on my computer. My real major concern is my contacts. If Back Up assistant is available on 232, I'm all set. If not, is thre a way to store my contacts on my computer? Thanks!
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OK, I have the 232 update sitting on my SD card. I have all the pics, mp3 files, etc. I want to save, on my computer. My real major concern is my contacts. If Back Up assistant is available on 232, I'm all set. If not, is thre a way to store my contacts on my computer? Thanks!
You won't loose contacts when updating but if you do back up assistant works.
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Thank you very much to Dautley and dfib. I flashed over to 232 this morning. I lost absolutely nothing. The way I did my flash was to download 232 on my computer and then transfer it to my phone. While it was on my computer, I opened the zip file out of sheer curiosity. I noticed all the Verizon bloatware in there - blockbuster, some NFL app, etc. Can you remove all that crap before you install? I didn't even try, kind of wish now that I had.
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you cant remove them before.
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I'm on rooted 905 now. I've used Titanium to freeze some bloat and Autorun Manager to disable some intents receivers. Should I try to return everything as close to the bone as possible before upgrading to the 232 leak?

Also, just to double check, do I just copy the whole zip file to external storage? Or are there just certain files that need to be extracted?

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Yes, pure stock. Restore everything to default / unfreeze everything.

You copy the whole file, do not extract anything.
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Ok, did all that.
When trying to apply the update, however, I get the following:

--Install /sdcard ...
Finding update package...
Opening update package...
Verifying update package...
Installing update...
Verifying current system...
assert failed: apply_patch_check("/system/bin/mount_ext3.sh","1810bb2cd607[...]","3a838[...]")
E:Error in /tmp/sideload/package.zip
(Status 7)
Installation aborted.

And I'm returned to the system recovery utility.

Tried running again and this time similar results except the line:

assert failed: mount("ext3", "MTD", "system", "/system")
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Upon further research, it appears that this is related to MD5 checksum failure on the mount_ext3.sh file. I did have forever_root but removed the lines by editing the file as per post #7 here: Status 7 when trying to install the ICS Leak

However, this did not help the issue.
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