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Old September 8th, 2013, 07:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Below is the bottom of the Settings | About phone for the Droid Maxx. I don't have a Droid Ultra. Can someone please post the similar information for the Droid Ultra?

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It's in my post on this thread, before I ended up switching to the Maxx for the ridiculous battery life. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=44988207

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Thanks redpipe. I will repost it here if you don't mind.



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It's in my post on this thread, before I ended up switching to the Maxx for the ridiculous battery life. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=44988207

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Interesting. It is 12.7.4. The Maxx was 12.7.4 out of the box and then there was an immediate OTA update to 12.7.7.

Was there an OTA update of the Ultra to 12.7.7?

Can someone with an Ultra verify.

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Yes there was an available update to 12.7.7, I just kept rescheduling the OTA. I tried to mitm the OTA to find the link to the update file, but it was an SSL connection to api.svcmot.com . No luck without root. I also tried a million previous exploits including motochopper, the perf_event bug, and Saurik's impactor given that 12.7.4 was vuln to the master key bug 9695860... All failed
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Thanks for the information. Perhaps someone with 12.7.7. can post the listing.

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My Ultra will be here tomorrow and I will post the result.

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I found one reference where it was identical to the Maxx. I don't know if that reference was reliable.

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Here's the screen shot fresh out of the box, no OTA.


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Thank you very much. That verification is very helpful.

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Anything to help, now if only jcase would release root. Gahhhhhhhh it's driving me bonkers I can't use any of my paid for apps that require it.
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