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  1. Thom

    Thom Guides Guide

    Reference

    Bionic Tips - Secrets

    Bionic - Return to Stock System

    Return to stock GB (Gingerbread) 5.9.905
    Return to stock ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich) 6.7.246

    Return to stock JB (Jelly Bean) 98.72.22 (currently not available)
    ... many thanks to
    OutOfPhase for this step-by-step description

    Bionic - Hardware Repair


    Bionic - Information from Verizon

    Verizon User Guide - Droid Bionic by Motorola - Ice Cream Sandwich (11.1MB)
    Verizon User Guide - Droid Bionic by Motorola - Gingerbread (8.75MB)
    Vehicle Navigation Dock - Droid Bionic by Motorola (560KB)
    Getting Started - Droid Bionic by Motorola (8.64MB)

    Bionic - Official Releases

    98.72.22 - Soak: 2013.04.15 - OTA: 2013.04.1
    98.72.22.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.1.2 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.22.00R LTEDC_U_09.1D.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version
    3.0.8-g4a62d00
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid48 #1
    SMP PREEMPT Fri Mar 8 15:16:35 CST 2013 - Kernel version
    9.8.20-72_VZW-22 - Build number
    Fri Mar 8 14:50:18 CST 2013 - Build date

    6.7.246 - Soak: 2012.10.19 - OTA: 2012.10.23

    6.7.246.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version
    3.0.8-g4328f8b
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid83 #1
    SMP PREEMPT Thu Sep 20 17:31:11 CDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-23 - Build number
    Thu Sep 20 17:14:54 CDT 2012 - Build date

    5.9.905 - production OTA - released 2012.06.13
    5.9.905.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    2.3.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_04.07.02R LTEDC_U_07.1F.00 - Baseband version
    WT-1.3.0-108_DBN-24 - Webtop version
    2.6.35.7-g4fc328e
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid80 #1 - Kernel version
    5.5.1_84.DBN-74 - Build number

    5.9.902 - production OTA - released 2012.02.10
    5.9.902.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    2.3.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_04.07.00R LTEDC_U_07.1F.00 - Baseband version
    WT-1.3.0-108_DBN-24 - Webtop version
    2.6.35.7-g83f1a47
    vwm736@il93lnxdroid43 #1 - Kernel version
    5.5.1_84_DBN-71 - Build number

    5.5.893 - production OTA - released 2011.12.12
    5.5.893.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    2.3.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_03.1C.57R ltedc_u_05.15.01 - Baseband version
    WT-1.3.0-108_DBN-21 - Webtop version
    2.6.35.7-g68606e6
    vwm736@il93lnxdroid43 #1 - Kernel version
    5.5.1_84_DBN-62 - Build number

    5.5.886 - production original - released 2011.09.08
    5.5.886.XT875.Verizon.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    2.3.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_03.1C.50R ltedc_u_05.15.00 - Baseband version
    WT-1.3.0-105_DBN-1 - Webtop version
    2.6.35.7-g790a33c
    hpn683@il93lnxdroid29 #1 - Kernel version
    5.5.1_84_DBN-55 - Build number

    SD Card Naming


    In
    this forum the term SD card refers to the non-removable SD card in the Bionic and SD-Ext card refers to the removable SD card.

    Previous Android devices had internal storage and a removable SD card. The Bionic has internal storage on an internal SD card (SD) (some of which is visible) and a removable SD card (SD-Ext).

    The Files app that came on all Bionics refers to them one way, the ASTRO app (from Android Market) refers to them by their folder name, and the Titanium Backup Pro app (from Android Market) refers to them a third way.

    Untouchable internal storage ...
    none -- Files
    none -- ASTRO

    Internal -- Titanium Backup Pro
    Internal SD card (SD card) ...
    Internal phone storage -- Files
    sdcard -- ASTRO
    SD card -- Titanium Backup Pro
    External SD card (SD-Ext card)
    SD card -- Files
    sdcard-ext -- ASTRO

    Ext SD card -- Titanium Backup Pro

    Bionic System Update Considerations

    Factory Data Reset
    It is strongly recommended that you do a FDR (Factory Data Reset) immediately after installing the ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich) update. There have been very few problems reported with the FDR and the typical problem-after-problem with app-after-app reports never happened after ICS when an FDR was done. See ...
    http://androidforums.com/motorola-droid-bionic/631700-ics-ota-fdr.html#post5073060 ... for more information.

    Freeze Instead of Delete
    If you have decided to root your Bionic you have assumed the responsibility for what happens after that point. A popular activity is to remove apps that you think are Bloatware. If you delete the these pre-installed apps on your root-ed Bionic your attempt to install a system update will probably fail. You need to freeze the pre-installed apps and then thaw them before attempting the update. After the update you can freeze them again.

    Android Information and Terms


    Bloatware
    Verizon pre-installs a lot of apps on the Bionic before it is delivered to you. 99% of these apps can not be disabled unless you are root-ed. The common euphemism for this pre-installed software is "bloatware". There is a big debate as to disabling them or not ... some people say the difference is irrelevant ... they tend to call it pre-installed software. Other people have a near religious commitment to deleting it ... they tend to call it bloatware. If you choose to disable it you should "freeze" it and not "delete" it. (See Freeze later.)

    Brick
    If you have a root-ed Bionic it is possible to put it in a state from which it will not operate and the only solution is to buy a new Bionic. You have turned your Bionic into a BRICK. (It is strongly recommended that you do some research before root-ing your Bionic.)

    CPU
    Central Processing Unit (abbreviation and not an acronym) is the element on the Bionic motherboard that methodically interprets software instructions and performs them one after the other. The maximum published speed of the Bionic CPU is 1.0GHz.

    Freeze
    When going from one sanctioned release of the system to the next sanctioned release of the system (supplied directly from Motorola/Verizon) the process checks for the existence of a lot of software on the current (old) system and will fail if it doesn't find it.
    As a result it is a bad idea to ever delete any apps (bloatware). Instead you use a third-party app (like Titanium Backup Pro) and "freeze" it preventing it from ever running but still leaving it installed. (It is strongly recommended that you do some research before root-ing your Bionic.)


    Overclock
    Every Bionic contains a CPU that methodically interprets software instructions and performs them one after the other. Every CPU is rated to operate correctly at a specific speed (frequency) or less. There is always some margin above this upper limit that can be used and it varies from CPU to CPU. A CPU with a maximum published speed of 1.0GHz may actually be capable of running at 1.4GHz. Another identical CPU might only be able to achieve 1.2GHz.
    The faster the CPU runs the more work that can be accomplished in the same amount of time. Unfortunately the faster the CPU runs the more heat will be generated that must be removed.
    If you are root-ed you can install an application that will allow you to increase the speed at which your CPU is clocked. If you exceed 1.0GHz on the Bionic that is know as Overclocking. Be warned that if you do this you may seriously damage your Bionic and worst case be require to replace it. (It is strongly recommended that you do some research before root-ing and overclocking your Bionic.)


    OTA (over the air)

    Any system production or leaked update that comes directly from Verizon/Motorola. Be aware that system upgrades are large patch processes that check for the existence of pre-installed software so they can patch it. If you are root-ed and delete these apps (bloatware) the update will probably fail. If you are root-ed and want to remove the apps (bloatware) you should "freeze" it and then "thaw" it before applying the update.

    Root
    A phone out of the box is un-rooted and as such is restricted in how an App running on it can access the device and/or other apps running on the device.
    Root-ing is running an un-supported modification (A.K.A. hack) on your phone Once and obtaining a circumvention to the restrictions.

    An application called SuperUser (or SuperUser Elite) can be installed and then authorize privilege to apps so they can perform functions that an un-authorized app cannot.

    In Play Store you will find some apps with a description that they require Root.

    The big difference between the un-root-ed world and the root-ed world is that in the root-ed world you assume the responsibility for whatever happens. Don't expect Motorola/Verizon to come to your rescue. You will spend a lot of time searching in forums like ...
    Bionic - All Things Root - Android Forums ... for more information. (It is strongly recommended that you do some research before root-ing your Bionic.)

    USB Connection

    Jelly Bean or Ice Cream Sandwich

    When you connect your Bionic to a PC using the USB cable that came with your Bionic a USB Connection menu will be available in the Notification Area of your Bionic where you can select Mass Storage, Media device (MTP), or Camera (PTP).

    If you select Mass Storage ... the PC will have exclusive access to the SD and SD-Ext cards. Two drives will appear in the Computer display on the PC (SD and SD-Ext card). If you attempt to access the SD or SD-Ext cards from the Bionic display you will simply get an error message. (You can label these drives on the PC display.)

    If you select Media device (MTP) ... the Bionic and PC will have shared access to the SD and SD-Ext cards. If you select the Portable Devices icon two drives will appear in the Computer display on the PC (Internal storage and SD card). You can access the files from the Bionic and PC.

    If you select Camera (PTP) ... the Bionic and PC will have shared access to the SD and SD-Ext cards.

    If you select the Portable Devices icon two drives will appear in the Computer display on the PC (Internal storage and SD card). You can access all the files from the Bionic and some of the files form the PC.


    Gingerbread
    When you connect your Bionic running Gingerbread to a PC using the USB cable that came with your Bionic a USB Connection menu will be available in the Notification Area of your Bionic where you can select PC Mode, Windows Media Sync, USB Mass Storage, or Charge Only.

    If you select PC Mode, Windows Media Sync, or USB Mass Storage ... the PC will have exclusive access to the SD and SD-Ext cards. Two drives will appear in the Computer display on the PC (SD and SD-Ext card). If you attempt to access the SD or SD-Ext cards from the Bionic display you will simply get an error message. Switch to Charge Only to allow Bionic access.


    If you select Charge Only ... the Bionic will have exclusive access to the SD and SD-Ext cards. The two drives will not appear in the Computer display on the PC. (If they were displayed prior to switching to Charge Only they will disappear and there is no way to access the SD or SD-Ext cards from the PC. Switch to one of the other modes to allow PC access.
    Android System Versions

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_version_history

    User Agent String


    UAString values presented by the Bionic browser to the web page server ...

    Android -- Mozilla/5.0 (... remainder varies based on previous UAString setting ...

    Desktop -- Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10_6_3; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.16 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0 Safari/533.16

    iPad -- Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; U; CPU OS 3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/531.21.10 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.4 Mobile/78367 Safari/531.21.10

    iPhone -- Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_0 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8A293 Safari/6531.22.7

    Froyo-N1 -- Mozilla/5.0 (Linux;U;Android 2.2;en-us; Nexus One Build/FRF91) AppleWebKit/533.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari/533.1

    Bionic Leaks (no guarantee)


    6.7.247 - 2012.09.27 - Click for discussion (locked - cannot revert to 5.9.905)

    6.7.247.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version

    3.0.8-g4328f8b
    w21529@zkr30lnxdroid18 #1

    SMP PREEMPT Thu Sep 27 13:39:32 KST 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-24 - Build number

    Thu Sep 27 13:19:45 KST 2012 - Build date

    6.7.246 - 2012.09.20 - Click for discussion (locked - cannot revert to 5.9.905)

    6.7.246.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version

    3.0.8-g4328f8b
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid83 #1

    SMP PREEMPT Thu Sep 20 17:31:11 CDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-23 - Build number

    Thu Sep 20 17:14:54 CDT 2012 - Build date


    6.7.244 - 2012.09.09 - Click for discussion (locked - cannot revert to 5.9.905)

    6.7.244.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version

    3.0.8-g4328f8b
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid83 #1

    SMP PREEMPT Sun Sep 9 07:58:28 CDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-21 - Build number


    6.7.242 - 2012.08.29 - Click for discussion (locked - cannot revert to 5.9.905)

    6.7.242.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version

    3.0.8-g4328f8b
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid83 #1

    SMP PREEMPT Wed Aug 29 07:43:48 CDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-19 - Build number


    6.7.238 - 2012.08.02 - Click for discussion (locked - cannot revert to 5.9.905)

    6.7.238.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version

    3.0.8-g4328f8b
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid83 #1

    SMP PREEMPT Thu Aug 2 17:00:51 CDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-15 - Build number


    6.7.235 - 2012.07.15 -
    Click for discussion (locked - cannot revert to 5.9.905)

    6.7.235.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version
    3.0.8-g44ffd6a
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid83 #1
    SMP PREEMPT Fri Jul 15 18:42:09 CDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-12 - Build number

    6.7.232 - 2012.07.06 -Click for discussion
    6.7.232.XT875.Verizon.en.US- System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version
    3.0.8-g44ffd6a
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid83 #1
    SMP PREEMPT Fri Jul 6 03:57:28 CDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-9 - Build number


    6.7.230 - 2012.07.02 -Click for discussion
    6.7.230.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version

    3.0.8-gfe28dfa
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid86 #1

    SMP PREEMPT Mon Jul 2 04:20:15 CDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-7 - Build number

    6.7.229 - 2012.06.27 -
    Click for discussion
    6.7.229.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    wt-3.0.0 - Webtop version

    3.0.8-g034ebc
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid53 #1

    SMP PREEMPT Wed Jun 27 09:41:27 CDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-6 - Build number

    6.7.2233 - 2012.06.20 -
    Click for discussion
    6.7.2233.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.01R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    WT-3.0.0 - Webtop version

    3.0.8-g8f7e0
    wnp863@ca25rhe81 #1

    SMP PREEMPT Wed Jun 20 19:49:07 PDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2-223_DBN_M4-3 - Build number


    6.7.2231- 2012.06.19
    6.7.2231.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    4.0.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_05.13.00R LTEDC_U_09.14.00 - Baseband version
    WT-3.0.0 - Webtop version

    3.0.8-g008f7e0
    w21549@ca25rhe81 #2

    SMP PREEMPT Tue Jun 19 11:44:27 PDT 2012 - Kernel version
    6.7.2_223 - Build number


    5.9.904
    5.9.904.XT875.Verizon.en.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    2.3.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_04.07.01R LTEDC_U_07.1F.00 - Baseband version
    WT-1.3.0-108_DBN-24 - Webtop version

    2.6.35.7-g4fc328e
    hudsoncm@il93lnxdroid89 #1 - Kernel version
    5.5.1_84.DBN-73 - Build number


    5.9.901 ... leaked OTA (a first) ... 2011.12.19
    5.9.901.XT875.Verizon.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    2.3.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_04.06.00R LTEDC_U_07.1E.00 - Baseband version
    WT-1.3.0-108_DBN-24 - Webtop version

    2.6.35.7-g83fla47
    vwm736@il93lnxdroid43 #1 - Kernel version
    5.5.1_84_DBN-70 - Build number


    5.8.894
    5.8.894.XT875.Verizon.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    2.3.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_03.1C.57RLTEDC_U_05.15.03 - Baseband version
    WT-1.3.0-108_DBN-21 - Webtop version

    2.6.35.7-g68606e6
    hpn683@il93lnxdroid29 #1 - Kernel version
    5.5.1_84_DBN-62_MR-2 - Build number


    5.7.893
    5.7.893.XT875.Verizon.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    2.3.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_03.1C.57R LTEDC_U_05.15.02 - Baseband version
    WT-1.3.0-108_DBN-21 - Webtop version

    2.6.35.7-g68606e6
    vwm736@il93lnxdroid43 #1 - Kernel version
    5.5.1_84_DBN-62_MR-11 - Build number


    5.5.886
    5.5.886.XT875.Verizon.US - System version
    DROID BIONIC - Model number
    2.3.4 - Android version
    CDMA_N_03.1C.50R ltedc_U_05.15.00 - Baseband version
    WT-1.3.0-108_DBN-21- Webtop version

    2.6.35.7-g68606e6
    vwm736@il93lnxdroid43 #1 - Kernel version
    5.5.1_84_DBN-55 - Build number


    ... Thom

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  2. dguy

    dguy Well-Known Member

    I think early 2012 is extremely optimistic for ICS on the Bionic. I think anywhere in the first half of 2012 is more reasonable as an educated guess on when we're getting it.
  3. Thom

    Thom Guides Guide

    Noted.

    ... Thom
  4. xmr405o

    xmr405o Well-Known Member

    Roots not required on the latest update? Oops. Sorry. I guess I'll need to read and catch up. Thanks Thom!
  5. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

    No, the leaked OTA updates floating round use the stock recovery to install. Thus, no rooting is required at all - all that is needed is a pure stock image (full bloat).
  6. moondrius

    moondrius Well-Known Member

    This is correct. You only need root if you are attempting to pull the ota to your device. If you download the zip of it you can install in in the stock recovery without being rooted.
  7. doogald

    doogald Guides Guide

    Nothing to do with the Bionic, but, purely pedantic, version 2.0.x as released on the OG Droid was also Eclair...
  8. fyrmd

    fyrmd Well-Known Member

    Where would we find the 5.7 update?
  9. beefyy

    beefyy Well-Known Member

    does 5.7.893 fix the camera lag? it is almost un-usable!
  10. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

    Technically, for 5.5.893 and 5.6.893, neither one *requires* you to have root - you can flash a stock, non-rooted and non modified from 5.5.886 to 5.5.893 and then flash 5.6.893 over that just flashed 5.5.893. See the link I post below:

    Easily upgrade to 5.7.893 AND keep root - xda-developers

    All updates to 5.X.893 , where X ε {5,6,7}, are doable without any root, since all are linked right there in the first post.

    Caveat: you need to be on 5.5.886 to start this. if you are not, you'll need to post below so links to other updates can be provided (591 --> 593 and 592 --> 593). Since those are only going to be happening for folks that have already updated at least once, you should already know where to get these updates from.
  11. fyrmd

    fyrmd Well-Known Member

    When I try and download the 5.7 file, it states the hosts bandwidth has been exceded. Anywhere else to get the file?
  12. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

    Hold tight: I'm going to upload them to my MF account and post the links shortly.
  13. dave1812

    dave1812 Well-Known Member

    I have two Bionics here. Neither takes longer than roughly 1/2 second to shoot images in 8MP mode. 6MP wide may take longer... (using the original OS)
  14. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

    5.5.893 Update:
    5.6.893 Update:
    5.7.893 Update:

    PM me if you absolutely *NEED* these files as they are now outdated.
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  15. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

    Yeah, video in 720 mode sucks on stock .886 and pics in 6 MP mode suck on .886.

    Video in 1080 mode looks much much smoother and pics in 8 MP mode look much much smoother and better and are easy to shoot.

    I haven't fully tested on 5.7.893 yet, but so far it is just as good as before for the higher resolutions.
  16. Thom

    Thom Guides Guide

    All adjustments noted.

    ... Thom
  17. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

    I've linked to them by uploading them to my MF account - want the links to put in the OP also?
  18. Thom

    Thom Guides Guide

    ?

    ... Thom
  19. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

    I uploaded the leaked updates (all 3 of them) to my MediaFire account. I linked to them in the All Things Root forum so folks could continue to download and apply the updates.

    I was just wondering if you wanted the links here as well, since they do not require root, or if you just want to keep this post informational only....
  20. dave1812

    dave1812 Well-Known Member

    My current big gripe with the original OS is regarding the constant refocusing in video mode. that is the only issue I have regarding the camera, unlike others who have complained about slow camera focus.

    Do you have any info on video focus issues, using the newer leaks?
  21. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

    haven't tried it yet. The very first day I made a video it was refocusing badly. After I went into the settings I made sure that 8 MP and 1080 p were the norm.

    I'll post a 1080 p video I made using the BIONIC and let you see for yourself - at 80 MPH on the Interstate, no less....

    EDIT: GRR! I deleted them without thinking last week. No I don't have the proof anymore....
    $#%#@$%@#$%!!!
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  22. Thom

    Thom Guides Guide

    There is a lot of interest ... if you give me the references I will list them.

    ... Thom
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  23. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

  24. Thom

    Thom Guides Guide

    Done.

    ... Thom
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  25. Thom

    Thom Guides Guide

    Originally Posted by jntdroid [​IMG]
    To clarify something, there is no 5.7.894 for the Bionic, only for the D3 right? Seeing mixed messages on a couple of other forums that I think are misinformation based on what I've read...

    There is... But it appears that it does nothing other then plug the known vulnerabilities that have allowed root access. DO NOT INSTALL 5.7.894 at this time!

    ... noted in summary ...

    ... Thom
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