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[Recovery] TWRP v2.2.2.1 for the XT925

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11th December 2012, 08:27 AM |#11  
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Can't this be done on the phone?

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12th December 2012, 06:35 AM |#12  
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Not that I know of...

Okay I did it with winzip, deleted the assert line and I got able to finally flash cm10. Thanks a lot pal!

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12th December 2012, 09:14 AM |#13  
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Okay I did it with winzip, deleted the assert line and I got able to finally flash cm10. Thanks a lot pal!

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Glad it worked.
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21st February 2013, 07:43 AM |#15  
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I get the Droid with a red exclamation mark when trying to boot this. I followed the prompts exactly as required.

I have an XT925 running 4.1.2.

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21st February 2013, 02:33 PM |#16  
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I get the Droid with a red exclamation mark when trying to boot this. I followed the prompts exactly as required.

I have an XT925 running 4.1.2.

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Any message on the device or the command line when flashing the recovery file?
8th April 2013, 09:46 PM |#17  
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No it doesnot once you flash it will boot once but after that if you try to come to it later it will show the droid guy with a red exclamation mark.

This version does seem to work properly on my unlocked 926: http://goo.im/devs/Hashcode/vanquish...y-vanquish.img
It can consistently reboot to recovery now without the droid guy and without having to reflash TWRP. It even works with the Quick Boot apk.
9th April 2013, 02:36 AM |#18  
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For newly unlocked VZW Droid RAZR HD folks (xt926):
I've added the motorola specific fastboot binaries to my goo.im area:

http://goo.im/devs/Hashcode/vanquish/fastboot

Pick your OS and download the files to somewhere that you can run them from. Then place the recovery file in that same dir. Run the fastboot flash from a command window cd'd to that dir.

Also for XT926 users: I added a new build of TWRP 2.5.0.0 in the main folder for vanquish:
http://goo.im/devs/Hashcode/vanquish/

Enjoy.

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For newly unlocked VZW Droid RAZR HD folks (xt926):
I've added the motorola specific fastboot binaries to my goo.im area:

http://goo.im/devs/Hashcode/vanquish/fastboot

Pick your OS and download the files to somewhere that you can run them from. Then place the recovery file in that same dir. Run the fastboot flash from a command window cd'd to that dir.

Also for XT926 users: I added a new build of TWRP 2.5.0.0 in the main folder for vanquish:
http://goo.im/devs/Hashcode/vanquish/

Enjoy.

Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk 2

Very nice. Excited about my phone again.
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9th April 2013, 08:56 PM |#20  
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Originally Posted by Hashcode

For newly unlocked VZW Droid RAZR HD folks (xt926):
I've added the motorola specific fastboot binaries to my goo.im area:

http://goo.im/devs/Hashcode/vanquish/fastboot

Pick your OS and download the files to somewhere that you can run them from. Then place the recovery file in that same dir. Run the fastboot flash from a command window cd'd to that dir.

Also for XT926 users: I added a new build of TWRP 2.5.0.0 in the main folder for vanquish:
http://goo.im/devs/Hashcode/vanquish/

Enjoy.

Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk 2

Hi Hashcode. The 2.5.0.0 does not have the ability to use External SD for backup storage as the 2.4.4.0 does.
EDIT: Sorry, I stand corrected.

2.5.0.0 does have the option to backup to external SD. It's toward the bottom. It's a grey bar that says "Storage: Internal Storage." You tap that and you can switch it to Micro SD card."

THANKS for your support for the XT926 now that we're unlocked!

Additional: I was successful on my unlocked XT926 using 2.4.4.0 to backup existing stock rom, flash a different rom, then restore the original stock rom. I would use 2.5.0.0. but as I said it does not seem to support the External SD card. Also, when flashing the new rom I had to mount /system by checking in off in the settings. I was mistaken. 2.5.0.0 is fine. It does have the Ext SD option.
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I installed this on my unlocked atrix. But the touch dosent work.

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