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I am from Bahrain, if you can help me out to resolve my problem
This is how I did it. You need RSD Lite 5.6 and ROM you already have and, of course, pretty much battery charged (50% at list, otherwise could be a mess). Also, you need ADB installed on your computer in order to get the phone recognised.
Power down your device. Press and hold the Vol+ and Vol- keys, then press and hold the power button until a white screen appears and you can now release all three buttons.
Use the Vol- key (and ONLY the Vol- key) to scroll through the list. Scroll until “AP Fastboot” is highlighted and press the Vol+ key to select it.
Connect the USB cable to both your PC and phone. NOTE: At this time, you may see drivers trying to install but they may not all be successful (that’s okay). But your computer does need to recognize your Razr as a ADB interface device (if it does not, you probably do not have ADB configured properly and you will not be able to flash your phone.
Open RSD Lite and use the program (button to the right of the “Filename:” box) to open the .zip file containing your fastboot files.
When prompted, select the “Uncompress Only” button on your PC.
After it has uncompressed the files, ensure that RSD Lite shows “connected” on one of the ports and make sure that your phone shows “USB Connected”. If you are still not connected you may need to unplug the device and plug it back in (I had to do this one of the times I did this procedure).
Press the “Start” button at the top of the RSD Lite application and let it do it’s thing. Don’t touch the phone, don’t unplug the phone…just walk away or sit quietly and watch. This process should take approximately 15-20 minutes in total so BE PATIENT and just wait!
Once the steps have completed, your phone will reboot…JUST KEEP WAITING. You will see the stock recovery screen and it will need a few minutes to flash the factory ROM.
When you see the phone’s lock screen you disconnect the USB cable and close RSD Lite.
 
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This is how I did it. You need RSD Lite 5.6 and ROM you already have and, of course, pretty much battery charged (50% at list, otherwise could be a mess). Also, you need ADB installed on your computer in order to get the phone recognised.
Power down your device. Press and hold the Vol+ and Vol- keys, then press and hold the power button until a white screen appears and you can now release all three buttons.
Use the Vol- key (and ONLY the Vol- key) to scroll through the list. Scroll until “AP Fastboot” is highlighted and press the Vol+ key to select it.
Connect the USB cable to both your PC and phone. NOTE: At this time, you may see drivers trying to install but they may not all be successful (that’s okay). But your computer does need to recognize your Razr as a ADB interface device (if it does not, you probably do not have ADB configured properly and you will not be able to flash your phone.
Open RSD Lite and use the program (button to the right of the “Filename:” box) to open the .zip file containing your fastboot files.
When prompted, select the “Uncompress Only” button on your PC.
After it has uncompressed the files, ensure that RSD Lite shows “connected” on one of the ports and make sure that your phone shows “USB Connected”. If you are still not connected you may need to unplug the device and plug it back in (I had to do this one of the times I did this procedure).
Press the “Start” button at the top of the RSD Lite application and let it do it’s thing. Don’t touch the phone, don’t unplug the phone…just walk away or sit quietly and watch. This process should take approximately 15-20 minutes in total so BE PATIENT and just wait!
Once the steps have completed, your phone will reboot…JUST KEEP WAITING. You will see the stock recovery screen and it will need a few minutes to flash the factory ROM.
When you see the phone’s lock screen you disconnect the USB cable and close RSD Lite.
The issue is i already try to install the rom with less battery "less than 50 %", then my phone stooped charging and did not work, that why i have ordered the factory cable
 
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The issue is i already try to install the rom with less battery "less than 50 %", then my phone stooped charging and did not work, that why i have ordered the factory cable
Here in this forum is thread "Low Battery charge in Ap Fastboot Fix". Might be helpful. Also, I remember the another thread here explaining how to make "factory cable" by yourself. Maybe the cable you've got is mulfunction.
 
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This is how I did it. You need RSD Lite 5.6 and ROM you already have and, of course, pretty much battery charged (50% at list, otherwise could be a mess). Also, you need ADB installed on your computer in order to get the phone recognised.
Power down your device. Press and hold the Vol+ and Vol- keys, then press and hold the power button until a white screen appears and you can now release all three buttons.
Use the Vol- key (and ONLY the Vol- key) to scroll through the list. Scroll until “AP Fastboot” is highlighted and press the Vol+ key to select it.
Connect the USB cable to both your PC and phone. NOTE: At this time, you may see drivers trying to install but they may not all be successful (that’s okay). But your computer does need to recognize your Razr as a ADB interface device (if it does not, you probably do not have ADB configured properly and you will not be able to flash your phone.
Open RSD Lite and use the program (button to the right of the “Filename:” box) to open the .zip file containing your fastboot files.
When prompted, select the “Uncompress Only” button on your PC.
After it has uncompressed the files, ensure that RSD Lite shows “connected” on one of the ports and make sure that your phone shows “USB Connected”. If you are still not connected you may need to unplug the device and plug it back in (I had to do this one of the times I did this procedure).
Press the “Start” button at the top of the RSD Lite application and let it do it’s thing. Don’t touch the phone, don’t unplug the phone…just walk away or sit quietly and watch. This process should take approximately 15-20 minutes in total so BE PATIENT and just wait!
Once the steps have completed, your phone will reboot…JUST KEEP WAITING. You will see the stock recovery screen and it will need a few minutes to flash the factory ROM.
When you see the phone’s lock screen you disconnect the USB cable and close RSD Lite.
I have tried RSD Lite and Flash me to flash many different stock oms without any success i am getting same error as the message of this thread like bot failure please someone me... i have no factory cable don't know exactly what is that and i am sure its not readily available where i live.
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