Reserved for an upcoming QA
Q: You didn't say all the regions/models of the Motorola Razr. Why is that?
A: Not all regions could be indexed
because we don't have any specific work, files or information to it @ XDA.
Some subdivisions and not covered regions (It's an example):
- Korea: XT910k; XT910S. (Found an OLD firwmare - It's on the thread)
- Japan: XT909
- Europe: nonEFGIS (All the european coutries except: England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain); EMEA (Europe, Midlle East, Australia).
Every region have subdivisions and also carriers. But it are all compatible each other:
Canada: Rogers; Fido
Asia, PSHAsia, AsiaRetail
Brasil: Claro (AmericaMovil), Vivo, OI, Tim, Retail... Etc.
We have yet: Latam and Retail.
That's the most reason I couldn't index all the variants of the Razr. Even the XDA Section can't be accurate. The 'Droid' Razrs are only those from Verizon, for instance.
If you find anything related to these not indexed devices. let me know an I'll link to the thread.
Q: If I flash a ROM for the exactly region of my Razr I'll void warranty terms?
A: Pretty much, yest! By flashing a ROM or rooting your Razr definitively voids Motorola Warranty Terms
. Doens't matter if you have a carrier device or a region specific device. Flashing a ROM is not covered by Motorola Warranty.
It's clearly stated in letter (e) of the Motorola Warranty terms:
"(e) Unauthorized Service or Modification. Defects or damage resulting from service, testing, adjustment,
, maintenance, alteration, or modification in any way
, including but not limited
to tampering with or
altering the software, by someone other than Motorol
its authorized service centers, are excluded from coverage. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any Product which has had its bootloader unlocked, or whose operating system has been altered, including any failed attempts to unlock the bootloader or alter such operating system, is not covered by this warranty, regardless of whether such modifications are authorized, approved, or
otherwise sanctioned by Motorola. "
Q: Motorola can see if I have either flashed a ROM or get rooted?
A: Yes, they can. And seems there's nothing you can do about it. The log of background process of altering in any way the original system is sent to Motorola. Look for a file called 'qe' in your device. Also, bug2go.