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[APP] ICS/JB AOSP Email Client for Motorola RAZR HD.

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anyone able to get these or actual AOSP JB Email apks to work with the JB leak?

Ive tried these ICS apk and some JB apks I found. No luck on either.
 
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I assume we could just use root explorer to do this as well right?
 
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Gave this a go to see if it can see folders within my inbox of my corporate exchange account.. nope. back to stock for now.
Apparently the 4.0.4 version doesnt work properly in this regard and the 4.1.x can do it..

Thank you anyway.
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Doesn't work on mine.. FC as soon as you try to open Email app.

I am running stock 4.0.4 Razr HD LTE from Rogers. I followed instructions to a "T". Everything worked as expected but it just wont run.
 
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Ok.. Got it working... Before removing/renaming old Email client, go into Manage Apps, Email, CLEAR DATA.

Then rename old files and push new ones.

Reboot.

Go back into Manage Apps, Email, CLEAR DATA.

Reboot.

Works great and thank you for sharing!!! I hate the stock app because it doesnt synchronize Email Reply/Forward status and drove me crazy.
 
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Default Jelly Bean Official. Now Let's Do This.

OK. So now that JB is pushed out, I really need to get working on this. If anyone has any direction or ideas, please share. The blur email is awful, plus I really want to disable Exchange security policy.

Other than the email app, the HD Maxx is the best phone out there. I went back to it from a HTC DNA.

AOSP FTW.
 
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Ok.. Got it working... Before removing/renaming old Email client, go into Manage Apps, Email, CLEAR DATA.

Then rename old files and push new ones.

Reboot.

Go back into Manage Apps, Email, CLEAR DATA.

Reboot.

Works great and thank you for sharing!!! I hate the stock app because it doesnt synchronize Email Reply/Forward status and drove me crazy.
Following this procedure got it working for me. Thanks for the Clear Data tip. I think users should note, you MUST reboot after clearing data. Simply clearing data and relaunching the app does not work.

My setup is rooted OTA JB. I used rootkeeper to retain root through the OTA update. After following the OP directions, I kept getting force closes and crashes. I simply thought it was because of JB and it may have been. However after reading through the rest of the post, user VRUS1's tip got it working. This step should be added to the OP.

Thanks to both of you. I couldn't stand the MotoEmail.apk...
 
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Thanks for this!! This was a life saver for me!!
 
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Thank you for the feedback guys. I disappeared for a bit and now have a XT925 RAZR HD and I'm running JB firmware with AOSP Email client right now. I will update the original post with the comments and Jellybean APKs tonight.
 
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It's been updated with Jellybean APKs and revised instructions. As usual, please provide feedback if something is off in the instructions or you experience abnormal issues.

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