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Default [FXZ] 6.7.246 - Final ICS

Allright, ICS FXZ for Bionic can be found here:

http://sbf.droid-developers.org/cdma_targa/list.php

Secure version has been increased, so no way back to GB and if you have botched your phone with ICS leak on it, then you can use the file to revive the phone. You flash it on your own risk.

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I need to revert my Dad's Bionic to stock - it's running the latest stock GB update - but with a custom recovery so the updates will not install.

Can I use this to bring it to ICS from GB? or will this have an adverse effect?
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I need to revert my Dad's Bionic to stock - it's running the latest stock GB update - but with a custom recovery so the updates will not install.

Can I use this to bring it to ICS from GB? or will this have an adverse effect?
Not sure. Why not just use the 905 fxz and manually update to 246?
 
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Not sure. Why not just use the 905 fxz and manually update to 246?
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so is this the official OTA ICS fxz? if so then i can just use THIS to get back onto the OTA update path can't i?
 
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Since I haven't used my Bionic in a while, and I'm not up to all the lingo. I've currently got the stock rooted rom on my phone now. I'm guessing this is the update that was just pushed out.

Will I need to re-root my phone after?

I'm pretty sure if I let it do the OTA, I have to re-root (I also haven't run stock roms on any of my phones in a while), is that the case with the download?
 
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Since I haven't used my Bionic in a while, and I'm not up to all the lingo. I've currently got the stock rooted rom on my phone now. I'm guessing this is the update that was just pushed out.

Will I need to re-root my phone after?

I'm pretty sure if I let it do the OTA, I have to re-root (I also haven't run stock roms on any of my phones in a while), is that the case with the download?
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