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Original Jelly Bean Fastboot Files for DROID RAZR M Verizon



Android 4.1.1 ---- 98.12.4.XT907.Verizon.en.US

VZW_XT907_4.1.1-9.8.1Q-27-2-4_1FF.xml.zip


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Any chance you guys get the Telstra (AUS) firmware or run us Aussies through how to extract one from our devices?

Note we're BL unlockable if that helps.
 
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How can we use this firmware on a retail version, knowing that BL is locked?
Any instructions/description will be greatly appreciated
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How can we use this firmware on a retail version, knowing that BL is locked?
Any instructions/description will be greatly appreciated
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you use this in conjunction with RSD Lite. put the razr m in fastboot mode, run rsd lite, browse for this, and extract & flash it. itll take a bit, but bring you back to fully stock 4.1.1

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you use this in conjunction with RSD Lite. put the razr m in fastboot mode, run rsd lite, browse for this, and extract & flash it. itll take a bit, but bring you back to fully stock 4.1.1
What's the benefit of this ROM? Is it an update to the jelly bean already out there?

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Benifit is that we can look into the file now instead of OTA or Blind Flashing.
Also if you screw up u can Fast boot flash this Firmware with RDSLite.

Now my question is does any one have the JB AUSSIE Radio 4.1.1 ?
Or will the AUSSIE 4.0.x Radio work in here ?
 
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Aussie radio from ICS works fine with this so far.. will test tomorrow in lte coverage area too.

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Works for me also on Verizon phone.

Still curious if we can get a Australia fast boot. I think theirs maybe less bloated ?

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Works for me also on Verizon phone.

Still curious if we can get a Australia fast boot. I think theirs maybe less bloated ?
There's a tonne of Verizon bloat in these fastboot images that's for sure.. however, much of it is easily removed

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Did a factory wipe, and flashed just boot and system on my Aussie RAZR M.

Everything works except LTE. When it kicks over to LTE it can see the network and connect to it, but the data connection doesn't establish (ie the 4G symbol does not appear and data connectivity doesn't work, despite strong signal in a 4G area).

Any ideas on what may need to be tweaked to get LTE data to work? Data works fine on UMTS.

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