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25th April 2013, 06:49 AM   |  #1  
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DO NOT USE THIS UTILITY ON THE LATEST 4.1.2 OTA UPDATE.


This is ONLY for the DROID RAZR M XT907. Do NOT use this on an XT905!

DROID RAZR M Utility 1.20
Use a Download Manager such as "Orbit Download Manager" for best downloading results.

Mirrors:
Dev-Host
Batakang


Filesize: 595 MB (624,299,179 bytes)
MD5: 4867E801B70FCB54A33A1B7EC47BA6A6

- Windows Instructions
Extract .zip to its own folder on the Desktop.
Install the required drivers. The folder with the drivers is called "Drivers [WINDOWS ONLY]" and is included in the Utility folder.
Double click the ".bat" file. This will be called "WindowsUtility.bat" the image is just for reference.




- Mac & Linux Instructions

Extract the .zip to any folder you like, the /Downloads/ or /Desktop/ folder should work just fine.
Open a Terminal window. (On Mac: Applications > Utilities > Terminal)
Learn your 'sudo' password. This is almost always your Admin password on a Mac computer. On Linux you should already know what this is, its yours account password if your account is an admin as well.
Type the following code into the Terminal Windows, places where it says ***DRAG HERE*** are telling you to simply drag the folder there. For example: cd ***DRAG FOLDER HERE*** then press 'Enter' after each line.
Code:
cd ***DRAG UNZIPPED UTILITY FOLDER HERE***

chmod +x ./LinuxMacUtility.sh

bash ./LinuxMacUtility.sh
You will be asked for your sudo password at least once in the Utility process, so make sure you followed the instructions to learn it.

Functions of the DROID RAZR M Utility 1.20:
*These are not to be done in numerical order. Options 3,4, and 6 require Root Access.
Code:
  1  Flash 4.1.2 Stock System, Kernel, and Radio (Data Wipe) [from AP Fastboot]
  2  Flash 4.1.2 Stock Recovery [from AP Fastboot]
  3  Flash TWRP 2.323 Custom Recovery by Hashcode - UNLOCKED BL REQUIRED [from Normal Boot]
  4  Flash CWM Custom Recovery by Hashcode - UNLOCKED BL REQUIRED [from Normal Boot]
  5  Motochopper Root Exploit by Dan Rosenberg [from Normal Boot]
  6  Unlock Bootloader (Install Motopocalypse App) [from Normal Boot]
Number 1 Explained -- This option requires your phone be in AP Fastboot mode. It will flash the official 4.1.2 System, Kernel, and Radio as well we wipe your data.

Number 2 Explained -- This option requires your phone be in AP Fastboot mode. It will flash the official 4.1.2 Stock Recovery.

Number 3 Explained -- This option requires your phone to be booted normally with USB Debugging enabled, and be already Rooted. This will flash TWRP Recovery by Hashcode.

Number 4 Explained -- This option requires your phone to be booted normally with USB Debugging enabled, and be already Rooted. This will flash CWM Recovery by Hashcode.

Number 5 Explained -- This is Dan Rosenberg's root exploit called 'Motochopper'. This option requires your phone to be booted normally, with USB Debugging enabled.

Number 6 Explained -- This option requires your phone to be booted normally, with USB Debugging enabled. It will install an App version of Dan Rosenberg's Motopocalypse exploit for unlocking the bootloader.

Remember, do not run this utility unless your phone is at 100% battery OR you have bought yourself one of Team Black Hat's Factory-Style Programming Adapters.

Thanks to Hashcode for CWM and TWRP. Thanks to Djrbliss for Motochopper and Motopocalypse!
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25th April 2013, 10:33 AM   |  #2  
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Thanx a lot for the update. Please, tell where did you get stock images of 4.1.2 for Verizon Droid RAZR M. As i know sbf or xml is not released yet.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by da900

Thanx a lot for the update. Please, tell where did you get stock images of 4.1.2 for Verizon Droid RAZR. As i know sbf or xml is not released yet.

It will be on http://sbf.droid-developers.org/ soon enough. I don't need to share my sources, and doing so would ensure I couldn't get them early for you folks anymore who need them
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Why not include TWRP 2.4?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by scottocs

Why not include TWRP 2.4?

Many users on DroidRzr reported bugs on 2.4 and not on 2.323. When 2.5 launches I will update this tool

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Quote:
Originally Posted by mattlgroff

Many users on DroidRzr reported bugs on 2.4 and not on 2.323. When 2.5 launches I will update this tool

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Seems as though it has been released.
http://teamw.in/project/twrp2

Well, maybe not for this particular device. I may have spoken too quickly.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by scottocs

Seems as though it has been released.
http://teamw.in/project/twrp2

Well, maybe not for this particular device. I may have spoken too quickly.

Yup. It wasn't out last night, anyway. Hashcode is the one to watch for release rather than officially.

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26th April 2013, 07:04 PM   |  #8  
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How long should the "sending system" step take? It's the first one when I try to flash 4.1.2 and it's taking a really long time
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i'm using the this on a mac and i'm getting a couple of error messages, I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction of fixing things.

I get this error when after i enter the commands listed to start the app:


32 bit Mac System
chmod: ./fastboot.osx32: No such file or directory

I select option 1 and this error comes up

sudo: fastboot: command not found
sudo: fastboot: command not found
sudo: fastboot: command not found
sudo: fastboot: command not found
sudo: fastboot: command not found
sudo: fastboot: command not found

i'm running this on a macbook w/ a C2D. that first error makes me think this might be meant for a newer Mac. Thanks in advance guys
26th April 2013, 08:01 PM   |  #10  
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Your directory doesn't exist where it's expected - you sure you're running it from the right place?

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