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I have a Droid Razr M that was recently purchased with an updated bootloader. I'm wondering if there is anyway to downgrade the bootloader. I have root and I was able to downgrade to the earliest version of 4.1.2 but it still has the same bootloader. Do you think that if I downgrade to ice cream sandwich that the bootloader will be downgraded as well?
 
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I have a Droid Razr M that was recently purchased with an updated bootloader. I'm wondering if there is anyway to downgrade the bootloader. I have root and I was able to downgrade to the earliest version of 4.1.2 but it still has the same bootloader. Do you think that if I downgrade to ice cream sandwich that the bootloader will be downgraded as well?
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