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Default [Answered] Different Razr versions..? [Yes, Razr V is DIFFERENT than Razr...]

This is likely the most obvious thing to Razr users, but I just picked up a Razr V XT886 today and am trying to figure out what I can do with it. I've already got it rooted (yay!) but now I'm trying to figure out if all the ROMs and Recoveries that are posted for the XT910 and 912 are compatible with the XT886 (and similar) or are they all very different phones?


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This is likely the most obvious thing to Razr users, but I just picked up a Razr V XT886 today and am trying to figure out what I can do with it. I've already got it rooted (yay!) but now I'm trying to figure out if all the ROMs and Recoveries that are posted for the XT910 and 912 are compatible with the XT886 (and similar) or are they all very different phones?


Thank god for this Q&A forum xD

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Those are three different phones. The Razr XT910 e XT912 are almost the same phone, except one is US branded (XT912 - CMDA) and the XT910 is International (GSM) beside this they are the same phone, even though they're different and things meant to one sometimes work on the other, sometimes don't. The Razr V has a completely different chipset from these other two, which makes it a completely different phone from these other 2, so I believe you are on the way the brick your phone if try something that isn't specifically meant to it.

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Those are three different phones. The Razr XT910 e XT912 are almost the same phone, except one is US branded (XT912 - CMDA) and the XT910 is International (GSM) beside this they are the same phone, even though they're different and things meant to one sometimes work on the other, sometimes don't. The Razr V has a completely different chipset from these other two, which makes it a completely different phone from these other 2, so I believe you are on the way the brick your phone if try something that isn't specifically meant to it.

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Dang, thanks that's what I was trying to figure out, so I guess the XT886 has basically no development for it. Ohhh well
 
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Dang, thanks that's what I was trying to figure out, so I guess the XT886 has basically no development for it. Ohhh well
I also tried to find something here on XDA forums that might help but nothing came up
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I also tried to find something here on XDA forums that might help but nothing came up
Looks like there's a stock JB I can install. Was looking forward to CyanogenMod KitKat oh well xD
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