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Default [Tools][TheMythTeam] Myth Tools for Atrix HD - Update v1.3 (24/03) - Big Update

WARNING: BESURE YOU ARE UNLOCKED BOOTLOADER BEFORE FLASHING/DOWNGRADING FIRMWARE!

It's nearly 11 months since the last update v1.2. Now I will introduce the new version of Myth Tools with a big improvement.
Thanks to all your comments which helps me to complete the features of Myth Tools. All feedbacks are always welcome.

Please read instruction carefully before using. Thank you.

BR,

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If you stucks after flashing back to stock rom from custom rom, maybe this method should help you to fix it:
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The fix is simple. Boot into Philz, format the internal sd, set the internal sd mount point to /data/media, reboot, format it again, and done. I'm assuming you don't keep anything important on the internal sd...

The issue is multiuser support in 4.2+ roms screws with our 4.1 stock roms. 4.2+ uses /data/media/0 for the main user's "internal sd" then /data/media/1 then /data/media/2 and so on and so forth for each additional user. You don't have to format, but if you were on Carbon, only changed the mount point, flashed to stock, then later down the line you install CM or Slim, your crap from Carbon will still be there under /data/media/0 and could cause issues with the newer rom.

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A format of /data might fix this too, but you'll still have to check and/or change the mount point. The internal sd is stored on /data.
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This tool is created by The Myth Team for Motorola Atrix HD
All comments to help improving tools are always welcome!
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MAIN PARTS:
1. Installer ADB/FASTBOOT/APKTOOL for AHD (Use for parts below and further modding)
2. Flashing Tools for stock firmwares (compatible with ICS/JB of AT&T, BELL and Mexico AHD;
include options for installing CWM recovery, no needs to care about editing xml any more, just put firmware into our tools and it will do for you)
3. Flashing Recovery
4. Rooting Tools (Motochopper - By Dan Rosenberg; it's combined here to bring the convinience for users after
installing stock firmwares)
5. Unlocking Bootloader Tools (Motopocalypse - By Dan Rosenberg; it's combined here with the same target as
rooting tools but it's necesary for users who want to flash other carrier's firmwares on their AHD)
6. Dowload Motorola USB Driver (Lastest driver)
7. Lockscreen Mod
8. Mod for ADBD Insecure
EXTRA PARTS:
4 Quick reboot Options
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HOW TO USE:
1. For the installer, just select option and it will open a new window, select Install button and it will install adb/fastboot/apktool to your windows. If your windows dont allow to install (due to UAC control), u can select installer in /tools folder and run it under administration mode. With this installer, u dont need sdk-platform anymore to use adb or fastboot. Just need to have JDK and it will run normally.
2. To flash stock firmware, you only have to download stock firmware (*.zip file) and put it in 'firmware' folder then run our tools. Follow its instructions and options to finish the flash process. Dont need to edit xml files and No more worries about failure with RSDLite. We have tested all firmwares of AHD (ICS 4.0.4, JB 4.1.1, 4.1.2 of Bell, AT&T, Mexico Retail) with our tools and they worked.
3. Option allows users to install cwm recovery or custom recovery (it's up to users). To flash custom recovery, you can place recovery image (*.img) to 'recovery folder and run the tools.
4,5. This is popular and famous tools by Dan Rosenberg. I think I dont need to explain again
6. This is link for Driver on Motorola site. Just in case you miss it or need to install again.
7. It provides a various theme for lockscreen of stock firmware by modding framework
8. It will mod automatically the boot.img to allow the true adb root with adb command (eg. "adb remount" to full read-write system..). It mainly is useful for stock firmware while custom rom always has.
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DOWNLOAD
- V1.3: Dev-host or Google driver
- V1.2: Dev-host or Google driver
- V1.1: Dev-host or Google Driver
- V1.0: Dev-host or google driver (select File > Dowload)

If you satisfy with our tool, plz consider to invite me a cup of coffee




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Credit:
- The Myth Team's members
- Thank to Djrbliss, skeevydude, leanix, osm0sis, chainfaire, PhilZ: I used some things from your files/information to make this tools
If I miss sb, feel free to tell me
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SCREENSHOTS & CHANGE LOG:
V1.3
- Optimize tools' code
- Improve apktool/adb/fastboot installer
- Improve recovery flashing & add Philz Touch to option.
- Added reboot option after flashing
- Show progress of flashing firmware
- Add feature to auto-enable ADBD Insecure (Auto mode for ATT 4.1.1 & BELL 4.1.2, Manually mod option)



V1.2
- Add lockscreen effect mod tool (Screenshot of its result: see here)
+ 3 preload mods: original, samsung ripple and honeycomb effect
+ allows users to mod it themselves: custom option.

V1.1
- Add Launcher
- Add Users' agreement
- Add Flash Recovery Option which allows users to flash cwm recovery or custom recovery
by putting recovery image in tools (stock recovery,...etc) then it will be flashed to phone.
- Add Quick Reboot Options
- Optimize tools' sources

V1.0
- First release
- Tested flashing all firmwares of AHD
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Supported Devices: Galaxy Ace, Galaxy GIO, Galaxy SII, Nexus 7, Atrix HD
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Very nice, I was hoping someone would create a nice tool like this.

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Stupid brother broke it - Captivate I897 - build 1010
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Change log:
1.0
- First release
- Tested flashing all firmwares of AHD
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Great job but will downgrade to stock ICS work with this? Curious
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thank you so much...
big help if somebody will link a couple of working ics and jb rom zip format....

pleaaaaaseeeeeee....
 
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Great job but will downgrade to stock ICS work with this? Curious
Yes. Tested. U only need unlocked bootloader first.

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is this for windows only?
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HELP!
MY PHONE is now stocked at warning boot loader unlcked.
it does not boot anymore after trying to go back to ICS with this utility...

any advise?????
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HELP!
MY PHONE is now stocked at warning boot loader unlcked.
it does not boot anymore after trying to go back to ICS with this utility...

any advise?????
thanx
Which ICS did u flash? Bell or ATT? Do u notice any error during flash process ?, if yes, plz post screenshot here or type it here.
You can try to go back to JB while I figure out what happened to you. Plz provide information asap then I can help u.

Edit 1: I have tried to flash Bell ICS and it booted normally. Now I will try ATT ICS again =.='
Here is screenshot of my phone on Bell ICS


Edit 2: Flashed ATT ICS again and it also booted. I think you should try to flash firmware again or download firmware again then flash. If you still meet problem after trying again, plz let me know. I'm happy to help you
Here is screenshot of my phone on ATT ICS:
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Which version of cwm does it flash?

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