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#1 johnthehillbilly

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 11:29 AM

Droid Razr Utility 1.82 [Linux/Mac] For Verizon Droid RAZR/RAZR Maxx ONLY


Here we have the the latest version of Matt's Utility 1.82 made to run on Linux or Mac computers....

if you need the Windows version get it here

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THANKS TO : mattlgroff, for giving us the Utility and allowing us to modify it

stealthmouse and obeygiant for originally bringing the Utility to Linux and Mac

the droidrzr.com community for giving us a reason to actually do it ......

anyone else that had a hand in this, that i may have forgot to mention (my apologies)


WHAT HAS CHANGED FROM 1.81:

Webtop partition restore has been removed (there are no more updates or mods to webtop)

Bootstrap recovery has been removed (it is not compatable with JB ROMS)

The leaked .214 kernel has been removed

Safestrap updated to 2.11

Voodoos OTA Rootkeeper updated to 2.0.3

12/27/2012 Updated superuser.apk and su binaries


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USING THE UTILITY:

Option 1: Fastboot restore to stock ICS 4.04

Place your phone in AP Fastboot mode -- This is done by powering your phone off, then holding the power button AND volume up(+) AND volume down(-) buttons until the AP Fastboot menu appears...

Plug in your USB cable..... the one supplied with the phone is the best
(a good practice to avoid damage, plug in the phone end first, then plug into the compluer)

MAKE SURE YOU HAVE PLENTY OF CHARGE TO DO THIS!!!!
80% OR HIGHER IS PREFERABLE
YOUR PHONE WILL NOT CHARGE IN AP FASTBOOT MODE!!!

IF YOUR BATERY GETS LOW OR DIES DURING THIS PROCESS
YOUR PHONE WILL BE USLESS!!!
UNLESS YOU HAVE OR KNOW SOMEONE THAT HAS A "FACTORY" CABLE
OR TBH ADAPTER...... SO YOUR PHONE CAN BE REVIVED

Select option 1 from the utility menu and follow the prompts.....

BE PATIENT this utility will take a little while to "do it's thing"

Reboot when prompted to do so...

When it is complete, you should be on stock ICS 4.0.4 (unrooted, no custom recovery, no custom ROM)




Option 2: Rooting

Connect phone via USB and select either Media(MTP) or Camera(PTP) mode (will not work in Mass Storage mode)

Select option 2 from the utility menu...

Wait...

Your phone should reboot 3 times during the rooting process

When finished, you should have root access


Options 3 and 4

Connect phone via USB and select either Media(MTP) or Camera(PTP) mode for both.

Option 3:

This will install Voodoo's OTA Rootkeeper app (version 2.0.3)

Option 4:

This will install Safestrap ICS version 2.11 NOTE: This will only install the app NOT the recovery,

you must open the app on the phone and follow the prompts




HELP:

If you encounter problems using this utility, one of the most usefull places you can look will be 1.81 thread here:

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Read the READ ME file included in the download

Go to the chatroom

Don't be afraid to ask questions, its easier to ask questions BEFORE you do do something that you are not sure of



DOWNLOAD:



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MD5: 1e6d92b8310fe78c1a4fdc5b92308054

Link .... with updated su binaries

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Link to updated READ ME file:

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MD5: 7ed442de368d2af1d57305ed81761bec


Big THANKS to stealthmouse for providing more download links!!

UPDATE:

This is an update to the Utility that gives users the OPTION to flash or re-flash the webtop partition.
(although webtop has been removed, there are still users who want/need the webtop partition)

NOTE: This is only an OPTION it is not a requirement to use the Utility......

This update adds the option (#5) to download webtop from an "outside source"

This update also fixes the "issues" that some have experienced while flashing webtop due to the huge size of the file...

Installing and using the update.......
1. Download the update here

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2. Extract the zip to [where you have put the utility]

3. There should be two new files added to the "files" folder of the utility, (if not you can copy and paste from the download)
The files are "fastboot32 and fastbootosx32"

4. The LinuxMacUtility1-82.sh file should be replaced with the new one, (if not you can copy and paste from the download)

5. Execute the LinuxMacUtility1-82.sh as you normally would....


Thanks to obeygiant for providing the tools to download webtop.... and for extra testing :)




Enjoy!! Have fun... and never forget to thank ANYONE who has helped you along the way!!
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Posted 07 October 2012 - 11:54 AM

This is what I love about our community. None of us gets completely worn out, before some new blood (with even better ideas and ways to implement) jumps on board and runs with it. And we all benefit as a result.

Keep rockin' hillbilly - I'm not sure how you do this while driving, so I'm not asking...:-)

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 12:20 PM

This is what I love about our community. None of us gets completely worn out, before some new blood (with even better ideas and ways to implement) jumps on board and runs with it. And we all benefit as a result.

Keep rockin' hillbilly - I'm not sure how you do this while driving, so I'm not asking...:-)

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Thanx stealth :) ...... and i ain't telling how i do it while driving :D could be incriminating
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Posted 07 October 2012 - 03:29 PM

Very, nice getting pinned up now. Great job Utility Pro ;)
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Posted 07 October 2012 - 03:38 PM

Very, nice getting pinned up now. Great job Utility Pro ;)

Thank you very much..... :)

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Posted 08 October 2012 - 03:55 PM

This is what I love about our community. None of us gets completely worn out, before some new blood (with even better ideas and ways to implement) jumps on board and runs with it. And we all benefit as a result.

Keep rockin' hillbilly - I'm not sure how you do this while driving, so I'm not asking...:-)

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Great job! I love to see good progress still going for the Razr on different platforms. Grab the ball and run!

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 01:20 PM

So is this what a forum looks like when the utility is properly debugged?

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 01:29 PM

So is this what a forum looks like when the utility is properly debugged?

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I think so :) i guess that means we got it right?
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Posted 21 October 2012 - 08:39 AM

Nice job guys!

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Posted 23 October 2012 - 07:01 AM

How would one go about using this for a Bionic? It says RAZR MAXX ONLY...

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Posted 23 October 2012 - 07:11 AM

How would one go about using this for a Bionic? It says RAZR MAXX ONLY...

For the bionic.... you'll want to check out samurai's house of bionic......

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 12:42 PM

Hey linux people. I need a hand. Someone's running my Linux House of Bionic and getting:

/utils/fastboot.linux: 3: Syntax error: "(" unexpected

It's showing up as a 32 bit OS. Question....would this happen on a 64 bit OS that doesn't have the ia32 libs installed? Or is this something different? We saw this on ADB without ia32 libs, but, this appears to be different. Help? THANK YOU! :)

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 01:29 PM

Hey linux people. I need a hand. Someone's running my Linux House of Bionic and getting:

/utils/fastboot.linux: 3: Syntax error: "(" unexpected

It's showing up as a 32 bit OS. Question....would this happen on a 64 bit OS that doesn't have the ia32 libs installed? Or is this something different? We saw this on ADB without ia32 libs, but, this appears to be different. Help? THANK YOU! :)

It looks like the same thing we ran into prior to the script being modified to automagically differentiate 32bit from 64 bit..... i could be backwards(I'll check when i get back to my computer) but that looks like the 64 bit fastboot file.... and you stated it was running on 32 bit.....
And yes that may come up on 64 bit without the ia32libs.....

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 01:59 PM

Update...... yes that is the 64 bit fastboot file the 32 bit fastboot file is fastboot-linux-i386 so if the user is running 32 bit.... it's being pointed at the wrong file.... :)

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 03:14 PM

Which it shouldn't be since I'm using the code you guys wrote to find the correct fastboot and adb commands. I wonder if I left in the debugging code to display the 32 bit error on a 64 bit machine when I was testing. Gotta check that. However, if it's really a 64 bit machine then they're missing the ia32 libs. I'll have to wait til I hear back from them and go check my code to make sure I didn't leave it set wrong by mistake. Thanks for the feedback!

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Posted 27 October 2012 - 08:48 PM

we all know that webtop has been removed from the utility, (due to not being updated anymore etc) but there are some that still want/need the option to flash/re-flash the webtop partition..... 32bit linux users have found that there have been "issues" with flashing webtop (due to its size)..... will be releasing an update soon that will give users the option (will be added as option #5) to download (thanx to obeygiant) and flash webtop..... also the update will (hopefully) resolve the size issue by "splitting" the huge(1.4G) webtop file into smaller portions to flash.......

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 04:09 AM

we all know that webtop has been removed from the utility, (due to not being updated anymore etc) but there are some that still want/need the option to flash/re-flash the webtop partition..... 32bit linux users have found that there have been "issues" with flashing webtop (due to its size)..... will be releasing an update soon that will give users the option (will be added as option #5) to download (thanx to obeygiant) and flash webtop..... also the update will (hopefully) resolve the size issue by "splitting" the huge(1.4G) webtop file into smaller portions to flash.......


You guys figured it out? Nice! Is that something I could use for the HoB Linux script? Thanks!

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Posted 28 October 2012 - 04:49 AM

You guys figured it out? Nice! Is that something I could use for the HoB Linux script? Thanks!

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... the 32 bit issue has been like a monkey on my back since day one (for me)...... i think we've finally fed it a banana.... ... (since there are still alot of people who still use 32 bit).... I'll PM you the update so you can test it as well..... thanx
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Posted 28 October 2012 - 05:50 AM

... the 32 bit issue has been like a monkey on my back since day one (for me)...... i think we've finally fed it a banana.... ... (since there are still alot of people who still use 32 bit).... I'll PM you the update so you can test it as well..... thanx


That is great hillbilly! I was out goofing off and catching pigs yesterday, while you were hard at it, knocking it out of the park!! This is a huge breakthrough with the utility, and one of the more persistent problems just got laid to rest. Kudos!!

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Posted 29 October 2012 - 03:54 AM

I agree this is truly wonderful. Once this storm passes I'll add it to the HoB and get one of my users to try it out. Thank you!

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