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rickywyatt    88

i have looked at the ics update and inside it there is a file called ics.fstab and init the is no sdcard1

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rickywyatt    88

by the looks of it the external sdcard aint being mounted because it's missing in /android.fstab

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ayziaa    4

If the motorola razer i (m in usa) has an unlocked bootloader could it be of any help for our bootloader situation? Could this bootload be flashed/modified to work on our osd?

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vermat17    9

The razr m uses a snapdragon processor as far as I know, whereas the razr i uses an intel chip.

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joe1r23    1

Finally got ics and rooted

would it be possible to change from the xolo ics to the orange ics (when available) not that I would want to but its for the purpose of if i damage my phone or whatever and i cant go to the orange shop with a xolo boot logo :D

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jikobutsu    312

Finally got ics and rooted

would it be possible to change from the xolo ics to the orange ics (when available) not that I would want to but its for the purpose of if i damage my phone or whatever and i cant go to the orange shop with a xolo boot logo :D

Yes thanks to rickwyatts hard work we now have an all in one tool to easily switch between xolo/orange .

Not sure if it is available yet as it still was in testing today, but it will be soon.

Edited by jikobutsu

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nihalot    0

Help, i rooted xolp earlier, but today had to flash update.zip by recovery, now trying to root again but no luck, it restarts once but second time it says 'sorry unable to perform this function' smtng lik that,,,, no root :-( :-(

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nihalot    0

Help, i rooted xolo earlier, but today had to flash update.zip by recovery, now trying to root again but no luck, it restarts once but second time it says 'sorry unable to perform this function' smtng lik that,,,, no root :-( :-(

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dereek    0

Help, i rooted xolo earlier, but today had to flash update.zip by recovery, now trying to root again but no luck, it restarts once but second time it says 'sorry unable to perform this function' smtng lik that,,,, no root :-( :-(

Did you flash the ics update.zip

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john91919    0

Can someone give me a step by step idiots guide to rooting the SD.

I have the orange ICS update, just not sure how to proceed on rooting?

If the SD card could sorted....

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jikobutsu    312

Can someone give me a step by step idiots guide to rooting the SD.

I have the orange ICS update, just not sure how to proceed on rooting?

If the SD card could sorted....

The current root exploit is a little temperamental with the orange ics, but rickywyatt has a working root for orange which he will upload when it is ready so may be worth waiting a while.

But if you cant wait there is a guide here: http://www.modaco.co...your-san-diego/

Edited by jikobutsu

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john91919    0

Hi,

Is there any way to change the battery/wifi/signal strengh icons and colours?

Would I need to root first?

Can't stand the orange colour and dont like the triangular signal strength.

Cheers

John

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Simon O    396

Hi,

Is there any way to change the battery/wifi/signal strengh icons and colours?

Would I need to root first?

Can't stand the orange colour and dont like the triangular signal strength.

Cheers

John

You may be able to do this with http://uot.dakra.lt but it's not something I've used. I know a few other members have used this to change the battery icon. Alternatively you could use the Xolo ICS ROM rather than the Orange ROM which is a lot cleaner and closer to the stock ICS experience than Orange.

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