Motorola Droid RAZR ICS Version 6.14.75 Update Leaked
Thanks to a post by XDA Forums Member jm700wx, it has come to our attention that the fabled ICS update for the CDMA version of the Motorola Droid RAZR has been leaked and is available for users to install. In addition to all your favorite ICS apps, the ROM also contains several updates and bugfixes, as well as the previously unreleased upcoming version of Motoblur—Motorola’s infamous Android UI replacement with a focus on messaging and social networking.
If you’d like to give it a try, XDA Senior Member yalkowni has put together a quick guide to install the update and keep root with links to all necessary files. The process for installing the leak is fraught with peril and will wipe your entire device, so before trying ANYTHING be sure to completely back up your RAZR. He mentions that you must install this update from stock .173 so you should be familiar with RSD Lite before attempting to do anything. If you’d like to get the update running on your own handset, you can find his guide in the ROM thread.
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