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Jcase Roots the Moto RAZR i WITHOUT Bootloader Unlock!

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For the most part, there aren’t too many Intel-powered Android smartphones on the market. There’s nothing inherently wrong with them, although things are a bit tricky for older NDK-produced apps that haven’t been cross-compiled. However, there is one relatively popular model that featured Intel’s Atom Z2460 chip, and that’s the .

Recently, we talked about how Motorola was doing the right thing and reinstating warranties on developer edition devices that have had their bootloaders unlocked via Motorola’s unlocking service. Unfortunately though, this only applies to developer edition devices. Standard Motorola devices that are unlocked w. . . READ ON »

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Swap the Internal and External SD Cards on the RAZR i

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Switching the internal storage and external storage is a topic we’ve discussed before. The practice is actually quite well known, as older devices had very little internal storage. Even though phones have much more abundant internal storage, the method remains. Now, Motorola RAZR i users can swap their external and internal cards.

The mod was posted by XDA Senior Member rickwyatt, and it’s actually a pretty simple process. This swaps the internal and external SD cards. So if you have a 64 GB SD card, you could essentially have 64 GB of internal storage. Additionally, this isn’t just for people who want to swap cards. It actually fixes an issue. As rickywatt explains:

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ClockworkMod Recovery Beta Released for Moto RAZR i

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Not long after it’s release, the Moto RAZR i has not only gotten root, but also a set of fastboot images to flash. The next logical step would be a custom recovery, and this Intel powered device is no exception. Moto RAZR i users now have ClockworkMod Recovery.

XDA Senior Member turl1 initially released ClockworkMod for the RAZR i. However, the first attempt had its fair share of issues. However, after some debugging and bug fixing, turl1 released a second working version just a few days later. It comes in .img format, so you need to flash via fastboot to install it. While this version is working much better, it still has a few bugs. Here’s what the known issues are:

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Motorola Atrix HD, RAZR M, Photon Q, RAZR HD Get Root Exploit

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Spend any amount of time on the XDA Forums and you know that we hate Motorola’s locked bootloader policy. It’s a silly policy that Motorola should abandon. This policy simply encourages developers, or “evil hackers” in Motorola’s mind, to find and exploit security vulnerabilities on the device. We want root, plan and simple. Whether outright or with an obnoxious two-year commitment, we’ve paid for our devices and we should be allowed to use it as we see fit.

Well, even with a locked bootloader, XDA Forum Member djrbliss has released an exploit allowing root on the Motorola Atrix HD. The program called Motofail2Go should also work for the Motorola Droid RAZR M, Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE, Mo. . . READ ON »

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Make Flashing Your RAZR i Easier with Homemade Fastboot Images

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The development efforts on the brand new, Intel-powered Motorola RAZR i keep on pouring in, seemingly non-stop. We have already gotten an unlocked bootloader courtesy of Motorola, and we also got a way to easily and seamlessly root the device, thanks to XDA Forum Member mattlgroff. Well, since the path to perfection is a never ending one, paving it with more and better ways to make daunting tasks a little bit easier seems to be the most logical choice. Because of this, mattlgroff has decided to once again, contribute his knowledge and tools to benefit other forum members.

This time around, the dev has released fastboot images for all your flashing pleasures. These quasi-automated images will allow you to qui. . . READ ON »

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Unlocking the Razr I, Android 4.2 Gmail, Big Android BBQ Device Museum! – XDA Developer TV

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This has been another great week at the XDA Portal. XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan covers all the news you need to know to keep up to date on mobile phone development. Jordan mentions Perfmon, which allows you to measure your device’s performance and visualize it on-screen. Jordan mentions article about unlocking the bootloader on the Motorola RAZR i.

In Key Lime Pie news, Jordan mentions Gmail leak from Android version 4.2. Finally, Jordan talks about the device museum that will be at this year’s Big Android BBQ and how you can help. Pull up a chair and check out this video.. . . READ ON »

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Multi Platform Root Tool for the Motorola Razr i

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So, you got your new shiny, slim, and Intel-loaded Motorola RAZR i, and could not be more grateful to Motorola for allowing you to unlock your bootloader simply simply handing them your soul warranty. Your device is now ready to flash anything that comes across your screen, be it a kernel or a ROM. However, not too many devs have purchased the device yet, and as a result, not too many ROMs are available. So, you are stuck with stock. However, thanks to having the bootloader unlocked, you can get your device rooted for all your root-requesting apps needs.

XDA Forum Member mattlgroff released a tool called RAZR i Root that allows users to root their devices in a seamless fashion, with little to no knowledge of adb. . . READ ON »

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Swing and Miss: Motorola RAZR i Kernel Source Almost Here

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The newly announced Motorola RAZR i is what many people looking for change have been waiting for. Well, maybe not looking for change, but rather looking forward to Intel’s entrance into the mobile handset market. Talk began regarding the Medfield platform, which is essentially an Intel Atom CPU and a PowerVR SGX 540 GPU, which actually brings devices one step closer to being full laptop replacements. For those who guessed that Google would be the first to take them for a spin, you were correct.

Shortly after being released, we noticed a thread started by XDA Forum Member pOOBAH1973 where it stated that the kernel sources for this device were already available from Moto/Google. The nano second that p. . . READ ON »

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Unlock the Bootloader on the Motorola RAZR i

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Earlier today, we announced the creation of a forum for the Intel Medfield-powered Motorola RAZR i. As exciting as a new device is, nothing beats the thrill experienced when development work begins. As an excellent first step, let’s get started and unlock the bootloader!

Motorola devs have always had it hard ever since Android came into existence. The company’s old policies virtually locked everyone out of being able to do anything at all with their devices. This was mainly due to impossibly hard to crack bootloaders, secretive documentation, and definitely no support from the carrier. People like XDA Forum Member mattlgroff have been fighting the good fight for quite some time by trying . . . READ ON »

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