Motorola DROID RAZR M is the DROID RAZR HD’s little brother. A pretty compact Android smartphone with a spacious qHD screen, beefy battery, and premium design. Then here is what you need to know about the Motorola DROID RAZR M: first of all, it comes with an edge-to-edge, almost bezel-less 4.3-inch display with qHD resolutin (540 by 960 pixels). The panel is built using Super AMOLED Advanced technology, much like what we had on the very first DROID RAZR. Processing power is delivered by a dual-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz and backed up by 1GB of RAM – a hardware combo that is identical to what makes the DROID RAZR HD tick. There is an 8-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash on its back, and a VGA cam up front for video chats.
PRE-REQUISITES FOR INSTALLING ROM:
PROCESS TO INSTALL STOCK ROM IN MOTOROLA DROID RAZR M XT907:
- Extract the firmware in the zip file to your computer, open the extracted folder.
- After extracting you will see a xml file “VZW_XT907_4.0.4-7.7.1Q-144_SMQ_S1-36-10_CFC.xml” then open the file with notepad. Remove all lines with the word “GetVar” “var” or “oem”, then save.
- Open RSD Lite, press the “…” next to the filename. Find and select the xml file that has been edited in step No.2.
- Since all data saved in phone storage will be wiped, you should backup contacts, sms, calendar and call log. If you already rooted you can also backup installed apps + data using MyBackup or Titanium Backup.
- Your phone must be on the AP FastBoot Mode.
⇒Turn off your phone.
⇒Press and hold the Vol Up + Vol Down + Power button together.
⇒You will enter into the Boot Mode Selection Menu, scroll down and select AP Fastboot.
- Connect your phone to your computer via USB, Droid RAZR M will be recognized as XT907.
- Once the device is recognized, Press the start button.
- Flashing process will take about 15-20 minutes.
- If the flash is successful, your phone will reboot and revert to the stock firmware.
So, this was a simple tutorial on HOW TO INSTALL STOCK ROM FOR MOTOROLA DROID RAZR M XT907.
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