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    It has been confirmed that the security update patches the vulnerability in Bugs2Go that the root exploit uses to gain access.

    This means if you are not already rooted prior to taking the update, then the current exploit will no longer work and there is no new root exploit available for the updated firmware.

    DO NOT TAKE THE UPDATE IF YOU WANT TO ROOT BUT HAVEN'T YET DONE SO!
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    Is there a way to change the Color on the Notification Bar? I can't find anything in the menus unless I'm missing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tall Dog View Post
    Is there a way to change the Color on the Notification Bar? I can't find anything in the menus unless I'm missing it.
    No there isn't.
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    Use blink or light flow from store both work well

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmagent2013 View Post
    Use blink or light flow from store both work well
    I think he was talking about the color of the notification bar on the top of the scree, not the LED lights.
    But Light Flow does work with changing the LED light colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FAUguy View Post
    I think he was talking about the color of the notification bar on the top of the scree, not the LED lights.
    But Light Flow does work with changing the LED light colors.
    Oh whoops, no you can't change notification bar. Lol

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    Thanks, yea, I love the Maxx HD, but not crazy about the Red/Pink Notification Bar light for an Email.

    Oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tall Dog View Post
    Thanks, yea, I love the Maxx HD, but not crazy about the Red/Pink Notification Bar light for an Email.

    Oh well.
    If you are talking about the flashing LED light that is where the earpiece speaker is, you can install Light Flow and use it to customize the LED colors for any type of notification, including email.

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    http://www.myandroidfiles.com/open1y..._Radio.tar.md5
    Quote Originally Posted by kbman View Post
    It has been confirmed that the security update patches the vulnerability in Bugs2Go that the root exploit uses to gain access.

    This means if you are not already rooted prior to taking the update, then the current exploit will no longer work and there is no new root exploit available for the updated firmware.

    DO NOT TAKE THE UPDATE IF YOU WANT TO ROOT BUT HAVEN'T YET DONE SO!
    Over on XDA, it seems like a mixed bag.
    Some can restore root using OTA Rootkeeper, but others can't.
    Some can re-root after the software update is installed.
    Others can't get root at all.

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1958116
    Last edited by FAUguy; 11-09-2012 at 06:14 AM.

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    Just moved to VZW from U.S. Cellular and picked up this phone. In love with it.

    Sorry if this is posted somewhere, my searching is not so great but my phone just got pushed and update, it wasn't Jelly Bean which I was hoping but is there some place I can find a change log of what exactly was updated?

    Also does anyone know if Jelly Bean is coming?

    Motorola is bad with keeping their promises of updating their phones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niXer View Post
    Also does anyone know if Jelly Bean is coming?

    Motorola is bad with keeping their promises of updating their phones.
    Yes, Jelly Bean is coming to the Razr HD & Razr Maxx HD. No, I don't know when.

    Jelly Bean offers some nice new features and no negatives involving speed, stability, or battery performance.
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    According to CNET, looks like we get Jelly Bean next week

    http://www.vir.com.vn/news/tech/moto...next-week.html

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    Re: Motorola DROID RAZR HD & RAZR MAXX HD (XT926) Release Thread

    What do you guys think of jellybean for the RAZR HD? I've been running it for a day now and it seems slower than ICS. And now, when I click app drawer, it doesn't always go to my favorites tab, sometimes opens to normal apps. After a year of using favorites and then again on this phone, now I'm wildly clicking apps sometimes because they aren't where I expect them.

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    I got my Jelly Bean update today, it is noticeably slower. Maybe it is just the screen update. I haven't done much but noticed the foll
    1. swiping down the notification bar brings down the notification screen slowly and is jerky
    2. When I hit widgets from the apps screen, it took more than a second to respond. Tried it a 2nd time and it was fast. Then tried it again after a while and it was slow again.

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    Re: Motorola DROID RAZR HD & RAZR MAXX HD (XT926) Release Thread

    Try s factory reset. Sometimes apps data becomes cluttered with a phone update. As an alternative, you could clear cache on your most used apps.

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