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I've redone my razr's os lots of times. You need flashing software devloped by motorola, and you need a flash pack and it redoes your software and stuff. So, no, linux will most likely not work on your phone, unless someone can convert it to a .shx type format to go on most phones.
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Originally Posted by Retrospekt
I've redone my razr's os lots of times. You need flashing software devloped by motorola, and you need a flash pack and it redoes your software and stuff. So, no, linux will most likely not work on your phone, unless someone can convert it to a .shx type format to go on most phones.
I assume you are also doing seems edits which is basically changing a series of numbers within the unit with MPT.

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