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For those of you who want to upgrade from Gingerbread to official ICS manually (because OTA updates are not showing updates) on your Droid Bionic here’s how to do it.
Step 1. First, you will need to be on a stock ROM with software version 5.9.905 Gingerbread. If you are not, go ahead and restore your stock ROM first. If you didn’t make a backup your stock ROM or you lost it, you can also unroot using RSDLite.
Step 2. Second, you will need to also un-install Safestrap recovery if you have it installed, just run the Safestrap app to un-install.
Step 3. Third, you will need a microSD card, download the official ICS update below and copy over to anywhere on your microSD card on your Bionic.
Step 4. Turn off your Droid Bionic. Hold down Volume Up and Volume Down, then press the Power button to enter bootloader menus. Use the Volume Down key to choose “recovery” and Volume Up key to select it.
Step 5. Choose “apply update from sdcard” and find the official ICS update file you copied over earlier.
After about 20-30 minutes, your Droid Bionic should reboot and you should be on the latest official ICS with software version 6.7.246.Need Help? Follow/add me on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter!
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