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Another DROID Bionic ICS Build Leaks, This Time as Version 6.7.2233

Quite the day for DROID Bionic owners, I’d say. After receiving their first flashable Ice Cream Sandwich leak this morning, another has appeared with a slightly newer build and potentially some critical bug fixes. The original leak was build 6.7.2231 – this one is 6.7.2233. According to those that have flashed it, there are framework, Moto apk and webtop changes. Probably not a bunch of stuff you’ll notice upfront, but it should be more stable if anything.

In order to update to this, you have to be on build 5.9.905, just like with the last one. 

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(This video is of this morning’s leak.)

Via:  Download | XDA

Cheers Mike!

  • Jr

    Can anyone tell me what the difference between the 232 and 233 are and if worth fxz back to 902 to go from 232 to 233

  • Mike

    So, is it safe to assume the bionic won’t be getting the official ICS update unti September 30th

  • scottsy1_00

    works amazing. i love the ics update. more than doubled my benchmark scores! im hitting well over 3000 now. plus i have yet to encounter a single data drop :)

  • RoadsterHD1

    Can someone give a evaluation of the pros and cons? Speed tests, benchmarks on Antutu?

  • cortesjues

    Just tried it on my phone, and this seems to have fixed all my connection issues as well as make my phone feel brand new again. Highly recommend that everyone does it =)

    • RoadsterHD1

      no more blue and white data drops anymore?

  • MIke

    Does anyone know if HBO GO will work with the ICS Leak?

  • gib

    this download has the same name at the 1st link is this really and different update

    • WickedToby741

      Yes. Moto always names the builds after the version you’re coming from instead of the version you’re going to, so it makes sense both files have the same name since both have to be flashed over .905.

  • dave1078

    Anyone else getting ridiculously good FPS and scores on quadrant? I’m getting around 3100 after installing this leak.

  • Diablo81588

    All I have to say is..WOW! This is the smoothest, most polished version of Android I have ever seen on ANY device. Blur on ICS rocks! Buttery smooth!

    • DanKemple

      not just smooth but so much more vanilla. It is the perfect mix of a little blur and mostly stock android. I’m loving this ICS!

    • RoadsterHD1

      Have you run any benchmarks?

    • RoadsterHD1

      How is the data connection? Any drops or loss of data?, Blue white icon?

      • Diablo81588

        Rock solid so far. Seems to be just as good as 905 was.

  • http://twitter.com/Curtn2121 Curtis Neal

    So I keep getting an E:signature verification failed” message when I try to flash, anyone have any suggestions?

    • ajsmsg78

      Must FXZ back to .902 if you have ever had safestrap installed before.

  • Anon

    I’ve also found you can FXZ from the first leak back to .902. Whether you can from the second one, no-one has confirmed yet.

    Still, curiosity has gotten the better of me, and I’m going forward with .2233. I AM thankful that I have Rerware’s MyBackup Pro to bring my stuff back in easily, though. =)

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dave-Russell/1265359834 Dave Russell

      You can. It was done over at Droidhive. Andrstein gave a play by play in the shoutbox while he was attempting it.

  • DanKemple

    only problem i have with last nights build is that texting takes forever to send a text…weird. i guess i’ll decide tomorrow if it’s worth yet another leak but so far im happy w the current one

  • AZZO

    im on the shoutbox at droidhive.com and it is possible to FXZ from 2231 to .902. someone is testing the 2233 to .902 now

  • Blaine Tsukayama

    does you phone charge up right? im stuck at 30%

  • sy23

    Yay P3 droid confirmed! You can be on first leak and fxz back to. 902. Check his twitter! Yesssssssssssss Win-Win

    • Diablo81588

      Even though I didn’t have time to install the first leak, I’m glad to hear this.

    • eddieonofre

      Do you have a link??

      • http://www.facebook.com/Thomas.STi Thomas Fusco

        Ive fxzed to .902 back from the first leak then updated to .905 then updated to the latest ics. No problems

  • Thurinor

    If you guys want the new ICS but jumped the gun and now can’t go find RSD lite and flash your phone back to Stock then update to 905 and your good

  • http://twitter.com/ThePatriotVirus ThePatriotVirus

    P3Droid posted on twitter 902 FXZ works fine to go back
    “P3Droid ‏@P3DroidBionic Users: 902 FXZ works fine to go back….Double Woot..”

  • debonu

    Avoid the filefactory link and grab the torrent from XDA. And don’t forget to seed it to help out others. Link is on the 5th page of the post I believe.

  • tony

    Im new to this but why does the download say 905? I thought it was ics?

    • maverick

      It is going to be ics

      • tony

        even though it says 905?

        • maverick

          Correct, however I would recommend Waiting till the weekend is over

        • rockstar323

          Like hkklife posted below Moto names the update with the version you need to be coming from not going to. It’s an update for 905 to ICS.

    • WickedToby741

      Motorola names their update files after the previous version. The .905 update was named .902 and so on and so forth. It’s ICS, it just means you have to be running .905 to install it.

  • maverick

    Downloading second leak now going to wait on it see what comes out after this weekend for the leaks

  • http://www.facebook.com/gabaldon14 Joe Jr Gabaldón

    Can we not use Recovery like the last leak?

    • http://www.facebook.com/Thomas.STi Thomas Fusco

      have to be on .905 to update to latest.

      • http://www.facebook.com/gabaldon14 Joe Jr Gabaldón

        I jumped the gun. Am I stuck on .2231? Any way to go back to .905 and then update to .2233?

  • Dave

    So im new to this… but why does the DL say 905? And how do I go about updating

    • hkklife

      As always, Moto’s naming convention reflects the version you should be updating FROM, not the one you are updating TO.

      Example with Bionic: You are in stock 905 GB, you want to install 2233 ICS, the filename will contain “905”.

      • dave

        Thanks man. So all i do is update via recovery or what>

    • debonu

      The new update always states the update you are coming from rather than the one you are going to.

  • applh8r

    Sweet Jesus I hate filefactory.

  • Jayrod

    Has anyone installed it ? How do u keep Root/reroot?

    • http://twitter.com/bboyairwreck Eric Chee

      you can keep root via Voodoo but thats not necessary anymore since the RZR ICS root method works now. Links are on the DroidHive forum

    • ajsmsg78

      You can use razr’s edge root to root after you install ICS.

  • http://twitter.com/radster24 C RAD

    when i go to dl the leak it brings me to the 905 is this the correct leak

    • WickedToby741

      Yes. Its named after the build you’re on, not the one you’re upgrading to.

  • Bionic

    Hurry up and just send the OTA.

  • AZZO

    HA YES!! i did not flash the morning build :DDDD

  • Pill kozby

    The build from last night is running smooth for me so if I’m stuck on it oh well

    • http://twitter.com/infidel0331 Doug Kulp

      You said it brother!! I flashed the build from last night & it works amazing for me. It takes a little time to acclimate itself to the network coverage, but once it does, it performs like a champ! In fact, my area isn’t 4g, but I’m somewhat close (I’m south of Reading, PA, Chester & Lancaster counties are lit up) & my phone has been picking up 4g signal!

  • AroundTheFur

    waiting for the droidtheory/droidhive love

  • chris125

    Now only if the razr leaks were this easy to install.

  • Lambo_21

    This is great news. We saw this with the razr close to release so… im thinking their isn’t that much longer to wait

  • bakdroid

    And this is exactly why I decided to wait. Too many things that can change and then you are stuck on a bad leak. Best to wait for OTA.

    • Daniel Dlugos

      Exactly, as much as I like to mess around with these leaks, it’s just to risky with the locked boot loader. I’m staying put.

      • http://www.facebook.com/Melladon Melvin Ray Kendall II

        considering you can fxz back to 902, it doesnt matter.

        • http://www.facebook.com/disboima Ma Lor

          nvm

    • http://www.facebook.com/Melladon Melvin Ray Kendall II

      see you in september, lol.

    • http://twitter.com/bboyairwreck Eric Chee

      I was exactly like that but since they figured out how to go back to 902, there is not more risk. and neither of these are “bad leaks”. Either one is very stable! The only difference is DRM support (for like Hulu) and System UI is fixed in webtop.

  • DMBatCOFC

    Ugh. Already installed first leak.

    • ya1269

      Omg..

      • http://www.facebook.com/princesation Prince Dela Cruz

        Omg is right … I did the same thing ………….

        • someguy767

          god ;(@*#&$(* this is blasphemy!

          so we cannot flash this one….. I HATE MOTOROLA!

          • ocdtrekkie

            Don’t hate Motorola. Hate your own stupidity. I even posted that this is likely to happen if you did the update. Installing leaks is bad.

          • DMBatCOFC

            I have installed leaks since I’ve had a smartphone. I take risks, and always get to where I need to be. I enjoy testing first builds.”Hate your own stupidity” is such an ignorant statement…

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=506505267 Kelvin Tso

            How is that not the fault of the user? It’s a leak, not an official ota, it’s your choice to download and update “at your own risk”.

          • DMBatCOFC

            I didnt fault anyone in any of my comments… where are you going with this?

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=506505267 Kelvin Tso

            In your comment, you stated that “Hate your own stupidity” is an ignorant statement, but it’s not. Droid users, especially ones knowledgeable to flash leaked builds in the first place, should be aware of the risk when doing so. So blaming motorola for a leaked build of ICS that the “User” installed, is kinda stupid. And as far as I know, in the articles, they’re both stable……-ish.