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    Moto X XT1058
    ROM: JB Stock 139.12.36 | Kernel: Stock | Root: Not yet | BL: Locked | Recovery: Not yet | Other: MX Player Custom Codec w/ DTS Support

    Previous Devices
    Sony Xperia S: Stolen
    Sony Xperia P: Stolen
    Sony Xperia X10 Mini Pro: Deceased

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1 Is it possible to hide the Turn Off option from the power menu when phone is locked, just like in the Adv. Power Menu mod? Because then I'd move to this module, as it has some more features. Great work and cheers from a fellow Brazilian!
1 Strange. My Xperia S backup is 2 MB, though I created it with an old version (8.6). Did you use this tool or flashtool? I used the current version, 9.5. Zipped it can be 44kb while extracted 2mb ;). That's what I was going to say =D...
1 Can you make a simple TuTs? Did your phone able to load fastboot mode? ROM: Stock LT22i ROM Bootloader: Unlocked Root: Yes Kernels: Sliding_XP v8.3 Script: ◢ Project Fluid™ ◣ | V6 Supercharger I'll try to make it as simple as...
1 I had the same problem when trying to update to JB through PC Companion using my laptop and it wouldn't recognize the phone even with the Flashtool drivers installed. What did I do? I downloaded the drivers from Sony's developers page. Fastboo...
1 Okay when u open cmd Make sure u run it as administrator Secondly Try adb root Which rom are u using??? Edit _ just saw ur signature :D My user has administrator rights, so I guess it's OK, right? Funny thing is that works for...