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You can flash generic firmwares with a locked bootloader via flashtool to debrand your phone, however you can't flash custom roms or kernels until you unlock your bootloader.

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Thanks man,
i know that now,
gm007
and another guys
idicated me that too,
but flash another stock FW
Give me nothing special,
i don't want another FW mine is fine.

My problem is that my phone cannot be unlockable
And I want to know if someone with operator locked boot loader have flash generic FW and if after that his bootloader status as change

I mean
UnlockbootloaderAllowed=yes

But I don't think so:(

I just want to root this dam phone!
Or if a black way is possible or if I can wait

Because at this time I have one week left to return my phone

Have a phone that I cannot root is simply impossible for me

Flash,tweak,ect..On my phone is my drug:D

Without!
My day pass are very long and boring :D
 
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Im in Ireland so .73 for me yet

Is it correct to discharge the phone completly before going ahead with the initial charge?
Yes it's indicated in your book fonction with your phone,
it calibrate your battery for fast charging after
But like I said above you can charge the phone immediately after the first boot at 100%,use the phone til it auto power off
Then plug the charger and let it charge in off mode the max you can 12hours its good

The major problem people have with their battery is that we/they cannot wait to use the phone,they jump on it like a shark on a surf man and forget the battery callib

The phone have already min battery just for start,not for start a game or something

Start the phone,charge it 100%, use it at auto off(1%)
Charge it in off mode the maximum time possible
Start the phone,again use it at auto off
Repeat off mode

Now you have perfect battery!
 
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Originally Posted by del1701<br />
You can flash generic firmwares with a locked bootloader via flashtool to debrand your phone, however you can't flash custom roms or kernels until you unlock your bootloader.<br />
<br />
Sent from my Xperia S via a quantum leap
<br />
<br />
Thanks man,<br />
i know that now,<br />
gm007 <br />
and another guys <br />
idicated me that too,<br />
but flash another stock FW <br />
Give me nothing special,<br />
i don't want another FW mine is fine.<br />
<br />
My problem is that my phone cannot be unlockable <br />
And I want to know if someone with operator locked boot loader have flash generic FW and if after that his bootloader status as change<br />
<br />
I mean<br />
UnlockbootloaderAllowed=yes<br />
<br />
But I don't think so:(<br />
<br />
I just want to root this dam phone! <br />
Or if a black way is possible or if I can wait<br />
<br />
Because at this time I have one week left to return my phone<br />
<br />
Have a phone that I cannot root is simply impossible for me<br />
<br />
Flash,tweak,ect..On my phone is my drug:D<br />
<br />
Without! <br />
My day pass are very long and boring :D
If your phone is networked locked and in the service menu it says bootloader unlock allowed no, then at the moment you cannot unlock it, not even flashing a generic rom will unlock it, at the moment you have no way of rooting your phone I'm sorry to say but I would imagine that devs are working on it, so it's up to you if you want to keep it and wait to see if a rooting method comes or take it back for something else

Sent from my Xperia S via a quantum leap
Currently using Sony Xperia T unlocked & sim free and a Nexus 7
 
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Outch!!!

Thanks,man:D

Now,
all that i suspect before about this seam to be clear now :D
But doom say more clear "NO WAY" :D

Phone with unlock allowed =no

Flash FW in flash tool= same result+problems :-S/sorry not possible re:-S

Try to pay for unlock code = same result and -20$€ on your crédit card :D


Well,the right solution for us is

PRAY and cross our finger foot :DD
Or made a return and take iphone4 S krkrkr!!


(joke2)
Maybe someone
with a phone unlock=yes
but with some trouble/malfonction on it
want to exchange with mine unlock=no
But run perfect with no issue ?

:D

Thanks,man
I think I wait because like gm007 said
NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE AT XDA
 
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I do believe your phone as a cruel sense of humor along with that bad battery :P.
Certainly has. About four hours later, after sending a few (~6) texts and surfing (Wi-fi) for maybe 15 minutes, it popped the warning 0% and shut down. Cannot seem to get it charged at all at the moment. 0% to 100% in 5 minutes on Saturday morning and then back to 0% less than an hour later.

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Try resetting the battery stats and see if it gets itself back in line.

You arent using any kind of weird charger are you? If you had a high power 12V cigarette socket charger that could cause issues.

Also, Hi from another Dublin XS user
Hello there fellow Dublin XS. I have to say I'm missing my HTC Desire. The XS is so impressive, when it's on, but the HTC was reliable.

The day I got it I was getting no charge via the Sony USB from my computer so I did use a Blackberry charger (which used work fine with my HTC Desire) and it seemed to work.

Since then, because the Sony charger doesn't seem to charge it (14 hours plugged in since last night with no use and still at 0%) I've tried Samsung and HTC chargers, with mixed success. At present nothing seems to be working and I cannot get any charge into the battery.
 
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Certainly has. About four hours later, after sending a few (~6) texts and surfing (Wi-fi) for maybe 15 minutes, it popped the warning 0% and shut down. Cannot seem to get it charged at all at the moment. 0% to 100% in 5 minutes on Saturday morning and then back to 0% less than an hour later.



Hello there fellow Dublin XS. I have to say I'm missing my HTC Desire. The XS is so impressive, when it's on, but the HTC was reliable.

The day I got it I was getting no charge via the Sony USB from my computer so I did use a Blackberry charger (which used work fine with my HTC Desire) and it seemed to work.

Since then, because the Sony charger doesn't seem to charge it (14 hours plugged in since last night with no use and still at 0%) I've tried Samsung and HTC chargers, with mixed success. At present nothing seems to be working and I cannot get any charge into the battery.
I think you need to try with your car:D
I mean,cut your usb cable then put contact on your car battery,wait all the night,and now your phone is charged

If not,try to find a plane then retry same way on the plane reactor,(the reactor of the plane must be ON and at full speed)

maybe your phone get charged ;)
 
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If you have a rooted fw add these 2 lines to build.prop:

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pm.sleep_mode=1
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Have you noticed any change in battery life using that code?

Thanks for sharing.

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Have you noticed any change in battery life using that code?

Thanks for sharing.

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If I go to settings and look at the battery usage in the morning I noticed the deep sleep was better and there was less drain during the night
 
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i got 23 hours , all service active. 3G ,exchange email,facebook,twitter (30 mnt refresh),calling, whatsapp ( i really hardcore with this app)

try flash doom kernel. undervolt -100mV , use smartassV2 , min clock 384 max 1024. and stay away with im+ really drain ur battrey. use it if u really need it.

and i still get 20% anyway

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