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I have a problem when i try to root my xperia t with bin4ry v18 it connects butt when i get the root file in my backup and restore, it wont reboot.
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Hello,

I have a problem when i try to root my xperia t with bin4ry v18 it connects butt when i get the root file in my backup and restore and in wont reboot.
Unfortunately your screen shot does not not say what version your firmware is. (Build number)


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Unfortunately your screen shot does not not say what version your firmware is. (Build number)
forgot sorry build number 7.0 a3.223
 
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forgot sorry build number 7.0 a3.223
OK,

You cannot root that firmware. You must first use flashtool to flash a stock 7.0.A.1.303 firmware.
Look in the all in one thread in the Q&A section to find the guides.


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OK,

You cannot root that firmware. You must first use flashtool to flash a stock 7.0.A.1.195 firmware.
Look in the all in one thread in the Q&A section to find the guides.
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OK,

You cannot root that firmware. You must first use flashtool to flash a stock 7.0.A.1.195 firmware.
Look in the all in one thread in the Q&A section to find the guides.
Doesn't he want the .303 firmware, you can't root the .195

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Doesn't he want the .303 firmware, you can't root the .195
Thanks, my mistake, thats the one i meant


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