Already have recovery ready... Waiting for testers...
Sent from my LT30p using xda app-developers app
how does the testing go ?
SONY Y U NO MAKE AOSP ROMS
PHONE: Sony Xperia Z Black ROM: omni-4.4.1-20131208-yuga-NIGHTLY RADIO/MODEM: 9x15A-ACEFWMAZQ-30110057-39 KERNEL: OmniStock RECOVERY: TWRP RUNTIME: DALVIK
History:Samsung Galaxy S III | Samsung Galaxy S II | HTC HD2 | HTC Touch HD | HTC Touch Diamond | Nokia 6600 | Nokia 5100 | Alcatel OT-300
Got the Z today. Having to pay for the unlock with the distinct Sony goodies, I'm still reluctant to unlock it, yet.
It's itching me though, not being able to restore data from my previous device. Hence temp or permanent root on locked bootloaders would give me a very nice, warm and cozy feeling
I don't quite get it anway why manufacturers so quickly close exploits which are a) only good for rooting anyway, b) need prolonged physical access to the device and c) do not cause any harm otherwise. Why not leave us that little cookie to play with...? Hmpf...
Current: Sony XPERIA Z (C6603) locked, rooted stock 4.1 | Samsung Galaxy S3 rooted stock 4.1 Asus Transformer Pad (TF300T) locked, stock 4.1 | Asus Transformer Pad (TF300TG) locked, rooted stock 4.0
In Repairs: Sony XPERIA T Deprecated: Samsung Galaxy Note, HTC DesireZ, HTC 7, Nokia N900, HTC Magic, HTC Touch Pro, SonyEricsson XPERIA X1, HTC Touch Cruise, HTC Canary (Orange SPV) et al.
Originally Posted by Ryland Johnson
It is clear that this phone has an awful lot more artificial intelligence than some of its owners.
Despite its insanely cheap $179 asking price, the Moto Gis a legitimately good smartphone. … more
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