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I accidentally deleted updatecenter.apk from. 257 firmware. I Need the deodexed version or any other that works, tested many apk But none of them is working.

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I accidentally deleted updatecenter.apk from. 257 firmware. I Need the deodexed version or any other that works, tested many apk But none of them is working.

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I think that the easiest would be to reflash the rom (ftf) via flashtool while excluding the data wipe options. This way you will get the update center back to its normal function.
 
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Here you go.

A lot easier than downloading a whole FTF for a 1 MB apk
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Here you go.

A lot easier than downloading a whole FTF for a 1 MB apk
Thanks, not working, copied to system/app, set permisions and nothing.

And flash again ftf I lose root.
 
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Well flash a ftf and root again

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Thanks, but the only .257 firmware that works rooted is a custom rom from here installed via dual recovery cwm, a flasheable zip, and not have the apk.

and flashing the ftf excluding system give various apps ( bloatware ) back, but not the update centre.

i have and original APK and the odex file, copied to system apps, set permisons and nothing.

another sugetions?


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Thanks, but the only .257 firmware that works rooted is a custom rom from here installed via dual recovery cwm, a flasheable zip, and not have the apk.

and flashing the ftf excluding system give various apps ( bloatware ) back, but not the update centre.

i have and original APK and the odex file, copied to system apps, set permisons and nothing.

another sugetions?


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The updatecenter is the bloatware itself,u can instal the original firmware of sony if u want root it and remove other bloatwars with TB

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