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hello guys I was wondering if there is an easier way to unlock boot loader as for me i don't understand the mumbo jumbo from sony
 
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hello guys I was wondering if there is an easier way to unlock boot loader as for me i don't understand the mumbo jumbo from song
Flashtool. But really if you are not comfortable with fastboot and adb please read more before you try messing with your phone

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ok i succeeded to unlock boot loader using flash tool

so if there is a new firmware update what steps shall i do, shall i restore the TA backup and then relock boot loader using flash tool
 
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ok i succeeded to unlock boot loader using flash tool

so if there is a new firmware update what steps shall i do, shall i restore the TA backup and then relock boot loader using flash tool
root and backup your TA partition now.

Then leave it unlocked.

Just flash what ever FTF you want. (any generic version will do)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2453921

unlocked bootloader wont make any difference from now on. No point in locking it unless you have a waranty claim.
 
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root and backup your TA partition now.

Then leave it unlocked.

Just flash what ever FTF you want. (any generic version will do)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2453921

unlocked bootloader wont make any difference from now on. No point in locking it unless you have a waranty claim.
i had my TA backed up when I was on 532 should I now back it up again
 
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i had my TA backed up when I was on 532 should I now back it up again
Ta is a unique set of keys basically. It's static so remains the same no matter what rom, kernel or baseband you flash.

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