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23rd January 2014, 03:54 PM   |  #1  
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I need to know, if I root my Z1 and after I need to use warranty, what will I need to do? Only reflash the original .ftf firmware? And about recovery? Sorry the noob question, but it's my first Xperia...

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I need to know, if I root my Z1 and after I need to use warranty, what will I need to do? Only reflash the original .ftf firmware? And about recovery? Sorry the noob question, but it's my first Xperia...

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Yes, as long as you don't unlock the bootloader and just root your warranty will be preserved once you get back on stock rom. All you will need to do is flash stock ftf and the custom recovery will be removed as well.
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Thank you maaan

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Hey, isn't a way to root on android 4.3 .290 with locked bootloader??

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Hey, isn't a way to root on android 4.3 .290 with locked bootloader??

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The only way to root is by downgrading first. The video guide is in my signature
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Hey, isn't a way to root on android 4.3 .290 with locked bootloader??

Yes, it is.
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