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lol, just to make sure you restored TA partition right you can enter the service menu, dial *#*#7378423#*#* then enter Service tests -> security.

if everything apears fine and sais [OK] without some jiberish you're good to go.
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I've unlocked and re-locked my boot loader using backupTA

Is there any sort of test I could do to make sure X-Reality is working?
I don't really notice a difference switching it on and off and looking at pictures in my album.

I saw on another thread that apparently you take a very vividly coloured image and take a screenshot with it on and off and apparently you should notice a difference there?
 
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I've unlocked and re-locked my boot loader using backupTA

Is there any sort of test I could do to make sure X-Reality is working?
I don't really notice a difference switching it on and off and looking at pictures in my album.

I saw on another thread that apparently you take a very vividly coloured image and take a screenshot with it on and off and apparently you should notice a difference there?
I never so a difference on my Stock Z1 switching on/off X-Reality and pictures uploaded can be tweeked so I will not be bother about X-Rerality at all. X-Reality tweek the image like a standard program so that mean the colors are not real. Loosing that features don't make any difference.
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I've unlocked and re-locked my boot loader using backupTA

Is there any sort of test I could do to make sure X-Reality is working?
I don't really notice a difference switching it on and off and looking at pictures in my album.

I saw on another thread that apparently you take a very vividly coloured image and take a screenshot with it on and off and apparently you should notice a difference there?
It doesn't matter what kind of pic it is, just go to album, open a pic and take a screenshot with x-reality on and another with x-reality off, then without turning X-reality on, go compare both screenshots and you will see the difference.
For pics most of the time I only see a difference in colors, but when it comes to videos I also see improvement in sharpness.

HD (720p) videos on YouTube look awesome, I even compared it to note 3 and the videos on the Z1 were noticeable sharper.

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