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Xperia Arc forgot lock pattern with USB debuging is off

12th March 2014, 02:58 AM |#1  
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Hello,

Unluckily I forgot my Arc locking pattern with USB debugging off. So I can't do FlashTool with Flashmode.

I tried method here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2303380

but it does not have 'Customization Settings'.





Is there anyway that I can flash a system image via FlashTool Fastboot mode or any other better way around?

Looking forward to your advices.
12th March 2014, 05:34 AM |#2  
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Unluckily I forgot my Arc locking pattern with USB debugging off. So I can't do FlashTool with Flashmode.

Yes, you can. You don't need USB debugging for flashmode.
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Is there anyway that I can flash a system image via FlashTool Fastboot mode or any other better way around?

It's not gonna help you, the lock data is saved on /data partition. Factory reset will remove the lock, but it will as well remove all your personal data.
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Yes, you can. You don't need USB debugging for flashmode.

Thanks for your advice, but I must be doing something wrong. FlashTool won't allow me to proceed on Flashmode with USB debugging off.

Here it keeps Wait for Flashmode...

[IMG]hanoidesign.com/download/img/xperia3.jpg[/IMG]

I am missing something?
12th March 2014, 02:17 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by hanoidesign

Thanks for your advice, but I must be doing something wrong. FlashTool won't allow me to proceed on Flashmode with USB debugging off.

Here it keeps Wait for Flashmode...

[IMG]hanoidesign.com/download/img/xperia3.jpg[/IMG]

I am missing something?

Make sure drivers are installed. Phone has to be turned off, then hold down Back button and connect USB cable.
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Make sure drivers are installed. Phone has to be turned off, then hold down Back button and connect USB cable.

You're life saver!! Worked at second trial.

I found good reason to flash to ICS anyway, and rooted it. Now I tried x-parts to have Recovery but x-parts said CWM installed OK but I tried reboot from x-part or press volume at boot, it still boot normally.

Any thought?
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I've managed to get CWM Recovery working by removing x-parts and install CWM from the old cwminstaller-v1.apk that I found. Yes the latest CWM version is not working on Arc in my case.

Hope this helps.
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