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Is it possible for ROOT??? 4.4.2 Kitkat .757

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18th April 2014, 07:09 PM   |  #1  
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Hello All. I have got a question to ask that is Can i root my Z1 on V. 4.2.2 .757 as i can not unlock my bootloader

Is there a way to do a root? or impossible please help and also is it possible to restore stock so i can send back if i got any problems with the device?


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18th April 2014, 07:23 PM   |  #2  
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Hello All. I have got a question to ask that is Can i root my Z1 on V. 4.2.2 .757

This makes no sense, you should mean 4.4.2 on FTF ending in 757
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as i can not unlock my bootloader
Is there a way to do a root? or impossible please help and also is it possible to restore stock so i can send back if i got any problems with the device?
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1) Flash a FTF ending in 534 (Find files and instructions in the mega collection thread in the general section)
2) Instal Dual Recovery (Find files and instructions in the dual recovery thread in the cross device development section)
3) Flash a pre rooted 757 rom (Find files and instructions in the "Update to 757" thread in the development section)


That's 4 times today I have written that, so I am batting at average today....
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18th April 2014, 07:28 PM   |  #3  
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Thanks for the help. So all I need to do to get warranty back is to flash stock no root or recovery?

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Thanks for the help. So all I need to do to get warranty back is to flash stock no root or recovery?

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There is no such thing as a stock recovery on sony phones

You will just need to flash a FTF file, but you do not lose warrenty by rooting
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There is no such thing as a stock recovery on sony phones

You will just need to flash a FTF file, but you do not lose warrenty by rooting

Ah Thanks Gregbradley. Much appricated. I check the Mega Collections and i just download one file and flash that?? then install DualRecovery then flash 757 prerooted
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Ah Thanks Gregbradley. Much appricated. I check the Mega Collections and i just download one file and flash that?? then install DualRecovery then flash 757 prerooted

That's what I said

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1) Flash a FTF ending in 534 (Find files and instructions in the mega collection thread in the general section)
2) Instal Dual Recovery (Find files and instructions in the dual recovery thread in the cross device development section)
3) Flash a pre rooted 757 rom (Find files and instructions in the "Update to 757" thread in the development section)

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