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[Q] Xperia M2 firmware on M?

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25th April 2014, 05:29 PM |#11  
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bro u should learn about processor and chipset...here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdra...tem_on_chip%29
and each phone has different ...
u cant flash ftf on other phones....there is no 2 phones has same hardware after 2013
 
 
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[quote name="paper13579" post=52182038]So what do you think @ansebovi

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bro u should learn about processor and chipset...here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdra...tem_on_chip%29
and each phone has different ...
u cant flash ftf on other phones....there is no 2 phones has same hardware after 2013[/QUOTE]

Oh well ok

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we can only flash Xperia M dual's ftf on Xperia M as they got 99% same hardware,difference is only the single sim & dual sim

or M's firmware on M dual
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Oh well ok

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we can only flash Xperia M dual's ftf on Xperia M as they got 99% same hardware,difference is only the single sim & dual sim

or M's firmware on M dual[/QUOTE]


Can you explain yourself a bit more. Im not fully sure i understand what you are trying to say.

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Can you explain yourself a bit more. Im not fully sure i understand what you are trying to say.

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For example,we can only flash Xperia M dual's ftf on Xperia M.

Reason?
They are using the exactly same hardware...
Including Camera,RAM,Internal Storage,Chipset,Screen resolution etc.
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For example,we can only flash Xperia M dual's ftf on Xperia M.

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They are using the exactly same hardware...
Including Camera,RAM,Internal Storage,Chipset,Screen resolution etc.


Oh ok, thanks.

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Oh ok, thanks.

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don't say,press the button is enough...

btw don't ever flash M2's ftf on M as this will cause hardbrick
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