Originally Posted by Jonas740
Well yes i let it wipe everything and the firmware i used comes from here : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2712772
Its the [FTF] Xperia Z1 C6903 14.3.A.0.757 Generic NCB
Last night though i flashed the kernel from the one you are using, locked my bootloader again with flashtool. I dont know yet but phone hasnt restarted yet while i have been using the camera. I had that DoomLord kernel you linked before with CWM.
Phone is still rooted. Sidenote: This phone seems sturdy, it actually took a fall last night from 50cm straight down onto a steel profile with the back cover. Only thing that happened was a long scratch in my backside screen protector. Under that was not a scratch. I was nerveous since ive only had the phone for two weeks
I think i will buy a OnePlus One when thoose come out though :P
Can give the information that what i did there didnt work. Phone rebooted today when i took a picture. Took loads of pics this morning and no problem. But then today i decided to install Googles CameraApp. Tried that for a bit. When i got home to take pictures while replacing the lcd on my Xperia V it decided that it was time for a reboot when i shot the first picture.
Dunno if the google camera app was the issue but i didnt use that and i closed that process. If you dont close that process and open Sony´s camera app it will say that the camera aint available.
Kind of tired of theese reboots now.
Well i felt some joy but not really joy but a friend at work also has problems with his Samsung Galaxy S5 with the new kit kat draining battery like a maddarfakkar. in 4 hours it had gone from 100% to 45% and he just had it in his pocket
Why change a software on a phone thats already working !
OnePlus One Black Sandstone edition 64gb - Stock
Xperia Z1 - Stock kernel - .108 - Unlocked Bootloader - Rooted - Has it´s own life
Xperia V - New display and working like a charm.