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[XMD] [MANY FIRMWARES] Deodex & SUPERUSERMOD

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13th June 2014, 11:29 PM   |  #1  
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DISCLAIMER: I am not responsible for you bricking your phone, applications stopping working on you phone or data wipes what may happen during the installs of these files. You are installing them at your own risk. Please make backups of the original files as I won't supply you with them.

Hi, I've deodexed the /system partition to the most recent update (at the time of writing), 15.5.A.1.5, of the Sony Xperia M DUAL SIM.

The files have been taken from the C2004 ftf, but will work perfectly fine on the C2005 too. The deodexed files come in a neat .zip for if you have an unlocked bootloader, if you don't have an unlocked bootloader please refer to this guide on how to push the files to your device.

I have also modified the services.jar file to enable SUPERUSERMOD, just push the new file to your device and enjoy. You also need to be deodexed to use SUPERUSERMOD.

I will keep this thread updated if any new firmwares get released. Just check back after about a day and I should have them up for you.


15.5.A.0.18 files:
Deodexed files
services.jar

15.5.A.1.5 files:
Deodexed files
services.jar

I never actually stated how I made these files, for the deodexed files I used the Kamome tool (thanks for your tool @AndroPlus) and for the SUPERUSERMOD I followed the guide by @DavidMKD.
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How to check that my XMD was successfully deodexed?
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Originally Posted by carlogaza

How to check that my XMD was successfully deodexed?

If it has booted correctly, go to /system/app and /system/framework and see if there are any .odex files in both of them folders, if not then it is.
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