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[Guide][T,TL,V,TX][4.3] ROOT + RECOVERY

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You should also calculate, that there is a risk, your phone can not be rescued, if something goes seriously wrong.

As long as you don't unlock the bootloader, there's no any big risk
 
 
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thank you for tut..
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is there any kernel (include recovery) for unlocked bootloader xperia v?
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Totally worked on my wife's Rogers Xperia T -- haven't tested the recovery yet, I'll do that later this week. Her phone is carrier locked so I'm hoping even with custom recovery, I can flash CM to it as the stock Sony ROM is awful (on battery, speed, etc). Big thanks to OP, at least I was able to use root to make the phone a little more bearable for her.
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Totally worked on my wife's Rogers Xperia T -- haven't tested the recovery yet, I'll do that later this week. Her phone is carrier locked so I'm hoping even with custom recovery, I can flash CM to it as the stock Sony ROM is awful (on battery, speed, etc). Big thanks to OP, at least I was able to use root to make the phone a little more bearable for her.

CM need unlocked bootloader for the kernel, now you can only flash stock based custom roms.
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