Originally Posted by Damion1983
I have the same problem,but usb debugging and unknown sources is turned on (well was when my o/s still worked :P )
It gave me then the same problem as it does now
Now it loops with the SE logo (last time at least i had CW installed)
I have tried a SEUS but it gives me the "software is up to date" so i can't do a repair like i did last time
(Sony Ericsson X10mini E10i)
1. Did you put the correct X10 Mini drivers into the drivers folder? By default it's running on the X10 drivers, although when you connect the device first time, it will ask for your exact device.
2. Try flashing the stock 2.1 firmware for your X10 Mini (not sure where to find X10 Mini stock firmwares, but they shouldn't be too hard to find). Generally, that can completely restore the software condition back to when it came out of a factory or you just updated it to 2.1
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Originally Posted by packyman
I've the same problem here.
USB Debugging and unknown software sources are activated.
I have no SIM inserted (is it needed for flashing??)
and I want to flash a new kernel.
But, when I connect the phone, SEX10 Flasher generates the same log.....
06/044/2012 20:44:48 - INFO - Connected device : X10
06/044/2012 20:44:48 - INFO - Installed version of busybox : BusyBox v1.17.2 (2010-09-05 03:37:08 CDT) multi-call binary.
06/045/2012 20:45:33 - INFO - Preparing files for flashing
06/045/2012 20:45:54 - INFO - Searching Xperia....
06/045/2012 20:45:54 - ERROR - Please plug you device in flash mode
06/045/2012 20:45:55 - INFO - Searching Xperia....
06/045/2012 20:45:55 - INFO - Found at USB\VID_0FCE&PID_ADDE\6&2F22CF9E&0&4
06/045/2012 20:45:55 - INFO - Start Flashing
06/045/2012 20:45:55 - INFO -
06/045/2012 20:45:55 - ERROR - Error flashing. Aborted
06/045/2012 20:45:55 - INFO - Now unplug the device and power it on
06/045/2012 20:45:55 - INFO - Then go to application settings
06/045/2012 20:45:55 - INFO - turn on Unknown Sources and Debugging
You can only flash a custom kernel when the bootloader is unlocked. For instructions on unlocking the bootloader, look at this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1254087
If your phone also refuses to boot, flash the stock firmware for the Xperia X10 via Flashtool
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10i (Stock, retired)
ZTE Blade V880 (CM 7, retired)
Sony Ericsson Xperia U (Stock, backup)
Sony Xperia Z (Stock, current workhorse)
Life is a bit boring stock, but hey, if it isn't broken, don't fix it (or at least that's my motto till I can be bothered doing some work on it...)
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