I have a question about PCC. What will happen when there will be some new update to download and i will plug in my rooted phone to my computer with PC Companion?
You can update using PCC. Anytime. Just that you will loose root. However, if you run the first exe from puppets thread before updating, and the second one after the completing of update, you will again get root in the new firmware that you update to.
In case some links are dead try out this ftp site (open preferably in Internet Explorer): ftp://giosal.webhop.net/
Go to Incoming and then Sony Updates, and you can find the ftfs there. [Thanks to MSTHETERROR]
Proceed as you did in downgrading, placing the 4.0.4 firmware in /firmware folder this time; and selecting it in step 4.
In step 4, make the check boxes look like this.
Proceed with the flashing Process.
Once the flashing is done, during the first boot, the device will reboot. After second boot it will turn on normally.
In case it gets into bootloop, proceed to next step right away.
Else proceed to next step with your phone turned ON.
V. Root 4.0.4 ROM:
From the Xperia-ROOT.rev3.zip file you downloaded earlier in step 3, open the file 02-push-root-files.cmd.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Device will reboot.
Once re-boot is done, you will have SuperUser installed in the 4.0.4 ROM.
Note: Using this method, you can also root .62 GB firmware. For this, just flash the .62 ROM in place of 4.0.4 ROM, in step IV.
You can also use Sony Update Service, for updating to 4.0.4 (or .62 firmware) in step IV. Rest of the procedure remains the same.
Hit Thanks if this post helped you in anyway.
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