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Lightbulb [Q] How to get root access on Xperia Arc LT15 i build 4.1.B.0.431

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I have currently updated my Xperia Arc LT 15i to build 4.1.B.0.431. I haven't rooted my phone till now. Its my first time and I want to know step by step procedure to root my device.

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There's a thread dedicated to rooting 4.0.4. Find it.
Next time ask your question in the q&a forum before a mod locks this and you don't get an answer

Edit: Well it got moved without being locked.

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There is thread dedicated to rooting flashed 4.0.4, not stock 4.0.4, so I am also wondering how to root my device!
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There is a working root for 4.3 if u want update phone OTA to 4.3 then root or if you can't OTA u will have to flash the 4.0.4 method.

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There is thread dedicated to rooting flashed 4.0.4, not stock 4.0.4, so I am also wondering how to root my device!
By stock do you mean updated through pc companion or seus?
ATM there's no way to root without flashing

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So many threads about rooting ICS, if you come from 4.0.3 rooted then you must do the OTA (over the air) to update to 4.0.4 and you will keep the root, very simple and indeed there is not yet a root kit by Doomlord so ne patient and not posting tons of threads how to roor 4.0.4, right uppercorner stands...SEARCH
And is that not possible to do the ota flash then a costum rom



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