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[ROM] 6.2.B.0.200 - CWM Image and Testkey FTF

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25th May 2013, 02:46 PM   |  #1  
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Hey,

someone sended me this rom, it can only be flashed on BROWN devices, testkey signed.
But i think it can be flashed like last leak, in recoveymode flash partition and boot

So here is it, have fun with it!

To use this ROM you need either a BROWN (PROTOTYPE/TESTING) or a UNLOCKED Device with CWM installed!

FTF: only for prototypes/brown devices
http://ul.to/iyw3amxh

NO MIRRORS please!

CWM Method (prerooted + Advanced StockKernel from Doomlord included): [Update: Changed to "normal" update.zip]
Download this file:
Mirror 1: http://ul.to/lb0m55r2
Mirror 2: http://clz.to/i69mm7dd

NO MIRRORS PLEASE

Flash the "LT26i-6.2.B.0.200-update.zip" with the option "Install zip from sideload" or "Install zip from SD" and reboot - Done

First boot may take some time, if after 5 minutes phone is not boot up, then go to fastboot and flash the attached userdata.sin with fastboot (fastboot flash userdata userdata.sin).

Screenshot in attachement!

@DooMLoRD has made a AdvancedStock Kernel already:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1#post41824768

Sidenote:
If you have the "old" CWM package (restore the backup) and you get md5sum mismatch then do this: (thanks @Envious_Data)

If you have Superuser problems do this:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=41835933

Quote:

adb shell
cd /sdcard/clockworkmod/backup/2013-05-25.14.36.55
rm nandroid.md5
md5sum *img > nandroid.md5
md5sum *tar* >> nandroid.md5

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Thanks, downloading now, please could someone give me detailed info on how to install this? Do I make a zip file from this FTF? Any things to do while in recovery?
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I would suggest like this:

Use flashtool and extract the ext4 part from system.sin

then push system.ext4 to phone
in recovery shell do:
dd if=/path/to/system.sin of=/dev/block/insertblockdeviceofsystempartitionhere

after that reboot to fastboot and
fastboot flash boot kernel.sin

then maybe also erase userdata from fastboot and cross your fingers

This is NOT a proper instruction to do this, only a first way i would start

Another way would be to mount the system.sin on your pc and create a proper update.zip from it =)

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Question is, is it safe to do so. :P
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I am chargin my Xperia S actually.
So worst case is that you would need to reflash a older firmware with flashtool :P

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Bin4ry

I would suggest like this:

push system.sin to phone.
in recovery shell do a
dd if=/path/to/system.sin of=/dev/block/insertblockdeviceofsystempartitionhere

after that reboot to fastboot and
fastboot flash boot kernel.sin

then maybe also erase userdata from fastboot and cross your fingers

This is NOT a proper instruction to do this, only a first way i would start

Another way would be to mount the system.sin on your pc and create a proper update.zip from it =)

Regards

Thank you, but do not understand fully what is necessary ( a step by step guide would be helpful) and I am afraid of bricking my phone... Why use fastboot to push all files, and not use flashtool? and what is the second thing you do (in recovery shell do a...)
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Wow... Nice. Man
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Please share the link 4share
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Please share the link 4share

No, no mirrors please!

I will upload a recovery backup soon. For all who dont know how to make it run theirselve!

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