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18th February 2014, 09:13 AM |#1  
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Hi, I root my xperia play (verizon version) just fine and has been using custom ROM for a while and it all works great. but then I wanted to try a different ROM and so I install NexPlay ROM via recovery menu. The installation process was fine and it went through but when the phone is rebooted it just stucks at the sony ericssons logo and won't go anywhere, I can't turn off the phone or anything and i can't get back into recovery mode. Please help. I need this back to working fast!
 
 
18th February 2014, 10:25 AM |#2  
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Flash stock ftf with flashtool or use pc companion to restore phone



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18th February 2014, 12:29 PM |#3  
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PC companion don't work for me. It keeps saying it can't find any updates. and I can't find a working link for flashtool. all links i found are broken...
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18th February 2014, 02:02 PM |#4  
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PC companion don't work for me. It keeps saying it can't find any updates. and I can't find a working link for flashtool. all links i found are broken...

If you unlocked your bootloader, use emma instead of pc companion
http://developer.sonymobile.com/serv...he-flash-tool/

Flashtool is at flashtool.net

For ftf file you'll have to search, i have r800i model and i don't know wich ftf is for your r800x

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18th February 2014, 02:40 PM |#5  
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Stock ftf for r800x can be found here http://www.xperiagamer.com/Stock-Rom...flashtool.html

If you're on windows 8 you might need to manually install fastboot drivers.
18th February 2014, 05:26 PM |#6  
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Hi, I root my xperia play (verizon version) just fine and has been using custom ROM for a while and it all works great. but then I wanted to try a different ROM and so I install NexPlay ROM via recovery menu. The installation process was fine and it went through but when the phone is rebooted it just stucks at the sony ericssons logo and won't go anywhere, I can't turn off the phone or anything and i can't get back into recovery mode. Please help. I need this back to working fast!

For a better support you should tell us which kernel are you using, and which ROM you were using before flashing NeXPLay.
If you just made the mistake of installing NeXPay (ICs ROM) on a GB kernel, then you don't need to reset everything with flashtool.
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thanks but i just flashed my verizon rom with flashtool and that seems to get me back...

now which custom firmware/rom is the best for R800x?
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thanks but i just flashed my verizon rom with flashtool and that seems to get me back...

now which custom firmware/rom is the best for R800x?

Depends on how you use your phone. If you are a gamer then you should try a LuPuS kernel and a Gingerbread ROM but if you don't care about gaming then you can try a ICs ROM and which kernel you prefer.
If you need some in choosing one of the many ICs/GB ROMs, just ask
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