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By sheksbear, Member on 25th March 2014, 04:25 PM
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While Restoring my Phone Data using TWRP I cleared system,Dalvik Cache,Data and when i tried restoring i said restore failed and when i rebooted my phone is just stuck at sony logo

I tried reflashing .681 firmware using flashtool but no use

I think i also have lost the root as i am unable to log in to Recovery mode


Guys help me please!!!
 
 
25th March 2014, 04:40 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by sheksbear

While Restoring my Phone Data using TWRP I cleared system,Dalvik Cache,Data and when i tried restoring i said restore failed and when i rebooted my phone is just stuck at sony logo

I tried reflashing .681 firmware using flashtool but no use

I think i also have lost the root as i am unable to log in to Recovery mode


Guys help me please!!!

If you wipe system, then guess what, you just wiped your system.

Hard reset your phone and flash a stock FTF again (Flashtool should work) or repair your phone using pccomapanion.
You will have lost root as well as all other settings etc.

Once you have repaired the phone, install recovery again and try your backup. If you were on .691 with dual recovery, it will fail because it does not mount system.
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25th March 2014, 04:41 PM |#3  
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25/009/2014 21:09:56 - INFO - Processing of amss_fsg.sin finished.
25/009/2014 21:09:56 - INFO - Processing apps_log.sin
25/009/2014 21:09:56 - INFO - Checking header
25/009/2014 21:09:56 - INFO - Flashing data
25/009/2014 21:09:57 - INFO - Processing of apps_log.sin finished.
25/009/2014 21:09:57 - INFO - Processing cache.sin
25/009/2014 21:09:57 - INFO - Checking header
25/009/2014 21:09:57 - INFO - Flashing data
25/009/2014 21:09:58 - INFO - Processing of cache.sin finished.
25/009/2014 21:09:58 - INFO - Ending flash session
25/009/2014 21:09:58 - ERROR - C:\Flashtool\.\firmwares\prepared\system.sin (The system cannot find the file specified)
25/009/2014 21:09:58 - ERROR - Error flashing. Aborted
25/009/2014 21:09:58 - INFO - Device connected in flash mode
25/009/2014 21:09:59 - INFO - Device disconnected
25/010/2014 21:10:01 - INFO - Device connected in flash mode


i am getting this error in Flashtool while flashing .534
25th March 2014, 04:48 PM |#4  
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If you wipe system, then guess what, you just wiped your system.

Hard reset your phone and flash a stock FTF again (Flashtool should work) or repair your phone using pccomapanion.
You will have lost root as well as all other settings etc.

Once you have repaired the phone, install recovery again and try your backup. If you were on .691 with dual recovery, it will fail because it does not mount system.

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25th March 2014, 05:03 PM |#5  
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25/009/2014 21:09:56 - INFO - Processing of amss_fsg.sin finished.
25/009/2014 21:09:56 - INFO - Processing apps_log.sin
25/009/2014 21:09:56 - INFO - Checking header
25/009/2014 21:09:56 - INFO - Flashing data
25/009/2014 21:09:57 - INFO - Processing of apps_log.sin finished.
25/009/2014 21:09:57 - INFO - Processing cache.sin
25/009/2014 21:09:57 - INFO - Checking header
25/009/2014 21:09:57 - INFO - Flashing data
25/009/2014 21:09:58 - INFO - Processing of cache.sin finished.
25/009/2014 21:09:58 - INFO - Ending flash session
25/009/2014 21:09:58 - ERROR - C:\Flashtool\.\firmwares\prepared\system.sin (The system cannot find the file specified)
25/009/2014 21:09:58 - ERROR - Error flashing. Aborted
25/009/2014 21:09:58 - INFO - Device connected in flash mode
25/009/2014 21:09:59 - INFO - Device disconnected
25/010/2014 21:10:01 - INFO - Device connected in flash mode


i am getting this error in Flashtool while flashing .534

Remove this folder, and try again

C:\Flashtool\.\firmwares\prepared

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25th March 2014, 05:12 PM |#6  
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Originally Posted by gregbradley

If you wipe system, then guess what, you just wiped your system.

Hard reset your phone and flash a stock FTF again (Flashtool should work) or repair your phone using pccomapanion.
You will have lost root as well as all other settings etc.

Once you have repaired the phone, install recovery again and try your backup. If you were on .691 with dual recovery, it will fail because it does not mount system.

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Remove this folder, and try again

C:\Flashtool\.\firmwares\prepared

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Not Working Still Getting The error in between flashing

- Processing cache.sin
25/028/2014 21:28:29 - INFO - Checking header
25/028/2014 21:28:29 - INFO - Flashing data
25/028/2014 21:28:31 - INFO - Processing of cache.sin finished.
25/028/2014 21:28:31 - INFO - Ending flash session
25/028/2014 21:28:31 - ERROR - C:\Flashtool\.\firmwares\prepared\system.sin (The system cannot find the file specified)
25/028/2014 21:28:31 - ERROR - Error flashing. Aborted
25th March 2014, 05:25 PM |#7  
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Not Working Still Getting The error in between flashing

- Processing cache.sin
25/028/2014 21:28:29 - INFO - Checking header
25/028/2014 21:28:29 - INFO - Flashing data
25/028/2014 21:28:31 - INFO - Processing of cache.sin finished.
25/028/2014 21:28:31 - INFO - Ending flash session
25/028/2014 21:28:31 - ERROR - C:\Flashtool\.\firmwares\prepared\system.sin (The system cannot find the file specified)
25/028/2014 21:28:31 - ERROR - Error flashing. Aborted

What is your flashing configuration? Do you exclude something?

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25th March 2014, 05:29 PM |#8  
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What is your flashing configuration? Do you exclude something?

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25th March 2014, 05:38 PM |#9  
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Is your drive C: full?

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25th March 2014, 05:39 PM |#10  
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Is your drive C: is full?

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No.....150 Gb Free Space available !! i am really worried
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