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[ftf][sgp511]17.1.a.0.402[1281-8033][global-wifi]

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By hasenbein1966, Senior Member on 23rd May 2014, 05:52 AM
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Here is it, the new update 17.1.A.0.402 für the 16GB WiFi model SGP511! (Downloaded in Germany.)

https://mega.co.nz/#!xZAAyYoD!EFFk9h...LMK9fDbSzgW8Gg

Have fun! It works, flashed it myself on my unlocked device.

P.S.: Somehow it was not possible to enter caps for the thread title - they always were automatically changed to lowercase. How's that??
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23rd May 2014, 07:46 AM |#2  
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P.S.: Somehow it was not possible to enter caps for the thread title - they always were automatically changed to lowercase. How's that??

The forum software often has a restriction not to allow only caps in the title, you need to have at least one lower-case character.
25th May 2014, 08:20 PM |#3  
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I have the wifi version also but my device unlocked and rooted, if i flash it from recovery will it wipe everything ??

thanx
25th May 2014, 10:41 PM |#4  
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You can't flash a FTF from recovery.
Only with Flashtool.
You can set in Flashtool which wipes you want or not.
Root and recovery will be gone, and to regain them we have to wait for Doomlord releasing a new custom kernel suited for .402 firmware.
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26th May 2014, 12:32 AM |#5  
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17.1.A.2.36 vs 17.1.A.0.402

to me this one looks old then what came installed on the tablet ??? according to the numbers

or am i wrong

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correct ur tittle

firmware version is

17.1.1.A.0.402

can someone please provide me to the links of flash tools.

thnaks
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can someone please provide me to the links of flash tools.

thnaks

Please don't be so lazy - no spoonfeeding on xda.
26th May 2014, 07:30 AM |#7  
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17.1.A.2.36 vs 17.1.A.0.402
can someone please provide me to the links of flash tools.

http://developer.sonymobile.com/services/flash-tool/

Hasenbein1966: I guess this forum is meant for helping each other, right ?
If we just throw in some technical terms which won't mean much to others, we should not wonder if the same "others" brick their devices - and then need to ask for far more help.
Providing a single link costs us 10 seconds and makes asker and follow-up readers quite happy and safe.
Keeping "secrets" for ourselves might lead others into great trouble, causing real problems and far more effort to the "experts" - now dealing with an issue with no simple 10-seconds-solution anymore.

"Spoonfeeding" a human baby is a vital step for it learning how to eat without any further help. It's a principle working very well for millenniums, a first step to being able to help yourself. I don't see anything wrong with that.
We're a community after all.
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http://developer.sonymobile.com/services/flash-tool/

Hasenbein1966: I guess this forum is meant for helping each other, right ?
If we just throw in some technical terms which won't mean much to others, we should not wonder if the same "others" brick their devices - and then need to ask for far more help.
Providing a single link costs us 10 seconds and makes asker and follow-up readers quite happy and safe.
Keeping "secrets" for ourselves might lead others into great trouble, causing real problems and far more effort to the "experts" - now dealing with an issue with no simple 10-seconds-solution anymore.

"Spoonfeeding" a human baby is a vital step for it learning how to eat without any further help. It's a principle working very well for millenniums, a first step to being able to help yourself. I don't see anything wrong with that.
We're a community after all.

Hi chef, i saw this flashtool too but it says i have to be unlocked. I also saw a flashtool from here and it doesn't say i have to be unlocked. I wanted to stay locked but flashing a newer firmware(different software customization). Is that possible
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Hi chef, i saw this flashtool too but it says i have to be unlocked. I also saw a flashtool from here and it doesn't say i have to be unlocked. I wanted to stay locked but flashing a newer firmware(different software customization). Is that possible

I just don't know. - I didn't root my Z2s till now because I a) don't want to lose the X-Reality video enhancement, and b) still got no Z2 without any manufacturing defects/touchscreen issues (even after upgrading to .402). :/
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Hi chef, i saw this flashtool too but it says i have to be unlocked. I also saw a flashtool from here and it doesn't say i have to be unlocked. I wanted to stay locked but flashing a newer firmware(different software customization). Is that possible

Why not try it and report back. If it succeed without unlocking, then great, if not, you don't loose anything. I used the one you linked too successfully on Mac, but mine is unlocked.
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If you flash a FTF with the xda flashtool, you don't need to be unlocked. This is the flashtool which is always meant in discussions here, not the Sony one with the same name.
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