Xperia J Flash problem
First of all, if there's other threads that described my issue, forgive me because I probably didn't use the proper term.
Anyway, I'm trying to get http://forum.xda-developers.com/xper...3078?nocache=1
to work, but my phone simply refuse to stay flashing. It detects the phone, execute the flash, and then nothing.
13/049/2014 03:49:58 - INFO - Connected device : Sony Xperia J
13/049/2014 03:49:58 - INFO - Installed version of busybox : BusyBox v1.20.2-Stericson (2012-07-04 21:33:31 CDT) multi-call binary.
13/049/2014 03:49:59 - INFO - Android version : 4.1.2 / kernel version : 3.4.0 / Build number : 11.2.A.0.31
13/049/2014 03:49:59 - INFO - Checking root access
13/050/2014 03:50:00 - INFO - Root Access Allowed
13/050/2014 03:50:09 - INFO - Selected Bundle for ST26i. FW release : null. Customization : Aby uzywac CWM sflasuj to
13/050/2014 03:50:09 - INFO - Preparing files for flashing
13/050/2014 03:50:09 - INFO - Please connect your device into flashmode.
13/050/2014 03:50:13 - INFO - Device disconnected
13/050/2014 03:50:46 - INFO - Device connected in flash mode
13/050/2014 03:50:47 - INFO - Opening device for R/W
13/050/2014 03:50:47 - INFO - Reading device information
13/050/2014 03:50:47 - INFO - Phone ready for flashmode operations.
13/050/2014 03:50:47 - INFO - Current device : ST26i - YT910E9CU2 - 1266-7873_R2E - 1263-8752_11.2.A.0.31 - WORLD-i_11.2.A.0.31
13/050/2014 03:50:47 - INFO - Start Flashing
13/050/2014 03:50:47 - INFO - Processing loader.sin
13/050/2014 03:50:47 - INFO - Checking header
13/050/2014 03:50:47 - INFO - Flashing data
13/050/2014 03:50:47 - INFO - Processing of loader.sin finished.
No error, no nothing. It just stops there. The green light on the phone lights up when I first connect it in flash mode, but it goes off when it flashtool starts flashing, thus ending everything there. Anybody know what's wrong and how to fix it? I've tried factory reset, changing usb ports and other menial troubleshooting, but at 4:43 A.M. I'm not sure how much more of troubleshooting I can do.
If I were to unplug after the led died off, and plug it again (without pressing any buttons down), it automatically connected into flash mode instead of recharging.