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Xperia J FlashMode problem.

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15th January 2014, 10:49 AM   |  #1  
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Hello everyone. I have installed the CM-10 in my xperia J (i have unlocked the Bootloader) but I didnt see the bug that excists. The no-service problem. So I have to flash the stock ICS. My problem is that I have all the drivers correctly ( and i am working on linux), i have enabled the android debugging but in the flashtool I choose the ftf file and :

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15/040/2014 11:40:50 - INFO - Selected ST26i / 11.0.A.7.5 / CE
15/040/2014 11:40:50 - INFO - Preparing files for flashing
15/041/2014 11:41:03 - INFO - Please connect your device into flashmode.
15/000/2014 12:00:29 - INFO - Device connected with USB debugging off
15/000/2014 12:00:29 - INFO - For 2011 devices line, be sure you are not in MTP mode

then a window opens and says to hold the back button and the plug in your phone. So the problem is that i have waiting about 10 minutes and nothing happens. How to enter in flashmode??? Can I flash ftf via fastboot mode??

Thank you all.
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15th January 2014, 12:19 PM   |  #2  
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Angry xperia j flashmode problem
your phone must be off when you are waiting for the ftf file to set up. Once it is setup, a small window will ask you to connect your phone in flashmode and thats when you connect your phone into the computer and quick hold vol down + power button

Dont on android debugging
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15th January 2014, 12:47 PM   |  #3  
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DO NOT MAKE QUESTION THREADS IN THE DEVELOPMENT SECTION.

Please search for the answers.

As I have an Xperia recovery thread that has helped many users recover their phones, I know what comes up when you do a google search.

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