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[GUIDE] How to extract system files from FTF (Noob Friendly)

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Hello everyone...I want to share a guide on how to extract system files from FTF!...You may find many guide out there on how to extract system files but it is not updated...I will use a latest version of flashtool to extract the system files so the method is different and you can't extract xperia l system.sin if you use the old flashtool (v0.9.10.1 or lower)

Requirements:

1.A brain [IMPORTANT]
2.Latest version of Flashtool Here
3.Android EXT4 unpacker Here
4.7zip Here


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First,extract system.sin from FTF using 7zip.

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second,open flashtool,goto tools>sin editor then select the system.sin that you have extracted from FTF and click extract data.

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third,you will have system.ext4 after extracted the system.sin.Open Android EXT4 Unpacker and select system.ext4.

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finally,click extract on any files that you want to extract and choose the directory where you want to save the extracted files.

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You can find the extracted files in the directory that you choose.


That's it! Now you can extract/view all the system files that you want!
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Nice guide, shame we can't repack them.
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Can we repack that to ftf?
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Excellent guide bro!

Now we simply can port system apps from higher models of Sony!
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