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[STOCK ROM][FTF] Xperia Tablet Z (SGP312) 10.5.A.0.230_R1D VMo EU4 (Unbranded)

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Drive [STOCK ROM][FTF] Xperia Tablet Z (SGP312) 10.5.A.0.230_R1D VMo EU4 (Unbranded)

Xperia Tablet Z Wi-Fi 32 GB (SGP312) VMo EU4 firmware (.FTF)
Downloaded through Sony PC Companion, decrypted and repackaged by Flashtool v0.9.16.0 (19/04/2014).

Android version: 4.4.2
Kernel: 3.4.0-perf-g32ce454 BuildUser@BuildHost #1 Wed Apr 9 16:52:42 2014
Build number: 10.5.A.0.230
Phone Software Version: 1269-4875_10.5.A.0.230 WIFI - user
File System Version: GLOBAL-WIFI32G_10.5.A.0.230
Customization Version: 1273-3879_R1D
Branding: VMo EU4 (unbranded)
Region: VMo EU4
NFC icon: no

This works on ANY Xperia Tablet Z Wi-Fi 32 GB (SGP312).
Your Xperia Tablet Z does NOT have to be rooted.
Your Xperia Tablet Z does NOT have to be bootloader unlocked.
This does NOT unlock your bootloader.

Download:
http://d-h.st/MrI (512.00 MB, RAR archive part 1)
http://d-h.st/ULc (483.58 MB, RAR archive part 2)


Previous version: 10.4.1.B.0.109
Next version: 10.5.A.0.230_R2D
Tutorial: how to flash stock ROMs with Flashtool

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Is VMO EU4 version OK for SGP312 sold in France ?
 
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Default Why 2 ftf files?

Excuse the ignorant question, but why are there two ftf files for each download? I've seen Rom installations where a zip file is flashed thru recovery, and then an ftf file flashed using flashtool, but not one involving two ftf files. Should I flash both of them?
 
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Excuse the ignorant question, but why are there two ftf files for each download? I've seen Rom installations where a zip file is flashed thru recovery, and then an ftf file flashed using flashtool, but not one involving two ftf files. Should I flash both of them?
If you download both parts of the RAR archive and extract it with WinRAR (or any other archiver that can extract RAR archives), there will be only one FTF file.

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If you download both parts of the RAR archive and extract it with WinRAR (or any other archiver that can extract RAR archives), there will be only one FTF file.

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why wouldn't you upload it as a single .ftf as others do. It is more convenient and we don't have to mess with RAR archives. Futhermore two archieves can corrupt while downloading, and we will have to redownload them again.
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OS: Android JB 4.4
Rom: Stock, rooted
Build: 10.5.A.0.230
Kernel: Stock
Recovery: XZDualRecovery (CWM+TWRP)
MicroSDHC: SanDisk 32GB Class 10 UHS-I
 
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why wouldn't you upload it as a single .ftf as others do. It is more convenient and we don't have to mess with RAR archives. Futhermore two archieves can corrupt while downloading, and we will have to redownload them again.
The maximum file size on Dev-Host is 512 MB. Furthermore, a single FTF can can also corrupt while downloading and then you would have to download the entire (almost) 1 GB file again. This is a development forum, so I expect members to be able to perform a very basic task like extracting a RAR archive. If not, you should certainly stay away from Flashtool.
 
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The maximum file size on Dev-Host is 512 MB. Furthermore, a single FTF can can also corrupt while downloading and then you would have to download the entire (almost) 1 GB file again. This is a development forum, so I expect members to be able to perform a very basic task like extracting a RAR archive. If not, you should certainly stay away from Flashtool.
there are a great variety of services where you can upload a lot for free.
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Rom: Stock, rooted
Build: 10.5.A.0.230
Kernel: Stock
Recovery: XZDualRecovery (CWM+TWRP)
MicroSDHC: SanDisk 32GB Class 10 UHS-I
 
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Just flashed now on my Australian-bought Tablet Z. No problems. Thanks!

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