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Default Please help me to Install jellybean rom on xperia u

i think i need to unlock my bootloader and root to install jellybean rom on xperia u,i know how to unlock my bootloader.i would like to install DevSwift1 rom on my xperia u,instruction said that ,"first flash experimental kernel http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2326515

1)by flashing the experimental kernel ,will it root and install CWM recovery on my phone ?

2) every Jb install tutorial showing after flashing the experimental kernel ,extract the JB rom `zip and flash the kernel.ftf file by fastboot mode,but their is no kernel in the rom,but their is boot file...?(not boot.image file their is only a boot file and few other files)

3)does this mean i have to first flash the experimental kernel and i have to flash the kernel.ftf or the boot.image in the rom ?

4)i am very confuse could some one answer this questions and give me a step by step guide please don`t say just flash ,tell me like eg:-fastboot mode >select kernel to flash

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If u have unlocked boot loader
Flash boot.img in the zip
Enter recovery
And follow ROM instruction
Thats it....
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If u have unlocked boot loader
Flash boot.img in the zip
Enter recovery
And follow ROM instruction
Thats it....
but their is no "boot.image" in the zip,just "boot " file ....!!'! ,by the way can you answer my above questions!? It will ne very helpful to me,thank you...!!!!
 
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but their is no "boot.image" in the zip,just "boot " file ....!!'! ,by the way can you answer my above questions!? It will ne very helpful to me,thank you...!!!!
Do you have rooted phone and unlocked bootloader?

If yes then you flash experimental kernel and follow instructions.
 
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Do you have rooted phone and unlocked bootloader?

If yes then you flash experimental kernel and follow instructions.
i thought i know how to unlock my bootloader but i think it didn`t work,i unlock my bootloader via flashtool and it complete without a error but i don`t think it works ,because sony pc companion still recognize my phone.........!!!!! please help i cant understand the other bootloader unlocking methode thats why use the flashtool...........!!!! but i flash the experimental kernel and i able to go in to the CWM Recovery ......!!! somebody pleas help me

did i correctly unlock my bootloader or i still have a lock bootloader ?

their is many people here but no one to help me,i know this is not a very complicated thing to the XDA members but it is complicated to me ,don`t ignore me
 
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I find this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...48&postcount=4 for check if your bootloader is unlocked.
 
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I find this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...48&postcount=4 for check if your bootloader is unlocked.
it showing "Bootloader Unlocked - Yes " acording to that thread(http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?) my bootloader is unlocked ,but my phone still recognize by the pc companion,i think if the bootloader is unlocked pc companion will no longer recognize my device.... but any way thank you for replying
 
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I connect my phone to pc companion and it is recognize. I have installed CM11 on my phone, so I think your bootloader is unlocked.

So then you flash experimental kernel and then wipe cache/data/dalvik cache and flash zip.

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I connect my phone to pc companion and it is recognize. I have installed CM11 on my phone, so I think your bootloader is unlocked.

So then you flash experimental kernel and then wipe cache/data/dalvik cache and flash zip.

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hmm ,can you help me to install jb rom on xperia U,

after flash experimental kernel, do i need to unzip the rom (DevSwift1 `s Jellybean rom) file and flash the kernel.elf or the boot.image ?
 
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hmm ,can you help me to install jb rom on xperia U,

after flash experimental kernel, do i need to unzip the rom (DevSwift1 `s Jellybean rom) file and flash the kernel.elf or the boot.image ?
No, go to cwm recovery and do full wipe (cache, data, dalvik-cache) and then choose install zip from sdcard and install rom zip (don't unzip before).

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