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[Xperia P] problem flashing ftf file via flashtool

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ISorry, but i don't understand what i do exactly: i have to click the black flash icon, choose flash mode and see what does it do flashtool?
Just open flashtool, do not click any icon, and connect in flash mode, see in the log if it get into flash mode and how long it says in flash mode untill it dissconnects.

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I'm using windows 7. I have installed xperia p drivers.
You did not install flash and/or fastboot mode drivers too (though it seem you had if you unlocked bootloader)?
If you are on 64 bit windows you may try Flashtool.exe instead Flashtool64.exe.
 
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@SonyFan23: Thanks for the guide. =)
I followed all steps carefully knowing terms and what it make me do. It's not the red font, but the red diode after the green one to worry me! -_-

@ChikeD: I try both Flashtool.exe and Flashtool64.exe. it seems they both work. In any case, i'm on 64 bit.
Yes, i unlock BL, so i had to install this drivers. But, after i connect my phone in flash mode as you told me, few seconds later flashtool show that the device is disconnected!
It seems that the problem is drivers.

What should i do? Unistall and install them again?
 
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What should i do? Unistall and install them again?
Maybe, only I don't know how to uninstall them.
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