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[Q] Phone keeps waking up while in flashmode

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3rd May 2014, 02:11 AM   |  #1  
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Hello. I'm trying to root my device by downgrading it first. So i need to flash the rom. I had my phone in flashmode. But in a minute or two the phone will wake up. And i can't continue my flashing because of that. Anyone know supposed to be the problem? Sorry im noob at this stuff
3rd May 2014, 04:26 AM   |  #2  
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Don't connect ur phone in flash mode until flash tool asks for it. The moment flash tool indicates u to connect ur device on, only then connect it in flash mode. Once u load the ftf in flashtool, it takes a min to process the files after which it notifies for u to connect ur phone. Cheers

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Don't connect ur phone in flash mode until flash tool asks for it. The moment flash tool indicates u to connect ur device on, only then connect it in flash mode. Once u load the ftf in flashtool, it takes a min to process the files after which it notifies for u to connect ur phone. Cheers

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Ohhhh. Thanks. But i got this error.. -_-

The error is ERROR - Processing of loader.sin finished with errors.
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Ohhhh. Thanks. But i got this error.. -_-

The error is ERROR - Processing of loader.sin finished with errors.

Damaged file! Re-download
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Damaged file! Re-download

Yeah i did redownload it. It's still the same. My XZ is 10.4.B.0.101 and i'm trying to downgrade it to 10.3.1.A.2.67. And my device is 4.3. Don't know if it's the firmware that i'm downgrading or what..
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Next time please post in the Q/A section which is DIRECTLY BELOW the general section.
Also tagging a post as a question in the general section will bring up a prompt telling you it doesn't belong here if i recall correctly..
4th May 2014, 10:24 AM   |  #7  
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Yeah i did redownload it. It's still the same. My XZ is 10.4.B.0.101 and i'm trying to downgrade it to 10.3.1.A.2.67. And my device is 4.3. Don't know if it's the firmware that i'm downgrading or what..

Download the ftf from other place. Maybe the site you downloaded from has uploaded a damaged ftf:
And for your first problem try reinstall flashtool and when the device turn on when you in flashmode hold vol+ and power button for 15 seconds
Hope that helped

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