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Clock [Q] how to install miku home on xperia z

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22nd March 2014, 02:10 PM   |  #1  
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can someone help me to tell how to install all xperia A feat miku apps to xperia z c6603.
My phone is on android 4.3 10.4.1.B.0.101 not rooted no unlock bootloader.
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22nd March 2014, 02:42 PM   |  #2  
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can someone help me to tell how to install all xperia A feat miku apps to xperia z c6603.
My phone is on android 4.3 10.4.1.B.0.101 not rooted no unlock bootloader.
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Miku apps are limited to the japanese xperia A hatsune ft miku models, they are special editions so these apps cannot be ported to the c6603
26th March 2014, 03:44 AM   |  #3  
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Miku apps are limited to the japanese xperia A hatsune ft miku models, they are special editions so these apps cannot be ported to the c6603

really are you sure?
if they are just standard APK's im sure it wouldn't be hard to port over :S
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really are you sure?
if they are just standard APK's im sure it wouldn't be hard to port over :S

Yup i am sure
those apks only work on xperia a miku edition
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Yup i am sure
those apks only work on xperia a miku edition

does the miku edition have different framework or something?
do the apps rely on the special framework?
i am genuinely curious now
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does the miku edition have different framework or something?
do the apps rely on the special framework?
i am genuinely curious now

Yup those apps rely on miku libs and framework
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Yup those apps rely on miku libs and framework

i did a bit of research, but i couldn't find too much.
are the miku apps just normal apps that are themed?
or are there extra miku apps that did something different?
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i did a bit of research, but i couldn't find too much.
are the miku apps just normal apps that are themed?
or are there extra miku apps that did something different?

no they are not normal themed apps, they can do many things
Watch this to clear your doubts http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T751VmtMHPo

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Originally Posted by spazzy1912

i did a bit of research, but i couldn't find too much.
are the miku apps just normal apps that are themed?
or are there extra miku apps that did something different?

i found this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/xper...2457686/page10
somebody has ported the apks but it's a hit and miss , still you can try if you want
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Xperia A is Japanese version of Xperia ZR, which has a different display than Z

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