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[Q] Root on Vodafone ROM

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By axelms, Junior Member on 24th July 2014, 11:41 AM
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Hi all!
Well my problem is the following: I would like to root my Xperia Z1 and have the latest KitKat Rom, nevertheless I like using Vodafone's stock Rom as it includes Vodafone Wallet app, which allows me to pay with my phone using NFC. The problem appears because it's not possible to use Vodafone Wallet app on a Rom which is not original from vodafone, but I don't find any .zip fle which includes a rooted version of vodafone's 14.4.A.0.118 rom.
My question is, could anyone make a zip of that rom which is already rooted, deodexed and so?
Tank you in advance, Axel.
 
 
24th July 2014, 11:54 AM |#2  
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Hi all!
Well my problem is the following: I would like to root my Xperia Z1 and have the latest KitKat Rom, nevertheless I like using Vodafone's stock Rom as it includes Vodafone Wallet app, which allows me to pay with my phone using NFC. The problem appears because it's not possible to use Vodafone Wallet app on a Rom which is not original from vodafone, but I don't find any .zip fle which includes a rooted version of vodafone's 14.4.A.0.118 rom.
My question is, could anyone make a zip of that rom which is already rooted, deodexed and so?
Tank you in advance, Axel.

Don't get it...
Why don't you root your, Vodafones firmwares?

Deodexing is very simple as well...
You have tool for it in cros section.

Flash ftf
Root it
Install recovery
Extract files with that deodexing tool to your PC
Deodex them
You'll get flashable zip
Flash that zip

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Don't get it...
Why don't you root your, Vodafones firmwares?

Deodexing is very simple as well...
You have tool for it in cros section.

Flash ftf
Root it
Install recovery
Extract files with that deodexing tool to your PC
Deodex them
You'll get flashable zip
Flash that zip

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As far as I know for rooting it is necessary to downgrade to .534, root it, install custom recovery, and install an already rooted zip drom it, isn't like that?
24th July 2014, 12:04 PM |#4  
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As far as I know for rooting it is necessary to downgrade to .534, root it, install custom recovery, and install an already rooted zip drom it, isn't like that?

No...

That was old method.
You have easy root and few other root tools for direct root.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=53448680

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No...

That was old method.
You have easy root and few other root tools for direct root.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=53448680

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Okey, i was able to root and install recovery, however, when deodexing rom, I falshed the Zip and now my phone won't boot. Any idea about how can i solve it? Really, if not asking for too much, if someone could upload the zip i'm asking for he/she would make me really happy as I'm not such an expert. Thank you in advance
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Try this

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=51811914

That's the tool I used and now my phone won't boot. Tried both, with and without zippaligning the apks
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I am just testing it now.

I did flash a deodex.zip this morning to my Vodafone .118 FW that someone had uploaded and I ended up in a bootloop. It was a strange one as it was part way through the bootanimation when it rebooted.

Once I have made my patch I will test it and let you know.
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I am just testing it now.

I did flash a deodex.zip this morning to my Vodafone .118 FW that someone had uploaded and I ended up in a bootloop. It was a strange one as it was part way through the bootanimation when it rebooted.

Once I have made my patch I will test it and let you know.

Okey! yes I saw that patch 5 min ago and tried and again had the same problem... I guess I'll flash an FTF and stay w/o doing nothing until someone is able. And really, thank you very much for helping me, hope you are able to find a solution
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Okey! yes I saw that patch 5 min ago and tried and again had the same problem... I guess I'll flash an FTF and stay w/o doing nothing until someone is able. And really, thank you very much for helping me, hope you are able to find a solution

There are some issues on some fw, yes.
Try to ask @Ben Ling what changes he did in scripts to avoid bootloop.
You'll have to change few lines, nothing complicated but I don't know which one...actually I can't remember.

You have my post on that thread
Try to fix those line and then try.

Or simply ask Ben to do that for you...

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