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1st September 2014, 08:57 PM   |  #1  
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hey, am not aNOOB but am xperia NOOB
rooting sony phones looking to be harder than sammy's!

any ways, there are suggestions to root FW 133 by flashing a rootable firmware then root after that flashing!

does it lag? or get heated by this process? or is there any better ways to root?
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hey, am not aNOOB but am xperia NOOB
rooting sony phones looking to be harder than sammy's!

any ways, there are suggestions to root FW 133 by flashing a rootable firmware then root after that flashing!

does it lag? or get heated by this process? or is there any better ways to root?

Rooting an Xperia phone has never been as easy as now. I recommend using Easyroot Tool in Cross Development Section. I rooted my phone in 2 minutes and then installed dual recovery. Rooting itself doesn't cause any lag or heat issues, it depends on the Rom you install. Anyway it's very easy and as for Roms I'm using iHackers 4.1
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Rooting an Xperia phone has never been as easy as now. I recommend using Easyroot Tool in Cross Development Section. I rooted my phone in 2 minutes and then installed dual recovery. Rooting itself doesn't cause any lag or heat issues, it depends on the Rom you install. Anyway it's very easy and as for Roms I'm using iHackers 4.1

I've dont it and deodexed and free'd
5th September 2014, 03:22 PM   |  #4  
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Rooting an Xperia phone has never been as easy as now. I recommend using Easyroot Tool in Cross Development Section. I rooted my phone in 2 minutes and then installed dual recovery. Rooting itself doesn't cause any lag or heat issues, it depends on the Rom you install. Anyway it's very easy and as for Roms I'm using iHackers 4.1

can easy root v12 root C6903 14.4.A.0.133?
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can easy root v12 root C6903 14.4.A.0.133?

The Newroot method worked for me. Check this out!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/xper...ot-z1-t2807092
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The Newroot method worked for me. Check this out!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/xper...ot-z1-t2807092

Newroot work with all kitkat firmwares but doesn't work with latest kitkat .133 firmware
9th September 2014, 09:04 AM   |  #7  
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Newroot work with all kitkat firmwares but doesn't work with latest kitkat .133 firmware

It does if you flash the .108 kernel, then root, then flash the 133 kernel back.

As does @[NUT]'s method to install dual recovery on a non rooted device

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