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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Try use Flashtool's fastboot mode method.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Have a look in the service menu for bootloader status, and send a screenshot just to be sure
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    I have seen this specific error before from another user but I dont know what is exactly causing the error, no one seems to have answers on google search. Try using a slightly older flashtool firmware like ( 0.9.25.0 ) if you on the newest.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Enjoy, please hit the like on the thread. Cheers.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Please do not ask NUGSM questions about the S1 Network Unlock Tool relating to bootloader unlocking. They only provide the credentials and the tool, as they do not know much about the Xperia bootloader unlocking.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Use Flashtool for bootloader unlocking, you bootloader is not unlocked yet.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    I don't know what caused the errors from some of these guys. Some of it may be user related such as drivers, Flashtool version or a bigger issue related to the trim area, I may have to Google harder or get in contact with someone who knows more about the errors. I suppose get your code from EE...
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Yes. There are users that already unlocked the bootloader if you read through the thread replies. What Xperia phone and model do you have?
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Aren't SOV Xperia models only from KDDI Corporation?
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Good news, another two japanese phones working just fine without breaking SIM function. I guess so far, Docomo or SoftBank Xperia models ( SO ) works with this tool without problems so far. I will update the thread about this. Please let me know if you have any information.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Hmm, so the bootloader is not unlocked, looks like there's a problem with fastboot when you tried to unlock bootloader with BLU option. What version of Flashtool are you using and try downloading the latest Android SDK, Z5 Compact driver etc... Although I assuming you know all about this. I...
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Please tell me your bootloader status in the service menu. Have you tried using TWRP recovery and installing custom ROMs or magisk/SuperSU which roots the firmware?
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    What really matters, is your bootloader has been unlocked now? Check in service mode and send a screenshot.