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

    Did you go to Sony Bootloader unlock website to get your bootloader unlock key? You have to unlock it with BLU option in Flashtool.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Oh dear, first of all did you backup your TA.img? What Xperia phone is it and is it a japanese model? I don't understand how the backup file got deleted.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Any luck? Did you get in contact and get refunded?
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Try this Go to the folder where Flashtool is installed. 1. Open the folder named "custom" 2. Open the folder named "mydevices" (if it exists) 3. Create new folder. Name the folder with your device codename (F8331) 4. Create Text Document. Name the text document as ulcode 5. Open the text...
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Did you go to Sony's bootloader website to get your bootloader unlock key? key number is not seen in the log.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Are you unlocking your bootloader via ADB or Flashtool?
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    You then need to go to Sonys bootloader website and get the bootloader actually unlocked. The tool doesn't directly unlock your bootloader to a rooted status as far as I'm aware. it just allows it to be unlocked from No to Yes status.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Yes, last year I had one person messaged me with a Japanese XZ1 (SOV 36) had a no SIM card problem after using the tool. Lucky he backed up the backup file and got SIM function restored. We don't know what caused the problem but might be something to do with the Japanese version with the...
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Good to hear, my Xperia 1 was also locked to Vodafone as well. Vodafone only sells the grey colour model and that's the reason why I got it initially, which then led to the story of my thread.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    It is simply a advisory statement, nothing else is 100% safe in the android rooting world. There are always risks. Please understand what I'm explaining below. This tool is used by professional mobile phone repair shops and it has been around for a long time. This tool is made only for Xperia...
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    If your Sony phone has Bootloader Unlock Allowed = Yes You can go ahead to their website and type in your IMEI and get a code from them and unlock the bootloader via ADB or Flashtool.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Yes of course, this is why we can't be allowed to unlock the bootloader in first place. If you buy any Sony phone that has been factory SIM locked to a Network Provider/Carrier. It means Bootloader Unlock Allowed = No Why? Probably because Network Providers/Carriers don't want you messing...
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    1. You buy credits, they email you a login and password. 2. You download the tool and open it. 3. Your computer needs to be connected to the internet, you type in your login and password, then press check credits. You should get 1/0 in green. 4. Press unlock and follow what it says, it will...
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    Post [ROM][STABLE][10] LineageOS 17.1 for Xperia SP

    The status can be changed via S1 Network Unlock Tool. Although its a paid method. I discovered this method last January and decided to share it, since no one has posted about it. This tool has been around for years...
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    Post Camera2 API abilities info dump

    Please could you also get it working for the original Xperia 1? That would be fantastic. Would glad to donate.
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    Post Pro Cam app for Xperia 1

    This also affects the stock camera app causing it to get buggy and as well. If you take a photo in photo pro, it will crash as everyone knows. But then go to stock camera app and telephoto will stop working or pictures will blow out or you get stuck half shutter press. You can restart the phone...
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Yes it should work on those devices, the tool supports devices from 2013.
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    Post Pro Cam app for Xperia 1

    Let's clarify, so photo pro app works with the original Xperia 1?
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Great news and glad to help you out, I wasn't so sure if this tool will only work on a SIM locked phone to unlock the bootloader. But you confirmed that it works in SIM unlocked state, so that's some good news.
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    Post Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    NUGSM website https://nugsm.com/product/sony-xperia-cable-unlock-0-counter-supported/
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    Post [ROM][UNOFFICIAL][9.0] LineageOS 16.0 for Xperia X Compact [FINAL]

    Is your bootloader allowed to be unlocked in the service menu?
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    Post [ROM][UNOFFICIAL][9.0] LineageOS 16.0 for Xperia X Compact [FINAL]

    Install this ROM and then make your own judgement, that's only way to find out of what suits your preferences. But yes pretty stable in my view and I'm happy with it
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    Thread Bootloader Unlock Allowed "No" to "Yes" is now finally possible.

    Bootloader Unlock Allowed No to Yes is now finally possible Discovered by MrCooper95 QUICK STORY OF HOW IT HAPPENED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS IMPORTANT INFORMATION DISCLAIMER DOWNLOAD LINKS Thread Created ( 01 February 2020 ) Updated Thread ( 26 March 2021 )
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    Post [ROM][XC][P][9.0][WEEKLY]OmniROM

    I was talking about the stock Sony ROMs. However omni Pie performance is just bad theres lag and stutters. For example open Google play store or YouTube and scroll, heavy amount of lags. Going back to Stock Marshmallow was a breath of fresh air, despite not being so up to date nor perfect.
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    Post [ROM][XC][P][9.0][WEEKLY]OmniROM

    Im on marshmallow. Compared to oreo, better touch response, less lag in general. Animations are more fluid. And theres seems less screen ghosting.
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    Post Best SP rom

    https://forum.xda-developers.com/xperia-sp/development/resurrection-remix-5-0-2-lollipop-lbl-t3170211 This one is great. Lollipop version.
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    Thread How is the Z1c holding up in the fall of 2019?

    Interesting stuff going around the Z1 Compact development. I used to have the Z1 Compact few years back and really liked it. My main phone at the moment is the newer Xperia X Compact. Good phone but have poor ROM development. Might pick Z1c up for cheap. How is the performance holding up...
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    Post [PROPOSAL/REQUEST] Can we have a Go Edition ROM for Huashan?

    I don't use gapps on LOS 15.1. Knowing that they crap the phone out. LOS 15.1 is good, we get latest security updates, better UI etc.. but hangs and stutters more with apps and multitasking.
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    Post [PROPOSAL/REQUEST] Can we have a Go Edition ROM for Huashan?

    Android Oreo and Pie just doesn't cut it well for this phone. Instead of shoving newer android versions down this phones throat expecting miracles. We should go back to one of Lollipop or marshmallow ROMs and realise how much lag free and usable it is. They're still pretty modern looking and...
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    Post [ROM][XC][P][9.0][WEEKLY]OmniROM

    It's a good ROM but I always go back to stock. Performance needs improvement. Lots of stuttering while scrolling. Performance should be a number one priority by now, in general the ROM seems stable enough from serious bugs and stuff. Fingerprint unlock should be like stock. You press the...
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    Post [AROMA] Stock Light ROM/Patch v6 | Debloated | XZ2 & PIXEL2 Port

    Have you made your own boot.img with DRM fix with rootkernel? If not try that, then proceed. Also Try format data before flashing ROM. Try not install any magisk in AROMA. Always reflash stock firmware including wipe userdata first before trying these methods.
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    Post [AROMA] Stock Light ROM/Patch v6 | Debloated | XZ2 & PIXEL2 Port

    Don't flash the custom kernel provided in the AROMA setup. I remember that gave me a bootloop.
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    Post [AROMA] Stock Light ROM/Patch v6 | Debloated | XZ2 & PIXEL2 Port

    Yeah it works from flashing stock 118 firmware.