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4th April 2014, 12:24 AM |#401  
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OK successfully flashed the central European fw and now have the option for LTE, great!

However I've also got the update for kk in this fw. If I update to kit kat does that stop me from reloading my backup fw?

I know on my hox when bootloaders etc were updated old backups were hard to apply.

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13th April 2014, 06:11 PM |#402  
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Easy root
Hey has anyone found a easier way to root? Like just flashing a rooted official ROM with flashtool or something? I don't have the Internet time to do the whole root process and now with KitKat available it would be nice to root befor updateing.
26th May 2014, 02:18 PM |#403  
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Originally Posted by slick2404

1020 is the best camera on a smart phone, next to none. No question about it. Leading one to believe the z1 compact is better, is ridiculous.

Check DxO mark rating of SONY's Z2 camera which is same as Z1's, it says otherwise to what your belief is about NOKIA. Btw last time I checked all major camera makers including NIKON and CANON use SONY's sensors, the 36MP Nikon D800 is one such example, since when did NOKIA start making professional sensors and cameras and broadcast equipment?
14th December 2014, 10:07 AM |#404  
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Z3 torch shortcut
Originally Posted by thermalboyz

There is a way to find it but u can only find it in stock camera app > Flash Light > Torch. Other than that u can install flashlight app from play store or if u r rooted you can try Xposed - Xperia Xposed.

Just to add to that, the z3 compact has a nice shortcut in the 'Quick settings' menu. Note that you need to edit the menu and add the torch.
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