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[Index] Xperia ARC/S [LT15i/LT18i] Roms/Root/Unlocking Bootloader/Kernels/Mods/Tools

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By Xerxin, Senior Member on 12th June 2013, 01:03 PM
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28th April 2017, 10:29 PM |#81  
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So many possibilities ! Thank you guys !

Question : I want to freshen up my old Arc S in order to sell it. Could you recommend a ROM + Kernel, focusing on STABILITY AND BATTERY LIFE ? (not on performance please)

Right now it has a custom Slim Bean ROM (4.2.2) + nAa Kernel (3.4.59).
But it's not so stable (random reboots) and it drains a LOT of battery (the phone only lasts a few hours, even without being used).
Baseband version is : 8x55A-AAABQOAZM-203028G-77
I'm based in France.

I also have CWM 6.0.3.6. Could I use it to install the recommended ROM + Kernel ? It would make things easier for me (easier than downloading Flashtool, drivers, etc.).
I'm quite a newbie on the custom world (only installed a couple custom ROMS so far), so please be gentle and helpful. Thanks for your help !
28th May 2017, 12:00 PM |#82  
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Please, don't answer all at the same time ! I'm overwhelmed by the quantity and quality of your answers. Thank you.
16th January 2019, 08:11 PM |#83  
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we need also twrps...
2nd November 2019, 07:12 PM |#84  
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Stock Rom for Arc S LT18i
It took me ages to find this, so here is a stock rom, all other links seem to be down. If anyone needs it, grab it fast, as long as it's still here:

4.1.B.0.587 androidfilehost com and with this (cant post, to new) /?fid=24572388905582644

Use Flashtool 0.9.11 for flashing. 0.9.27 will not work. Be sure to use a data cable, not a charging only cable.
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