{Recovery} FreeXperia - Xperia S [12.04.2012]

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Bin4ry

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Nov 14, 2008
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Team FreeXperia would like to present you the very first full working recovery system for the Xperia S aka Nozomi aka LT26!

Notice:
For unlocked bootloaders only!!

Also this is ONLY RECOVERY for now! You cannot boot the actual system with it!
We will create a recovery for stock booting later! For now enjoy this.

Howto:
https://rapidshare.com/files/628034582/recovery-nozomi.img
2.) Flash it to phone with command:
Code:
fastboot flash boot recovery-nozomi.img

After that your phone will now always boot into recovery!

To boot again normal Rom you have to flash the stock Sony kernel.sin (can be found in ANY Rom ftf, just extract ftf as zipfile)

Reflash stock Rom:
Code:
fastboot flash boot kernel.sin

This Recovery is ported to our device by Defer, Jerpelea and Bin4ry.

Have fun with it :)

Regards
 
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black97one

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Oct 22, 2008
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Team FreeXperia would like to present you the very

Also this is ONLY RECOVERY for now! You cannot boot the actual system with it!
We will create a recovery for stock booting later! For now enjoy this.

Howto:
1.) Download: http://eddy.uni-duisburg.de/bin4ry/recovery-nozomi.img
2.) Flash it to phone with command:
Code:
fastboot flash boot recovery-nozomi.img

After that your phone will now always boot into recovery!


Regards

Hello,

can i just boot recovery-nozomi.img ??? with:
Code:
fastboot boot recovery-nozomi.img

i think it's will be more quick...and don't need to flash the KERNEL.sin after :)

thanks for ALL your WORK :rolleyes:
 
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kazuni

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Aug 28, 2007
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Happily making nandroid backup! Thanks FXP Team!

Hello,

can i just boot recovery-nozomi.img ??? with:
Code:
fastboot boot recovery-nozomi.img
i think it's will be more quick...and don't need to flash the KERNEL.sin after :)

thanks for ALL your WORK :rolleyes:

Due to how the bootloader is implemented, at the moment you can't hotboot with the recovery image or any unsigned kernel.
 
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hairypot

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Help me,please.I made a very stupid mistake.I flashed recovery-nozomi.img without putting in stock Sony kernel.sin in the sd card. Now I am stuck in recovery.What should I do now?
 

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    Team FreeXperia would like to present you the very first full working recovery system for the Xperia S aka Nozomi aka LT26!

    Notice:
    For unlocked bootloaders only!!

    Also this is ONLY RECOVERY for now! You cannot boot the actual system with it!
    We will create a recovery for stock booting later! For now enjoy this.

    Howto:
    https://rapidshare.com/files/628034582/recovery-nozomi.img
    2.) Flash it to phone with command:
    Code:
    fastboot flash boot recovery-nozomi.img

    After that your phone will now always boot into recovery!

    To boot again normal Rom you have to flash the stock Sony kernel.sin (can be found in ANY Rom ftf, just extract ftf as zipfile)

    Reflash stock Rom:
    Code:
    fastboot flash boot kernel.sin

    This Recovery is ported to our device by Defer, Jerpelea and Bin4ry.

    Have fun with it :)

    Regards
    4
    Hello,

    can i just boot recovery-nozomi.img ??? with:
    Code:
    fastboot boot recovery-nozomi.img

    i think it's will be more quick...and don't need to flash the KERNEL.sin after :)

    thanks for ALL your WORK :rolleyes:

    Sadly this is not implemented in Sonys bootloader :-(

    Regards

    Sent from my LT26i using XDA
    4
    @Bin4ry

    mate u should have kept the "power off" option in recovery ;)
    3
    The same question again: what did you do to work around the bootloader bug?

    We will tell later when Rom is released ;)

    Regards
    3
    Pretty please? :3
    I'm quite new to the Android scene, but good with embedded Linux, so really interested in the magic behind this :)

    Pretty no ;)

    Regards
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