I recently unlocked my bootloader (with wotanserver.com - test point method) and have since been trying out new kernels. Unfortunately, I've had some problems with your Advanced Stock .587 Kernel and xKernel v9.587-D when I try to flash them. I followed your flashing with flashtool instructions at the top of the thread but my phone appears to boot up as normal, (the kernel's preinstalled CWM recovery works too) but after the initial boot logo & brightening screen that indicates CWM is working - the screen then just goes black with white LED on (with screen backlight v. slightly on) and nothing else happens, i.e. the phone is well and truly stuck. The end result is that I have to flash back to the kernel I was previously using.
Am I overlooking something very obvious here? Would be very glad to hear your opinion, this is driving me nuts!
Device: ST18i (unlocked bootloader)
ROM version: Iced Bean 2.1 [.587] - Can be used with any kernel (according to the author)
Baseband version: .77
NO. Xperia Ray is ST18i/a..I'm new, and have a question, my phone is LT18i,
may i flash this xKernel v9.587-D, full wipe, then flash [ROM][Ray]=- Xperia Ultimate HD™ 2.0.3?
I'm confuse this word "RAY", coz my phone is Xperia Ars S LT18i. Thanks !!!
I tried your D version, its much faster than the C version. I want to try your E version if you if you find it
Hi, i'm going to unlock my bootloader, after installing this kernel i have to do a full wipe? Then to enter on cwm what is the procedure with tis kernel?
Now i'm on zelly cream rom 2.0
PlZ port this for neo v....
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First Thing First: How To Install Custom Kernel
1) You need to UNLOCK BOOTLOADER using one of these method. I'm NOT responsible of what you've decide. Please follow instruction carefully.
-> Sony Mobile - Unlock Bootloader
2) Get this awesome tool called Flashtool and install. Dont forget to install usb drivers from "Drivers" folder too.
3) I assume you have download one of my kernel. Get into Fastboot mode. How? Do i have to repeat how? Press "Volume Up" while connecting your USB cable. you'll see Blue led.
4) Click "Flash" button on Flashtool, then select Fastboot Mode.
5) Choose "Select Kernel to Flash" and find your saved kernel. I'm not gonna find it for you.
6) Once completed, reboot device into system
Those version below was a final version xKernel for Xperia Ray. I might on a new device next week due someone already booked my ray. Ive planned to give the last version using 4.1.B.0.587 but unfortunately source published by Sony was corrupted. Sorry guys, i cant afford to keep my ray. This is it. Thank you for using my kernel.
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Dev-Host: [Ice Cream Sandwich] [Jelly Bean]
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((( All Credits Goes To )))
arcatarc - for finding Recovery with working usb mount
FXP - for his kernel sources
DooMLoRD - for bla bla bla bla .. too much contribution in Devlopement!!!
erasmux - cpu governors and sources
DooMLoRD / Team UtterChaos - for Fully Touch Recovery
justmpm - help me alot with his overall test
hansip87 - helping me find info "HOWTO" tutorial
JJdoctor - Touch Rec button images
Taverius - for tips?