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Bootloader for Xperia e3

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Bootloader for Xperia e3

I am reading some stuff on this phone saying bootloader cannot be unlocked..... I am one to think nothing is impossible!!! Is there anyone with the technology to do this???
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Re: Bootloader for Xperia e3

If bootloader unlock field says no,there is no chance.



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Re: Bootloader for Xperia e3

There is no way, you are 100 percent???
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Re: Bootloader for Xperia e3

Could i put u recovery on???
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Re: Bootloader for Xperia e3

You could check XDA forum,but I don't know if you will find anything.Maybe some will ask for money in exchange of some apps.



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Re: Bootloader for Xperia e3

If the bootloader unlock status says No then is is either a network or country restriction, Flashing another firmware will not change this and some device do allow custom recoveries to be installed on a locked bootloader but you will not be able to install custom Roms

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