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2015-08-08 01:54 AM
2015-08-08 01:10 PM
Thats a known issue with MXTP.
Many people have these problems as you can see here oder here caused by Sonys developers. Their "high-level-security"-tool is depending on 3rd party-Apps... when they change something it wont work together anymore - and thats why we dont have no working tablet anymore.
All WE can do is warn all people we know to never use MXTP or any other Sony-software at all.
They dont know what they do.
2015-08-08 01:17 PM - edited 2015-08-08 01:18 PM
I really dont know if you think your post would help me at all.
As you can see in my first post, i've already contacted the local "xperia care".
The only reason why i've opened this topic here is to warn all the Z4-Useres out there:
PLEASE DEACTIVATE THIS FEATURE - its a buggy piece of software
2015-08-08 02:11 PM
2015-08-08 08:14 PM
Fair enough but this is a user based forum, this has to be requested directly to Sony
"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." Kurt Cobain (1967-1994)
2015-08-09 01:18 AM
2015-08-09 11:15 AM
2015-08-10 12:47 PM
The important thing here is to warn other users about this very serious fault. If my tablet is nicked, then it is gone, and I am unlikely to retrieve it. I am far more likely to end up with a useless tablet if I leave this bug ridden software running on my Z4 Tablet. From what I have read here and elsewhere, ALL users should deactivate this software as soon as possible, BUT ensure you have all the correct details for the main GMail account on the tablet
2015-08-12 02:16 PM
Thanks to the initiators of this post.
I found the same issues when using multi user setup on Z4.
Only for the "owner" the theft protection somewhat works. All other users suffer.
I deactivated it after 2 days owning the device as it became unusable. Now I know that it's not me just being stupid but this piece of software being broken.