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#1121
Originally Posted by brunelli View Post
Well, you said, and I quote:



I don't see a mention of Wine.

What I want to say is: If you use Linux, there's no need to search for a Windows computer to use XperiFirm in. Install the Linux version and, if it runs, use it! It can't hurt your computer or your Xperia X in any way, as its only purpose is to download the firmwares.
Well apologizes for that. I swear I wrote Wine .
Yes Wine (mono) will work (I use that also)
Personally I prefer that, since Linux is just better for everything imaginable when it comes to play with this.
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#1122
Originally Posted by m4r0v3r View Post
So heres a first attempt at a port for the X
And very exciting it is too!

Seems to work really nicely - based on a few minutes playing I'd be tempted to stick it in my pocket and go out for the day.

As expected : no BT, terminal is slow.

Less expected : Camera app seems flaky - hung a couple of times. Autofocus at macro range is borked. Pulls in to excellent focus, pauses, then goes out of focus before taking the shot.

Totally Unexpected : Recognises a usb memory stick plugged into the X. Doesn't mount as exfat is unrecognised filesystem, but thats just a setup issue

Just to note : No double tap to wake. Camera h/w button inop. Couldn't mount sdcard formatted as vfat or ext4
 

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Originally Posted by epninety View Post

As expected : no BT, terminal is slow.

Less expected : Camera app seems flaky - hung a couple of times. Autofocus at macro range is borked. Pulls in to excellent focus, pauses, then goes out of focus before taking the shot.

Totally Unexpected : Recognises a usb memory stick plugged into the X. Doesn't mount as exfat is unrecognised filesystem, but thats just a setup issue

Just to note : No double tap to wake. Camera h/w button inop. Couldn't mount sdcard formatted as vfat or ext4
I can add, GPS is not working. Phone is already pleasant to use. No SIM card until now here, since I have no nanoSIM available
 

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#1124
Originally Posted by jurop88 View Post
I can add...
So can I...
Format memory card don't work, and I really don't understand the camera settings from Settings/Apps/Camera...
https://minfil.org/k0o04ecfb1/Screen...170922_001.png
Well, it might have to do with the SFOS version 2.1.1.26 being obsolete for the X?

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Means 16/9 (image format) 8MP (definition).
 

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#1126
Originally Posted by m4r0v3r View Post
So heres a first attempt at a port for the X

https://mega.nz/#!T45hxTiR!5lOmNEmvc...QZtJDnG-5pH554

download
https://github.com/EpicAOSP/make_ext...in/make_ext4fs
https://developer.sonymobile.com/dow...w-6-0-1-loire/

and place in same folder as flash.sh

run flash.sh and follow instructions, you need to also download this and place it in same folder

happy flashings, major disclaimers if it breaks :P
... the make_ext4fs did not work for me on debian stretch 64bit. I took the one from the debian package "android-tools-fsutils".
 
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#1127
Originally Posted by meemorph View Post
... the make_ext4fs did not work for me on debian stretch 64bit. I took the one from the debian package "android-tools-fsutils".
Sure this makes sense to some extracted from flash.sh
HTML Code:
MAKE_EXT4FS=make_ext4fs

if [ ! -f "$MAKE_EXT4FS" ]; then
  echo "Please download the '$MAKE_EXT4FS' binary tool supplied by Jolla into this directory"
  echo "or build one yourself:"
  echo "git clone https://android.googlesource.com/platform/system/extras"
  echo "cd extras/ext4_utils"
  echo "git checkout 67bf7cb2c7487b2a93af8e2d9903842e8fe51f69 -b no-android-deps"
  echo "gcc [^se]*.c sha1.c sparse_crc32.c ext4_utils.c extent.c -o $MAKE_EXT4FS -lz"
  echo "cp $MAKE_EXT4FS $(pwd)"
  echo "cd $(pwd)"
  exit 1
 
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