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#1911
Originally Posted by rfa View Post
I think I found the problem - MyXperia was on.

I'll try again this evening...
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Nice to here that you found the problem. I hope there are nor further hurdles for you, so that you can enjoy your new toy this evening
 

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Originally Posted by Fellfrosch View Post
It's all about reading

Nice to here that you found the problem. I hope there are nor further hurdles for you, so that you can enjoy your new toy this evening
Turning this off hasn't worked. I'm going to try again on a different computer on the weekend.

I'll try without using the Sony software, as I think this is causing the problem
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So you are getting exactly the same message as before?
 
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Originally Posted by oenone View Post
Wifi channels 12, 13, (and 14) don't seem to be picked up by the Xperia X. It is assumed that in Android it doesn't either.
My home wifi AP uses channel #13 and SailfishX has no problems connecting. The command iw phy phy0 info on SailfishX says that only 2484 MHz (channel 14) is actually "disabled" (because of the "global" and "Italy" regulatory domains; AFAIK channel 14 is only available in "Japan" regulations), and 5 GHz channels 36 to 140 (5.18 to 5.7 GHz) are also available.

In the "valid interfaces combinations" it clearly shows that "AP" and "Managed" are separate features, thus the hardware does not support being both an access point and a client at the same time.

Using the command iw dev wlan0 link on SailfishX I can see it is now using the channel 13 (frequency 2472 MHz) at 72 MBit/s speed.
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Originally Posted by Fellfrosch View Post
So you are getting exactly the same message as before?
Yes. When I run "fastboot devices" a code appears. When I run the command line with the code (copy pasted from the 4/4 Sony page) i get the same error message - failed
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Yay, finally have a new f5121 below 200.
One question i have not found touched here:

Is the display brightness range the same on sfos as it is in android?
Booted the thing in android for the updates and found it is nicely dark on lowest setting. Unprecedented in sfos device i would say.

I will be hopefully able to answer myself this night after flashing party, but maybe it helps others reading.
 
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Originally Posted by rfa View Post
Yes. When I run "fastboot devices" a code appears. When I run the command line with the code (copy pasted from the 4/4 Sony page) i get the same error message - failed
Linux went without a glitch for me. Just had to install the android tools with a single command, turn off phone, plug it in while pressing volume up (or was it down for fastboot mode?), checking fastboot devices and proceeding from there with flashtool... if i recall correctly.
 

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Maybe just try it the Linux way. If you just have Windows machines. You can download a live-CD and use that.

Anyway I think you've made a mistake putting you phone in flashmode. Otherise there would have been a differnet error than before.

Have you waited for 15 seconds, when you shut down your device. Have pressed Volume up. Has the LED switched to blue after connection?
 
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