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#21
Originally Posted by Cavalier View Post
dont forget to save Drm keys before unlocking bootloader
Too late for me. Totally forgot that before unlocking.
 

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#22
Originally Posted by Cavalier View Post
dont forget to save Drm keys before unlocking bootloader
Thanks for the heads up, and yeah already downgraded this morning, so that is in progress.
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#23
The double tap to wake up the XC doesn't work so well. Maybe half of the time, once the phone is awake, the swipe to unlock doesn't work.
 

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#24
Still valid doubletap hint, since doubletap is bit slow both on X and X Compact:

Code:
mcetool --set-lockscreen-animation=disabled
makes it feel faster when you don't subconsciously wait for animation to finish until you can swipe.
 

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#25
Bluetooth is just not usable at all on the XC, at least for music. So much scratches that it hurts my ears. Same for others ?
 

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#26
For me music through bluetooth to Nokia wireless receiver with XC works as it did with X. Maybe one hiccup in five songs. Might to be related either to sleep modes or plain coverage. Also got one hiccup during writing this.
 

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#27
Automatic brightness does not seem to do much. When you enable it, it approximately halves the brightness, but it does not seem to react to changes in ambient lightning.

Brightness sensor is working according to csd test. I tried different settings with mcetool to no avail.

Anyone with different experiences?
 

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#28
I switched it off. Seems it doesn't work
 

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#29
Help me please.

I can't flash. I run "flash-on-windows" and I see after "Searching a device with vendor id '0x0fce'.." message "it was unexpected".

XC has after update droid_8 v.34.4.A.2.19 on board.
 

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#30
Since you are running Windows you should be able to download Sony's Emma firmware flasher tool and downgrade your X Compact to 34.3.A.0.252.

There was also one mention in original TJC announcement about Windows flashing script using old dll, and that caused problems too.
 

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