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#791
Originally Posted by MJ m View Post
If you unlock bootloader without saving DRM-keys and TA, are they lost forever? (cannot get them back by flashing something, or by any means?) islosing DRM-keys and TA preventing me from installing Sailfish? (I understood features that require them aren't going to be ported by jolla anyway?) Or is backing them up only for if you want to return to Android stock ROM? Thanks.
If you unlock your bootloader you lost your DRM keys forever, the purpose of backup the DRM keys, is when you relock de bootloader and restore your DRM keys, you let your phone as it was never touched, after flashing stock rom

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#792
The only way to have Sailfish OS, installed on my old Xperia from one unfinished port. Come on Jolla hahaha

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#793
So where did you find that port?
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#794
Its Z2 on the Photo, it should be Xperia X !
 

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#795
So, got my new XperiaX F5121 Graphite Black 1302-3093 Rev4 yesterday.
Well - it is very small in comparison of my Nexux 6. Maybe even too small... And a lot of bloat preinstalled...
Probably don't care of DRM keys.
Now waiting for Sailfish OS
But also OmniROM is supporting XperiaX very well and there are recent improvements in the area of camera: https://forum.xda-developers.com/xpe...nirom-t3603055
 

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#796
Originally Posted by acrux View Post
So, got my new XperiaX F5121 Graphite Black 1302-3093 Rev4 yesterday.
Do you know which country version it is? Hong Kong or China?
 

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#797
Originally Posted by meloferz View Post
The only way to have Sailfish OS, installed on my old Xperia from one unfinished port. Come on Jolla hahaha https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...13a216858c.jpg

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But that Z2 has a 32bit processor the Xperia X is 64bit
 

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#798
Originally Posted by r0kk3rz View Post
You don't want it yet, its not ready :P
Dont tell us what we want! We know what we want, errr :P
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Originally Posted by lantern View Post
Do you know which country version it is? Hong Kong or China?
Hmm, on the package it says "Made inChina"

But it seems to be for CY ES FR GR PT region.
 

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