Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 19th Mar 2013 11:05 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "With the Samsung Galaxy S4 presumably coming soon, many are excited about the possibility of running a more stock Android-based experience, like CyanogenMod, on the hardware. It looks like that's going to be a slower transition than many were hoping, as the current Samsung CM maintainers have said that they have no plans to support the device." If you like custom ROMs, don't buy Samsung. As simple as that.
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RE[3]: Samsung Good
by phoenix on Wed 20th Mar 2013 15:00 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Samsung Good"
phoenix
Member since:
2005-07-11

" Oh, and Sony provides all the tools you need to unlock the bootloader. There's even a simple website with all the info, straight from Sony. Granted, the carrier has the option of removing support for easy-unlocking of the bootloader. But there's even methods to get around that, all nicely documented.


Bull... that website is only for unlocked phones. If you have a carrier locked phone, you are out of luck.
"

Mayhaps you should learn to read entire posts before spouting off at the mouth.

Only method is paying for wotan server IF YOUR LUCKY and have a xperia arc s before february last year. If your phone if after that , not even wotan or setools can unlock it.


I've yet to hear of a single Sony-Ericsson or Sony phone that could not be unlocked using the testpoint method at the very least.

But hey, its easier to spread bullshit and not actually know what you are talking about, right ?


Considering I have a 2011 Xperia phone that's carrier locked, perhaps you should look in the mirror?

Edited 2013-03-20 15:01 UTC

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RE[4]: Samsung Good
by Yagami on Wed 20th Mar 2013 16:36 in reply to "RE[3]: Samsung Good"
Yagami Member since:
2006-07-15


Mayhaps you should learn to read entire posts before spouting off at the mouth.


I dont know what you didnt understood ... if you dont have your bootloader unlocked , you have to go to the wotan ( paying ) method, which is not easy , not well documented and not always works.

I've yet to hear of a single Sony-Ericsson or Sony phone that could not be unlocked using the testpoint method at the very least.


Just because you are deaf, doesnt mean its true.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1754928&page=3 one -> you cannot unlock after "it seems any xperia that is newer than 12W14 cannot be unlocked by OMNIUS. " as quoted on the site.

http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f473/st18i-unlock-problem-1508813/ -> We have now reports on newely produced QC8255(T)-based phones (starting from 12W14) are unable to connect using Testpoint.

ok, so , i guess now you have heard.

Try using a thing called "google" or "duckduckgo" ( for the anti google here ). Its nice and you will hear about some more.

Considering I have a 2011 Xperia phone that's carrier locked, perhaps you should look in the mirror?


You just think you know everything about anything , right ?!

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