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  Reply # 737653 27-Dec-2012 11:55
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Also, the xda link looks sketchey, Ive been over it before.. it must be done somehow, ive sent emails to both sony and skinny :)

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  Reply # 737661 27-Dec-2012 12:14
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Good Luck, Im sure there is a solution lurking in a developers forum somewhere.
Im assuming both the teleco and sony will give you standard answers "no sorry and no sorry it voids your warranty and its not able to be done" respectivly.




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  Reply # 737669 27-Dec-2012 12:34
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I don't really care for the warrenty, I'm hoping someone intellegent will reply :) ill keep you guys updated

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  Reply # 737673 27-Dec-2012 12:44
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henyobarker: Why is it ireasonable? I want control over the devicei brought. im happy to pay for a bootloader unlock or the like, I dont want to exect anything, I just want to be able to use my product :)


I'm not saying its unreasonable to want to mod or flash a custom rom to your phone.  That's the first thing I went looking to do when I got my Tipo Dual :)

Its just that from a couple of earlier posts it seems like you expected an unlocked bootloader by paying for a network unlock.

Maybe unrealistic is a better choice of words.

Good luck.

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