2 réflexions au sujet de “Xperia 10 et Xperia 10 Plus ajouté au programme de composants ouverts de Sony”

  1. > If you unlock the bootloader, you may void the warranty of your device and/or any warranty from your operator. See your device’s warranty statement for details. Additionally, due to the modified device software, Sony’s repair network will likely have to replace key components before it can properly test, repair and verify your device using our repair tools and software. Consequently, if Sony performs a warranty repair, Sony will likely charge you a significant service fee for the additional costs caused by your modification of the software.

    > Certain pre-loaded content on your device may also be inaccessible due to the removal of DRM security keys. For devices running recent software versions, for instance Xperia Z3, the removal of DRM security keys may affect advanced camera functionality. For example, noise reduction algorithms might be removed, and performance when taking photos in low-light conditions might be affected. The secure user data partition may also become inaccessible, and you will not be able to get any more official software upgrades if you unlock the bootloader.

    Yawn. Another year, same bullshit. Call me when they stop doing this shit.

  2. they are returning to their roots, it was posible to flash every sony Ericsson by pc., and it made people make their own drivers and customs.,
    that let to best posible drivers you can make for that phone.
    but i think, it’s to little, to late.

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