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    Default Root for the R800x (and possible more!)

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    Thanks to DooMLoRD over in the Xperia X10/Arc/Play side at XDA-Developers.com, he has developed a batch file (windows only) that will run the root for you!

    There isn't really any difference between the code he typed out and how you do it here, so head on over, download and root!
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    fusckin bout time. thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! TOTALLY WORKS ON VERIZON 800X!!!! but gonna worry when ice cream sandwich comes out cause i dont have a clue as to how to update without messing the phone up!!!!!! Spanks for a great tutorial!!!!
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    Does Rooting our Xperia Play on Verizon, allow us to download any of the apps, that were suppose to come with our phones, but Verizon took away, like the Playstation App, or PS store?
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    You can do that anyways, if you check the box in application settings that says "allow unknown sources"

    Unless you're talking about bravia engine, mega bass, or x-loud, then yes, you need root.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tergazzidroid View Post
    Does Rooting our Xperia Play on Verizon, allow us to download any of the apps, that were suppose to come with our phones, but Verizon took away, like the Playstation App, or PS store?




    Quote Originally Posted by paxchristos View Post
    You can do that anyways, if you check the box in application settings that says "allow unknown sources"

    Unless you're talking about bravia engine, mega bass, or x-loud, then yes, you need root.
    Actually, Verizon's Xplay (R800x) is stuck on 2.3.3. PlayStation Store require 2.3.4.

    Sent from my R800x using Tapatalk
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    Quote Originally Posted by akhi216 View Post
    Actually, Verizon's Xplay (R800x) is stuck on 2.3.3. PlayStation Store require 2.3.4.

    Sent from my R800x using Tapatalk
    Touche, good sir. The playstation pocket app, on the other hand, can be run on 2.3.3 (which i have done :P)
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    Do we need root or an unlocked bootloader? It wouldn't install on mine.

    Sent from my R800x using Tapatalk
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    Quote Originally Posted by akhi216 View Post
    Do we need root or an unlocked bootloader? It wouldn't install on mine.

    Sent from my R800x using Tapatalk
    The article on xda-developers (as of this reply, I see there have been some revisions), claims this works on locked and unlocked bootloaders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCo_cpp View Post
    The article on xda-developers (as of this reply, I see there have been some revisions), claims this works on locked and unlocked bootloaders.
    depends on the firmware update. If you're Verizon/R800i prior to update .62 it works on unlocked bootloaders.

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    Root for the R800x
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    bad link.....
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    This phone should be rooted
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    Link is not good. got an xperia play that needs a root or a hammer. please repost a good link.
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    Links are no longer good, sadly. Bummer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by paxchristos View Post
    Read here:
    Respond in the same thread, i don't check here too often

    Guide: With Pictures:
    At dropbox.com:
    At Ubuntu one:
    or at Filesonic:

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