You can also directly order a refurbished XZ3 with iodéOS preinstalled.
So do all the cameras/video, bluetooth, speakers, wifi, LTE and wireless charging work OK on Android 11? I may buy one of these to install iode’ as I live in USA and you don’t ship here.
Good evening everyone,
Bonsoir tout le monde,
Cher Monsieur Antoine,
I haven’t been on the forum for a long time. I am pleased to see the developments and a new release iodéOS 2.0 (Android 11) on a newly added device, the Sony Xperia XZ3.
Am I right in assuming that, as with the Xperia XZ2, only the Xperia XZ3 1-slot (single SIM) model H8416 for Country or Region Global, International) will be supported by iodèOS?
Accordingly, the dual-SIM models XZ3 (H9436) and XZ3 (H9493) are not supported by iodèOS?
By the way: LineageOS 18,1 supports all three models H8416, H9436, H9493.
all three models H8416-H9436-H9493 are supported by iodéOS
- fastboot flash boot_a | boot_b boot.img
- Unplug the phone
- press POWER+VOLUME DOWN until reboot in recovery
- From recovery => Factory reset => Format Data
- From recovery => Apply update => Apply from ADB => ADB Sideload iodé.zip
Recovery here means Standard ‘Android Recovery’, right?
since no Custom Recovery is available (except this one as well as this one).
Sorry, new users can only put 2 links in a post.
By the way: The above quoted rule annotation is not helpful!
the ‘boot.img’ links to the recovery. Once you flash it you can reboot to the recovery by pressing altogether Power+Volume Down.
I didn’t know there was such a rule, i changed it to 4 links
thank you, and - now we both know a little bit more. It’s fun to keep learning.
Sony’s stock Android 10 has not been an issue for me for a while. I like to switch from ’ The LineageOS Project’ LineageOS 18.1 via ‘microG Project’ LineageOS-for-microG 18.1 to iodéOS 2.0 (Android 11). The changeover was short and painless by the way…
Top row of pictures from left to right: Sony Stock Android 10 | iodé-Recovery 2.0
Bottom row of images from left to right: iodéOS 2.0 (Android 11).
5. fastboot flash boot_a | boot_b boot.img (boot-akatsuki.img)
I just flashed iodeOS 2.0 to a Sony Xperia XZ3 H9436. I am connected to the internet but when I go to system updates and manually check for updates the OS does not appear to be pointed to a server to check. I get a toaster saying “The update check failed. Please check your internet connection and try again later.” @Antoine does this seem right? Shouldn’t it veryify I am on the latest version?