Root Gingerbread 2.3.4 on Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V?

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I learn that the Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V has been rooted on gingerbread 2.3.4, So how to root Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V on Android 2.3.4 firmware? Need the detailed steps. Thanks in advance.


Answer:

1. First make activate the Unknown source by Going Menu>Settings>Applications>Unknown source
2. Now enable the USB debugging by Menu>Settings>applications>Development> USB debugging and also enable Stay awake
3. Now switch off the phone
4. Extract Download flash tool pack “FlashTool_0.2.9.1.zip”
5. Open this folder and run “X10FlashTool.exe” file by double clicking on it. After running it you will see this window
6. Follow the instruction shown by FlashTool windows
7. If all is done FlashTool will start flashing process , when its done you will see “Flashing finished.” message in FlashTool window . it will also ask you to unplug device and enable Usb debugging, unknown sources. (don’t close FlashTool)
8. Now remove USB cable and switch on your phone and just after a vibration alert ,immediately connect the USB cable again .
9. Wait till the Root button becomes visible in FlashTool ,when it appears immediately hit the Root button.
10. It will start rooting process, when it done you will see “Root should be available after reboot” message in FlashTool
11. Before your phone automatically boots , remove the battery
12. Now wait for 5 seconds and insert the battery
13. Now come back to FlashTool , click on Flash button and select aZuZu – Kernel UpGrade from the list
14. Hit OK , Follow all messages prompted by FlashTool
15. If all will done well you will see “Flashing finished.” message, now you can disconnect phone by ejecting the USB cable.
16. Switch ON your phone, now you have a rooted Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V.

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