Sailfish OS installation on Sony XZPremium

REPRODUCIBILITY (% or how often): YES
BUILD ID = OS VERSION (Settings > About product): N/A
HARDWARE (XA2, X10, X10 II, …): XZ Premium
REGRESSION: (compared to previous public release: Yes, No, ?):

The system fastboot oem unlock not Start.
the comand not end, the ^C comand not operate the kill ov the fastboot
To end the fastboot command the unplug of USB cable is needed.
The fastboot in this case end with:
Finished. Total time: x.mmms (where x.mmm is the time in seconds that you have waited bevore unplug the USB cable)



The preparation of the devices is completed without problem: the device is enabled to USB debug, the ssytem information indicate bootloader unlock allowed: YES.


  1. Switch off the device and connect via USB with up audio volume on, the LED become blue
  2. sudo fastboot devices (the respons is the serian number of the device)
  3. sudo fastboot oem unlock 0xCA7…


a output as in the Sailfish guide:

sudo fastboot oem unlock 0xF6147ED3A507FBAD
OKAY [ 1.716s]
finished. total time: 1.720s


The fastboot command not end (hung up)


(Please ALWAYS attach relevant data such as logs, screenshots, etc…)

The device you are trying to install SFOS is not supported officially and i don’t thing i’ve seen a community port for it.

So basically you cant install SFOS on it.

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Is a Xperia X device, why not supported?
Any way, the problems about the Sailfish will be after the OS upgrade.
In my case the upgrade to Saifish not begin
Ciao, fb

There is only a handful of devices supported. Namely: Xperia™ 10 II, Xperia 10 and 10 Plus, Xperia XA2, XA2 Plus and XA2 Ultra, and Xperia X (the specific X model).

And then there are community ports.

The device you are trying to flash isn’t supported by neither the official port or community ports. So you simply cant install sailfish on it.