Sony Xperia III - Android 12

I installed with Android 12, installation went fine… and i am using SFOS from almost a month. all is fine…

Hope this helps

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In the end I connected it again to USB and rebooted using fastboot reboot . That worked well.

God bless you.

Thank you @rainemak for addressing this, but unfortunately now the footnote 4 is broken and footnote 5 is missing.

My suggestion how to fix this: Alter
[4] Both Android 11 and Android 12 are compatible with Sailfish. However, we recommend using Android 11, so select Android baseband 59.1.A.x.y if available.
to
[4] Both Android 10 and Android 11 are compatible with Sailfish. However, we recommend using Android 11, so select Android baseband 59.1.A.x.y if available.
[5] Both Android 11 and Android 12 are compatible with Sailfish. However, we still recommend using Android 11, so select Android baseband 62.0.A.x.y if available.
and append a [5] to the second column of the Xperia 10 III entry.

HTH

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Thanks for pointing this out, article is now updated.

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Sorry for the offtop (I would’ve sent you a PM but can’t find how it’s done on this platform), but could you please tell me if there is an updated version of your (awesome) XPeria partitioning guide? I’m interested in whether anything changed WRT XPeria 10 III and/or Vanha Rauma.

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Reading often helps, here the “P.S.” of this guide at TJC. :wink:
olf / SailfishX on Xperias · GitLab

tnx for the dox, this seems to not miss important steps at the very beginning of the use that may affect the success of installing sfos…)

I wish I’ve known this dox when I started to try installing sfos to xperia 10 iii a week ago. (still not able to get pass fastboot oem unlock phase - have spent couple of hours today to figure out what to do next…)