Sony Xperia Z2 Overview :
The water and dust-resistant Xperia Z2 comes only six months after the previous Xperia Z1 flagship was released. Although it’s quick update, the Xperia Z2 features a larger, 5.2-inch IPS display that boasts a new imaging technology, called Live Color LED. Of course, the screen is not the only improvement over its predecessor. Although it’s even thinner and lighter, the Xperia Z2 runs on the brand new 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 chipset, paired with a fantastic 3 GB of RAM. The 20.7MP camera on its back is capable of 4K recording, slow-motion video, and adding real-time effects. Stereo speakers are now available, as well as noise cancellation and many more software and hardware extras. The Xperia Z2 is powered by a 3200mAh battery, which considerably improves talk time. It runs the latest Android version, 4.4 KitKat. All things considered, the Z2 is an improvement in every way.
Sony Xperia Z2 Sim Unlocking:
Unlock Orange France Sony Xperia Z2 to use any where in the world with any supported service provider like
Sony Xperia Z2 Unlocking instructions:
1: Turn on phone with Not Accepted SIM card.
2: A menu will pop up to Insert the code.
3: Insert the provided code and press OK
4: Device is now unlocked.
Before placing order please make sure your phone has unlock attempts *#*#7378423#*#* and then Go to Service Info > SIM lock you will see a list of lock types followed by a number of remaining attempts to enter unlock code. [x] before the lock name means it is enabledyou can find by dialing
How to Factory Reset/ Hard Reset Sony Xperia Z2:
How to Reset Sony Xperia Z2 Pattern Lock:
All described operations you are doing at your own risk.
To perform a hard reset, or factory reset, then there are a number of methods to try:
1) Go to Settings – Accounts – Backup and reset – Factory data reset – Reset phone. It may ask for a password. Then select Erase everything.
If the phone is totally unresponsive, even after a reboot, then try the following methods.
2) While the phone is turned off, press and hold the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons together. Then, while holding these, press and release the Power button (keep holding the volume buttons). The phone should turn on and a menu will appear. Press the Volume down button to navigate to the Recovery option. Press the Volume Up to select (if that doesn’t work, use the Power button to select). A yellow triangle and an Android logo will appear. Press the Volume Down and Volume Up button together and a recovery menu should appear. Use the Volume buttons to move to the Wipe data/Factory reset option and then press Power to select. Again, use the Volume Down key to choose Yes and press the Power button again to select.
3) While the phone is turned off, press and hold the Volume Down button. Then, while holding, press and release the Power button. A menu should appear. Use the Volume down key to go to Clear Storage. Use the Power button to select the option. Then when asked to confirm, press Volume Up for Yes.
4) While the phone is off, press and hold down Volume Up + Home + Power buttons at the same time. Then release the buttons when you see the Logo. Use the Volume Down button to go down and the Home or Power key to select. Choose the Wipe data/Factory reset option. Then Select Yes to delete all user data. Then choose to reboot the phone.
5) A final method is to enter the code into your phone’s dialler: *2767*3855# This method will not give you an option to reverse the process, so be careful! This method will only work if you can boot into your phone. –
How to Update Sony Xperia Z2 to latest Firmware:
Update your software using PC Companion:
Before you start the software update, you need to have PC Companion installed on your computer.
Note: If you install PC Companion on a PC running the Microsoft® Windows® 7 operating system, make sure that the AutoPlay setting is enabled.
To enable the AutoPlay setting on a computer running Microsoft® Windows® 7 operating system
- Click Start > Control Panel. In the search box, type “autoplay”, and then click AutoPlay.
- Mark the Use AutoPlay for all media and devices checkbox.
To Install PC Companion
- Turn on your new Android™ phone and connect it to a PC using a USB cable.
- New phone: Tap Install to install PC Companion on the PC.
- Computer: If a pop-up window that appears notifies you about available PC Software, select Run .
- Computer: Click Install to start the installation and then follow the instructions to complete the installation.
Tip: PC Companion is also available for download from the PC Companion download page.
Note: If you have just installed PC Companion on a computer, disconnect and then reconnect your phone before downloading the software updates.
To update your phone software using PC Companion
- Start your phone and connect it to a computer using a USB cable.
- Computer: Wait a few seconds for PC Companion to start. If PC Companion doesn’t start automatically, you can start it from the start menu on the computer.
- Computer: In the Support Zone application, click Start, and then select the Phone Software Update option. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Note: Do not disconnect the USB cable when updating your phone as it can damage the content being transferred.
How to Root Sony Xperia Z2:
You will lose all your data and it is possible that you may brick your device
All described operations you are doing at your own risk.
- Download the file from this link and extract the zip file. to your smartphone or computer
- Open the folder you extracted, called XperiaRoot, and you will see an ALP folder that contains the following .apk files: Busybox, Recovery, Root and SuperSU. A folder named XperiaRoot will be generated. If you unzipped the archive on your computer, you’ll have to transfer the extracted files somewhere on your smartphone.
- Go to your smartphone’s Settings > Security menu and check the the option to install applications from Unknown sources.
- Install the file. Open the app and tap on the ‘Root’ button, then wait for it to root your device.
- Install the and files in the same way.
- Open the installed Recovery app and tap ‘Install Recovery’.
- Boot into Recovery mode! First, power off your device. Then, press the Power on button, and when the LED light starts flashing, press the volume up or down buttons a couple of times. If that doesn’t work, reboot, activate USB Debugging on your phone, and use Minimal ADB or ADB from the Android SDK to reboot the handset into recovery mode by typing “adb reboot recovery” inside the terminal.
- Once you are into recovery mode, select Install and choose the file from the ALP folder.
- Reboot your phone after flashing. You will see SuperSU app in App drawer, and the next step is to check for root access by using any Root Checker app from the Play Store.