Sony is continuing its odd support for modifications and software based on Android’s open source core. Today they’re releasing a collection of flashable recovery partitions for some phones – technically these count as “custom” recoveries, but they’re based on AOSP, and therefore pretty close to what you’d find on Nexus devices. Sony’s intro video does state that the recovery can restore data, flash custom ROMs, and boot to multiple ROMs, something that most stock recoveries can’t handle.
Sony Releases An AOSP-Based Recovery For Xperia Z1, Z1 Compact, Z Ultra, T2 Ultra, T3, M2, And E3 Phones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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