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    xda-developers - View Single Post - Xperia X10 2.3 Roll-out Map - Rollout started

    This is US Generic. If you want to use this one you can download it and install it with the Flashtool. No root required and it's exactly the same as Rogers' except you have more freedom with the APN if you decide to use another provider one day, and you'll have to manually install Rogers apps should you want them, they're available in the market.

    You should know that for 2.3.3 SonyEricsson released one global baseband (.71) so you can install any version you want and you should not have any issues.
    (if this shows up first, read my other message before this one!)

    For example, Rogers' 1254-8615 should work; or if you want to have an unbranded phone you can use US Generic 1233-8200. You'll have to change it in two or three places.

    Then you can use PC Companion or SEUS to repair the phone, and doing so should install the version you added in the build.prop file.

    If your phone is not rooted, I think you can use the Flashtool to edit the build.prop file but I'm not sure.

    I hope it works!
    Hello there,

    I'll have to write two responses as the limit is 1000 characters...

    I'm now running CM7, I got it at XDA Devs. I guess I should update my "status"!

    I thought Rogers released 2.3.3 though. As to where you can find 2.3.3 "Rogers Edition" as far as I know it hasn't been uploaded anywhere.

    If your phone is rooted, you can always use an app called "Root Explorer" and edit the file you'll find here: /system/build.prop

    Then where you see a code like 1232-4507 or similar, change it to a code you know should work (the list here Xperia X10 2.3 Roll-out Map - Rollout started - xda-developers)
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