$2600+ To A Person Who Can Root Sony Xperia Z3 Series

Currently, there is absolutely no way of rooting Sony Xperia Z3 which was released in September. This is a deal breaker for many advanced Android users who are looking for a new smartphone this days. The smartphone is an excellent device specs wise. It features a 5.2'' full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) display, Snapdragon 801 CPU and it is IP68 certified which means it is dust proof, can survive under 1 meter of water for 30 minutes and the screen is also fully shatter proof. The owners and the owners-to-be are asking for just one more thing which is a secure way of rooting the Sony Xperia Z3. Now rooting the Android smartphone means that you gain access to the core of the device. That can be potentially dangerous if the user doesn't know what he is doing. Some of the risks are bricking the smartphone, overclocking the CPU so much that it stops functioning...

A software developer, able to root Sony Xperia Z3 series is now offered over $2600. The forum thread was posted in the XDA developers forum where you can find everything Android related. So if you are a software developer with the knowledge of Android OS you just might get over $2600 richer. Here are also some of the requirements you need to follow in order to claim this money. Sony Xperia Z3 must be rooted without losing Sony technologies like Miracast, noise canceling audio and Sony low light photo enhancing quality algorithms. The software must also be able to root all of the Z3 devices including the Z3 Compact and Z3 Tablet Compact. In the event of a hardware failure, the user must be able to reload to stock OS without warranty issues.

If you manage to succeed, then you need to post a working proof with screenshots together with easy to follow step by step instructions. Wait for the positive feedback of at least 10% of pledgers and claim the money then. If someone actually manages to succeed, he is going to make a lot of people very happy since the holiday season is almost here and the consumers are looking for the next big thing in the smartphone world.

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Matt Seslar

I had my first taste of Android with a tablet back in 2011 and got the Samsung Galaxy S3 in 2012 . Currently I'm rocking HTC One Mini 2 LTE. When I'm not on my phone testing apps, texting,replying to e-mails... you'll probably find me in a gym.
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