Boot Bridge for Sony ELF by Adrian DC

Bridge for Sony ELF allows you to choose the systemless zip
by simply replacing the file install/install.zip with the one to flash.

Warning: BootBridge for Sony ELF is meant to be used on custom ROMs.
For stock ROMs, you’d need to patch the ROM (bootimage securities) first.
Please refer to the currently supported devices list in the second post.

When you flash the Boot Bridge zip, a fake regular bootimage is created
with the contents of the original ELF partition, mapped in the fstab,
then the install.zip is automatically flashed as if you did yourself,
and finally the ELF partition is updated accordingly.

Boot Bridge for Sony ELF also supports being used with MultiROM secondary ROMs.

Downloads (Unlocked Bootloader only)

BootBridge-SonyELF.zip : https://github.com/AdrianDC/android_…ge-SonyELF.zip

Preview of the installation

OPTION 1) How to root with phhSuperUser by phhusson

In order to get root access on AOSP based ROMs (7.1.1 included),
you need to download the phhSuperUser project by phhusson.

superuser.zip : http://forum.xda-developers.com/andr…ruser-t3216394

  • Rename the downloaded zip to install.zip
  • Open the Boot Bridge zip with a zip manager
  • Replace the file install/install.zip with the new one
  • Flash the new Boot Bridge zip in the TWRP recovery
  • Reboot to Android
  • Install the phh’s SuperUser application

OPTION 2) How to root with SuperSU by Chainfire

In order to get root access on AOSP based ROMs (2.78 SR5 or newer for 7.1.x),
you need to download the SuperSU project by Chainfire.

SuperSU zip (Latest version) : http://forum.xda-developers.com/apps/supersu

  • Rename the downloaded zip to install.zip
  • Open the Boot Bridge zip with a zip manager
  • Replace the file install/install.zip with the new one
  • Flash the new Boot Bridge zip in the TWRP recovery
  • Reboot to Android

OPTION 3) How to use with Magisk by topjohnwu

Magisk (Latest version) : https://forum.xda-developers.com/app…mless-t3473445

  • Rename the downloaded zip to install.zip
  • Open the Boot Bridge zip with a zip manager
  • Replace the file install/install.zip with the new one
  • Flash the new Boot Bridge zip in the TWRP recovery
  • Reboot to Android

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