after i update my xperia arc yesterday, it suddenly turns off and then cant on..when i push the on/off button, it just vibrate but the screen just black..nothing happen..please help !!!
Sony has been more than proactive about pushing out timely software updates for many of its premium devices in the past, so the time has come for it to answer the dreaded question: when will its devices get the coveted Jelly Bean update? Well, there’s good news and bad news. The good news is for owners of most Xperia devices made in 2012, you will in fact get the Jelly Bean update.
As a follow up to last week’s Xperia P Ice Cream Sandwich rollout, Sony Mobile today announced their 2011 Xperia line of phones will be getting new Android 4.0.4 firmware. Starting this week, the first phones to receive the update are the Xperia arc, Xperia arc S, Xperia neo, Xperia neo V, Xperia mini, Xperia pro, Xperia active and Xperia ray.
Today, Sony began rolling out an update to Ice Cream Sandwich for the Xperia P, Xperia U, Xperia go and Xperia sola devices that’ll come packed with ‘bug fixes’ and ‘performance tweaks.’ It’s unclear what exactly those tweaks are, but who among us doesn’t like a little tweaking?
The update to the firmware includes improvements to:
The Xperia Z2, Sony’s flagship smartphone for this half of 2014, is receiving a small over-the-air update. It is still Android 4.4.2 KitKat, but the build has gone from 17.1.A.2.55 to 17.1.A.2.69 with this OTA update. There are some reports that Sony has shipped this build with some Xperia Z2 handsets and those without it will be getting it now.
I've got a problem. I had installed the FXP141 from the Free Xperia CM10 Project. Yesterday I wanted to update to the new Version FXP146, so I booted into recovery-choose .zip from sd card and installed the new version.
I just got my brand new Xperia P today, about 3 hours ago. Charged it for 45 mins then turned it on. Then suddenly it told me there was an update available. I just went on and updated it and when it restarted it was ICS :eek: I thought it was just a small GB update since I read and have been told that ICS updates can only be performed through a computer.
For every phone, there comes a time that support diminishes. Sony made it clear today that that time has come for twelve of their devices that fall outside the 18-month update window that Google and Android have put in place.