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Sony Xperia S Update to 6.1.A.2.55

Can anyone tell me if this is in the pipeline ? Believe Orange (EE) released it in last few days.

 

(Hate the new forums, how is anyone supposed to keep track of posts relating to their phone. It's nigh on impossible...very frustrating)

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Re: Sony Xperia S Update to 6.1.A.2.55

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You can see all the Android posts here:

 

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Re: Sony Xperia S Update to 6.1.A.2.55

Doesn't help me if I want to track ALL Xperia S posts ?
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Use the search box.

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Re: Sony Xperia S Update to 6.1.A.2.55

Don't hold your breath!

O2 still using .453 firmware!

Sony have released up to and including the .45 update in the UK but so far not the .50 or .55 stating that these are network specific.

Maybe O2 have not requested any fixes (Although there are glaringly obvious ones such as the calendar widget refusing to work and the 'fast capture' feature not working)

I rooted and flashed .55 onto my xperia S from XDA and haven't looked back since (be aware .55 is at the moment unrootable (sp.)) especially with O2's refusal so unlock the bootloader.

My best guess is is that O2 will bypass any updates until Sony release JB (Promised Q1 2013) and go straight for that.

However we all know O2's track record on releasing updates! so any point between now and 2014 would be a bonus due to 'network testing!'