on 08-02-2013 11:43
The Jellybean update for Sony Xperia T is commencing from today onwards for O2 customers
How do you get it? You'll get a notification on your device about the new software update which you can choose to install by going to Menu > Settings > About > Software Updates > Check now.
As the update has just been rolled out, you may not get this notification straight away (don't panic!) as you'll get a notification over the next few days.
What does this update do?
• Google Now: Google Now brings you just the right information at just the right time. Cards appear throughout the day at the moment you need them, and appear as a notification when they're important.
• Android Beam: Android Beam is a popular NFC-based technology that lets users instantly share, just by touching two NFC-enabled phones together.
Let us know how get on and share your experiences!
on 11-02-2013 22:38
it offers nice new icons, the option of adding or taking away Home screens and a ' butter ' like fast response. I also think it's helping the battery life too.
on 11-02-2013 22:43
Ah, so a bit more patience on my part is required then.....
I was out for a few beers with a mate on Sat and while in the pub we updated his s3 to 4.1.2. He seems impressed so far :-)
on 11-02-2013 22:49
is the pc way not viable to you soup as don't know how long you'll have to wait?
on 11-02-2013 23:03
now for your second question I've not got a clue!
it's 4.1.2 but don't know if the kernel is different? can any regulars explain please? it downloaded so must be compatible.
on 11-02-2013 23:06
It might be a silly question with this being an o2 forum but does your phone actually have o2's branded software on it?
I could use the charging cable thatcame with the phone I suppose :-)