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Re: Sony Xperia T – Jellybean 4.1 update *Released*

Yes it's got O2 firm ware on it, turn on splash, wallpapers and SIM provisioning etc but not too much.
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Re: Sony Xperia T – Jellybean 4.1 update *Released*

I'm still not really sure if the ota update is rolling out but I'll give it a week before going the usb route.

I'm in the middle of a broadband speed optimization thing with sky so it could go off at any moment so don't want to risk a corrupt download.

 

Cheers                  Tom 

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Re: Sony Xperia T – Jellybean 4.1 update *Released*

I've just done the ota update to v4.1.2

 

What's with all the white backgrounds? I've not had a propper look as yet but I hope they can be changed????

 

Cheers                Tom

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Re: Sony Xperia T – Jellybean 4.1 update *Released*

Anybody having any issues with this?

 

Since the update, my OH has had her Xperia T shut down while charging several times.

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Re: Sony Xperia T – Jellybean 4.1 update *Released*

I had something odd happen a couple of days after the update. I'd just sent a message and the phone restarted by itself. The message had sent and there were no error messages upon restart. It's not happened since.

I've only had the phone about 5-6 weeks so can't say if it was the update that was the cause.

 

Cheers             Tom

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Re: Sony Xperia T – Jellybean 4.1 update *Released*

Yes, same here, shut itself down when entering a wifi password and another time when charging Smiley Sad

 

Google now is doing my head in already, randomly popping up when not wanted.

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Re: Sony Xperia T – Jellybean 4.1 update *Released*

Not exactly sure which ones but I've uninstalled or disabled a load of the dross that gets loaded when the phone starts up. No point in having apps loading that I'm never going to use :-)

 

Cheers                Tom