Sony I want Lollipop update in my xperia t3. Please provide Lollipop update for xperia T3.
Please provide get lolipop sony t3 mobile iam waiting lolipop version
Please sony t3 gives lollipop update every mobile give then t3 give lolipop update
Sony always late..
Bored with using kitkat...
Plz provide lollipop updates..
over aux, 10 Jan 2015thumbs up dude!! go on aux7 right now!wla aux 7 dude. from simple mobile department! good job sony!
Maikel - Netherlands, 10 Jan 2015Android KitKat 4.4.4. is stable you can't say this yet for Android 5.0 Lollipop. I want 4.4.4.... moreSome are having problems with 5.0/5.0.1 but others like me are using it with no problems. Can also get screen record apps on lollipop with no need for root or sdk commands.
Anonym, 10 Jan 2015My experience has always been the polar opposite of that, but then again I don't upgrade stock... moreIt may function well but I have a friend who also has a rooted arc S. The 512mb ram and limited internal storage are the problem! Still got my old live Walkman - Sony Ericsson produced some awesome phones but destroyed them all with ics updates.
Typical Sony! Giving everyone previous update that was released months ago. already on 5.0.1 on nexus 5. My xperia T (bond phone) was my last xperia!
What the heck Sony? When are you going to release v. 5.0 for the Z lineup? You're still messing around with 4.x?
I am surprised that Sony has STILL not released Lollipop for its Z lineup, months after Google released it and other manufacturers upgraded their phones with it.
psychotic1988, 09 Jan 2015kitkat 4.4.4 has lots of issues..i updated my m2 and im experiencing lots of prob!!!philippinesActually KitKat (4.4.4) itself is the most stable Android version one could get right now.
If you have troubles with it then it's either the Sony additions to their own ROM that is causing the problem or you did something wrong with the update (such as restoring data from backups taken in previous versions and/or not performing a factory reset).
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2015I find that most firmware update is making the phone performance worse. Everytime I experience... moreMy experience has always been the polar opposite of that, but then again I don't upgrade stock ROMs, I always go for 3rd-party ROMs closer to AOSP and voided of all bloat (for instance Cyanogenmod).
Today I still keep a fully functional 2011 Xperia Arc S that is running KitKat (4.4.4 via LegacyXperia) better than it ever ran the stock Ginger Bread (2.3).