AnonD-551566, 12 Aug 2016jsut to remind... it's a beta version so bugs can be found, make sure to always have back up (... moreYeah, I'm not a big fan of using betas or unstable updates. Main thing to me is providing a one off seamless update that has as few bugs as possible. Betas help achieve that but betas aren't something for anyone to be proud of, what matters is the official release.
"So if possible don't attempt this on your main device, unless you just love living on the bleeding edge of things."
When a beta program is available particularly to a single device, which in this case is Sony's current top of the line model, one couldn't help to main an Xperia X Performance. In other words, The author encourages consumers to avoid main-ing an X Performance unless perhaps if they are an eager adventurous fanatic. Albeit just a beta and not the final official version, kudos to Sony for allowing its users to experience and enjoy a beta of Nougat
it has nothing to do with Sony but with your US carrier(T-Mobile) that obviously doesn't care about it's users , next time buy yourself international unlocked version or go with other brand ... also you can download and flash MM firmware for Z3 manually ...
jsut to remind... it's a beta version so bugs can be found, make sure to always have back up (specially if u'r just tryign the nougat for fashion XD)
enjoy sony users ^_^
7.0 beta has been out for Nexus-devices for several months now and the complete version should be released within a few weeks... Sony's being slow, but I guess it takes time to slap their own UI on top of the OS.
Once again, the T-Mobile xperia Z3(U.S) still haven't got the official update to Android M! Why Sony? Why?
lovely sony lovely devices. if you want the best go and purchase one xperia.