AnonD-78229, 19 Dec 2012My update is 6.1.1. C.1.0 wot does it mean? Not heard of that one, only 6.1.1.C.1.10 sorry. I gather there are a couple of certified versions later than 6.1.1.B.1.10 though, nothing seeded to my phone (1262-0728) yet however.
why it does not have card slot...??did it don't use memory card...??only can used it internal memory 4 gb only....
Really sad to hear that xu wont be updated to jellybean.For god sake at least release a very stable 4.0.4 for us instead with all bug fixes or its good bye to you forever...xu is a fantastic handset though...i dont think 512 mb ram is an issue cause Xperia j is getting it too..
kuyumad, 28 Nov 2012After using xperia u for about a week (bought it last week), it runs 2.3 gb and no plan updati... morehi kuyumad
I have the same problem and i'll try your suggestion hope it will fix
AnonD-86436, 18 Dec 2012wat the hell sony ....xperia J has same RAM 512mb and 1ghz single core cpu(less hardware) ....... morecan you just say me is ICS came on xperia u if yes how to update
plss do reply
wat the hell sony ....xperia J has same RAM 512mb and 1ghz single core cpu(less hardware) ....than y the hell xperia J getting jellybean but not xperia U :@
i want jellybean on xperia U very soon :@ :@
hai users can any one tell me whether this hand set will support for java application because i have some java application to use ...............
After ICS upgrade my U shows that 6.1.1.B.1.0, but which is prefer my U? how can i find it 6.1.1.b.1.54 or 6.1.1.b.1.10. help?
u say that sony xperia u have a 1320mah battery,but I have also xperia u but it has only 1290 mah battry.can I change my battry.plz rply me.
can somebody please give me an feedback regarding this software release 6.1.1.b.1.54. Is it better than 6.1.1.b.1.10?
Is the battery life with this upgrade better?
i'm a little bit satisfied with GB but when i read the news, i'm hoping that SONY would release a fix and stable version of ICS for my XPERIA U
this just sucks bid time
the Xperia GO has the same exact specs n features as the XU
chipset, GPU, RAM
yet d GO gets jelly bean but not XU
sony you really disappointed us
such a awesome phone n no jelly bean
AnonD-55262, 18 Dec 2012Not too stressed about Jelly Bean personally. Seems the main benefit of it is the Project Butt... more''Perhaps we might''
only GOD knows the answer!
I keep my salary 3 months 2 get xperia u, just hoping it will perform great n updated atleast at jelly bean, but what i got now? No jelly bean just ics with many many bugs n lags. Poor me, im thinking 2 sold it, n keep my money another while 4 another brand. I like u sony, i love u actually but nothing lasts forever. Bye sony, bye....no more u
Not too stressed about Jelly Bean personally. Seems the main benefit of it is the Project Butter elements, which focus on perceived interface smoothness, not actual device speed. I would imagine this could be the sticking point for the Xperia U as a relatively high resolution budget device - Project Butter will need lots of memory for graphics buffers and so on, and as we know the Xperia U is already rather borderline even for ICS (though not helped with the amount of cr@pware Sony insist on bundling). Devices with lower resolutions ironically may fare better since their graphics buffers will be less demanding.
My main concern would be that we might be being abandoned by Sony, but hopefully with the number of recent devices affected by this decision there will be some incentive to carry on producing bug fix builds based around 4.0.4. We shall see. Perhaps we might even see Sony's "stripped down" firmware made available, as they have for some other phones?
Anyone here yet successfully updated to 6.1.1.C.1.10 - as distinct from the original "B" ICS version?
TheDingo, 18 Dec 2012You have given wrong information regarding battery stand by information specially in 2G.It mig... moreIn perfect conditions 3G standby can be longer than 2G standby because the newer system is not only faster but more energy efficient - numbers quoted are for perfect conditions, and never attained in real world. In practice 3G signal is usually not as strong as 2G, so 2G generally manages better standby.