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NO Jelly Bean for Xperia U but coming to Xperia go. Jelly Bean discussions.

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Re: XPERIA U certified for ICS

Whenever they will release we got no problem (untill its september first half) it should be free of bugs and perfect the transparent bar should also match with the beat of music

The most profound technology is the one that vanishes quickly
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Message 42 of 1,798

Re: XPERIA U certified for ICS

ICS update didn't release yet.it got certificate for Both i an a Models Slightly smiling Face

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Re: XPERIA U certified for ICS

Then how will you explain the problem for people like us who are using lock free (sim free) phones in countries like India. The FW versions are manufacturer dependent here, not the carrier dependent.

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Re: XPERIA U certified for ICS

what problems do you have ?! signal drops ?!

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Re: XPERIA U certified for ICS

yup...it drops before the start of call and after the end of call. If I have to call say other person after I finished my first call, I will have to wait 5-7 seconds before signal appears again. Thankfully, the network doesn't switch itself off like it was doing in .162.

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Re: XPERIA U certified for ICS

Few users have this problem.maybe your Mobile Operator is not compatible but SONY can fix it.you should give it to Service Center and if they can't find any hardware problem,then they should report it to SONY Developers.what's your Mobiles Operator's(Networks) name ?!

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Re: XPERIA U certified for ICS

Its Vodafone India.

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Re: XPERIA U certified for ICS

How about other Vodafone users ?! Maybe be they have this problem too.ask them if you know them,and tell it to vodafone and SONY to fix it

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Re: XPERIA U certified for ICS

That happens with me all the time. . I am using Vodafone as well.. Any solution!?

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Re: XPERIA U certified for ICS

my operator is also vodafone but I have no issues after the update....