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2017-09-19 12:30 PM
After an email I sent to Sony support I did receive an answer saying that they are aware and that protective patches have been provided and that we will get them. Unforunately they did not give me a date, though.
2017-09-19 01:44 PM - edited 2017-09-19 01:45 PM
Sure, but you can still pressure since they "reassure" you you will get it. If I don't get an update in 2 days, I will continue pressuring until I get an update or a decent answer with an ETA.
2017-09-20 09:39 AM
According to the Blueborne Scanner 1.05, Xperia XA is safe. Previous versions of the scanner marked the same device unsafe... No updates to the device received in between, unless something was done OTA silently, without any notifications whatsoever. Or smth wrong with the scanner software... Who knows.
2017-09-21 05:24 AM - edited 2017-09-21 06:43 AM
How I could get security update for Xperia Z1 to fix BlueBorne vulnerability?
2017-09-24 03:09 PM - edited 2017-09-24 09:39 PM
2017-09-25 01:51 PM - edited 2017-09-25 02:05 PM
How about my Xperia ZL? (yes ZL ... still running smoothly! ;-) ).
Although this is not the most recent phone I expect it to be safe! I understand that I can not expect the most recent android anymore (however that would be more than nice!! ) ... but I expect that Sony takes this enormous risk seriously for ALL SONY XPERIA OWNERS! ... Sony remember, to get a customer back after loosing a him/her is something more difficult than keeping the customer. I ones moved away from Samsung because they did not update Android on a Tablet anymore, as they promised, I never bought Samsung anymore .... this was 8 years ago! Same can happen with Sony .... remember also that we have so many different cell phone manufacturers to choose from that we easily can go to the competition!!!!
2017-09-26 12:48 PM - edited 2017-09-26 12:53 PM
Bad news guys
Thank you for contacting Sony Xperia Support Center.
We inform you that Sony Mobile is committed to the safety and confidentiality of customer data with the utmost seriousness.
We know about the problem known as "BlueBorne" and would like to assure our users that patches for protection have been developed as part of our ongoing security update program. In Xperia devices, the Android ™ security package will be installed from 2017-09-01 or later. Unfortunately, we can not provide specific information as to when this security package will be available for a particular device. The update is phased out and the availability of the update depends on the country and region.
The following Xperia ™ devices will receive security patches:
• Xperia™ X Performance
• Xperia™ X
• Xperia™ X Compact
• Xperia™ XZ
• Xperia™ XZ Premium
• Xperia™ XZs
• Xperia™ XZ1
• Xperia™ XZ1 Compact
• Xperia™ Z5
• Xperia™ Z5 Compact
• Xperia™ Z5 Premium
• Xperia™ XA1
• Xperia™ XA1 Ultra
• Xperia™ L1
• Xperia™ XA1 Plus
Never Sony again
Z3, z3 compact, z2 tablet user
2017-09-26 06:12 PM
I insist, Sony does not care about customers, only our money, in Spain in four days will take THREE MONTHS WITHOUT UPDATE and I do not mean z1 or Z2 I mean. To an XZ NEVER MORE SONY