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2018-09-27 04:35 PM
I know that, but im wondering why i can't update when they others can do that, Especially im behind with two update im still stuck in 50.1.a.10.40 When they others with 50.1.a.10.51 more than month ago and now 50.1.a.13.83 rolling out
That's weird and annoying
2018-10-29 10:41 PM
Rather than pasting a rolling your eyes emoji, how about you take a stab at answering my question? I'm not complaining that I haven't gotten an update yet (which is what most of this thread is). I'm trying to find out if Sony has a policy for issuing security updates similar to their policy for software updates. From what I read in this thread, that question hasn't been asked or answered.
2018-11-07 05:24 PM
Xperia X Compact has reached its 2 years support lifetime in September. The last security patch received was in October and it has covered issues prior to September. Does it mean that we will not receive any further security patches for that mobile? If yes, then it's a pity because it is still working very well and to be honest I can't see any reason to upgrade.
2018-11-11 03:44 PM - edited 2018-11-11 03:44 PM
It would appear that, after about two years post-release, we may be at the end of software (security) updates for the Xperia X Compact.
If so, it would be in line with Sony's general practice.
Is it possible for anyone to confirm this?
2018-12-09 03:12 PM
so based from what have read and understood..."patches are ony sent when developers know when it is needed...."
2018-12-09 11:21 PM
It's likely that the X Compact will have seen its last update as of September 1st 2018. This is approximately two years after the phone was released, and is in agreement with what Sony has indicated in the past. More updates would be great, of course, but considering the phone was upgraded from Android 6 to 7 and finally 8, that's not bad.