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2014-04-03 07:47 PM - edited 2014-04-03 07:54 PM
The maker of the adreno 320 Snapdragon by Qualcomm has add ons and updates for the cpu and wireless(Gobi) settings I am still going to keep stock and use the add-ons and updates it will make my phone quicker and reliable. Rather than depend on Sony or android I would rather keep my phone clutter free, free ram with updated and tweaked hardware!
2014-04-03 08:13 PM
2014-04-03 08:24 PM
No, I meant the persistent flicker many users are experiencing, thanks for the reply, though
I'll just root 4.1.2, I really don't like the white/grey UI in settings etc, it kinda put me off 4.3
No persistent flicker for me. Now that I've satisfied my curiousity, I think I'll go back to 4.1.2. for a bit and just update when Orange/EE get round to it. It's not fixed my RAM management issues and there's nothing special about any of the new stuff.
2014-04-04 12:17 AM - edited 2014-04-04 01:06 AM
Update to 4.3 is not one-way ticket! You can roll back if you have issue with it..however it may be little difficult process
Many people enjoy 4.3...well.. And so many have problems
2014-04-04 06:24 AM - edited 2014-04-04 06:36 AM
.201 Update is only 9.4 MB yet Sony managed to Add an Uninstallable Facebook app which weighs around 8 MB. Usual bugs like led, volume bar, ram etc. Fixed. But Walkman volume and bass reduced. Camera is still the same and white balance, Bravia engine 2 problem still remains. Sony also claimed battery performance improvement but its same as earlier not improved.