Sony Xperia Sola, Go, P and U Receive Android 4.0.4 Upgrade With Bug Fixes

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The new Android 4.0.4 update has been rolled out for Xperia Sola, Xperia Go, Xperia U and Xperia P by Sony Mobile which brings in a couple of bug fixes as well as a lot of performance improvements.

According to a Sony Blog report, the update based on Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) firmware will encompass improvements to WiFi, stability, camera (both capture and playback), Messaging, NFC and portable or tethering hotspot. The ICS update had been rolled out by Sony for Xperia P back in August. Xperia Sola, Xperia U and Xperia G got the ICS update from September onwards this year.

Sony Xperia Sola, Go, P and U Receive Android 4.0.4 Upgrade

 

Xperia P users would be getting the update Over The Air (OTA). They can also update using PC Companion or Windows or via Bridge for Mac which can vary from region to region and also carriers.

Sony Xperia Sola, Xperia U and Xperia Go users who already have the ICS update will be getting the notification for the new Android update OTA while others who still use Android 2.3 can upgrade using either PC Companion or Bridge for Mac.

Sony said that the new Android upgrade for these phones will be available in the next few weeks. The availability will be different based on the carriers and also the countries.

Sony Mobile had recently announced that Android Jelly Bean 4.1 update will be made available to Sony Xperia devices by the first quarter of 2013. The first devices to get these update will be the 2012-realeased Xperia T, Xperia TX as well as Xperia V. The company has said that the Android Jelly Bean 4.1 update will not be available for the 2011 released devices.

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