Sony Xperia Z Ultra, Z1 and Z1 Compact Treated to Android KitKat Bug Fix

By Prarthito
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Sony has been on a role for quite some time now with its host of dedicated Android smartphone offerings in the Xperia line-up. And with the devices already making their way to a number of users, it now seems like the company is pushing out fixes for the operating system a few of its devices are running.

According to reports, Sony is pushing out firmware 14.3.A.0.757 for Xperia Z Ultra, Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z1 Compact that will replace the older firmware 14.3.A.0.681 for the Xperia Z devices, while fixing the highly talked about sound bug issue.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra, Z1 and More Treated to Android KitKat Bug Fix

 

Before the update was in place, the bug would sometimes cause notifications and calls to be played via the devices' internal speaker instead of the external one, making calls potentially inaudible.

As of now, the new update has already rolled out in UK, Russia, Germany, China, France, Poland, Israel, Sweden, Philippines, Netherlands, Austria and Slovakia as of now and is also set to expand to other regions over the next few days.

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The company has also stated that the update is currently being rolled out in stages, so be patient and wait for your fix as it may take a bit of time before it eventually reaches you.

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Also, Sony is planning to roll out the Android 4.4 KitKat update for Xperia E1, Xperia T2 Ultra and Xperia M2 soon as well.

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