Xperia p not updating to jelly bean
If you haven't, check manually for a software update or you can hook up to Sony Companion using your PC and handset.Normally the announcement of a software update doesn't shock us so much that we could be knocked over by a feather.
Motorola XOOM - No confirmed availability Motorola Atrix - No confirmed availability, unlikely Motorola DEFY - No confirmed availability, unlikely Motorola RAZR - No confirmed availability Motorola XOOM 2 - No confirmed availability Motorola XOOM 2: Media Edition - No confirmed availability Motorola MOTOLUXE - No confirmed availability, unlikely Motorola RAZR MAXX - No confirmed availability Motorola MOTOSMART - No confirmed availability, unlikely Samsung has built up its Android portfolio to be one of the most varied in the global market.But one look at the specs of the Sony Xperia J and you will understand.There is nothing in the screen size, at 4 inches, that is unusual here.The XJ has worse hardware than any 2011 Xperia handset, yet older devices were given the could shoulder.The more I hear about this, the more I hate Sony and their bad practices.More traditional features of Jelly Bean appear too, such as Google Now search assistance.
Next on the rollout list is said to be the 2012 debut flagship; the Sony Xperia S.
Asus and Jelly Bean are closely tied, the Nexus 7 by Asus is the first Android device to sport Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out-of-the box, but what about the company’s other products?
Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 - Jelly Bean rumoured, no confirmed availability Asus Padfone - Jelly Bean 4.1 has been available since early-February Asus Eee Pad Slider SL101 - Jelly Bean rumoured, no confirmed availability Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201 - Jelly Bean confirmed, no release date yet Asus Transformer Pad TF300 - Jelly Bean 4.2 has been available since early-March Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 - Jelly Bean confirmed, no release date yet Google Nexus 7 by Asus - Runs 4.1 Jelly Bean from launch (4.2 seeding as of 13th November) HTC kicked this year off with some impressive ICS devices in the form of the One Series, but talk of Jelly Bean has been quiet until recently, with only a handful of their current flock expected to move up.
And be prepared for the wonders of Android 4.1.2 like Project Butter, Google Now and the enhanced notifications page. Once you've run Android 4.1.2 on your Sony Xperia J for a while, let us know how smoothly it runs on your phone.
Drop us a comment in the box below.source: The Xperia Blog via Android Authority Actually they are working in "Alphabetical" order 9since they lost track of all alphabets that they attached to their phones) ...
Heck, there are phones with those specs that can't even get updated from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich (Hey Motorola, remember the Motorola DROID 3? The update for the Sony Xperia J weighs in at 392MB which means that it will use some time to install.