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Old April 7th, 2012, 03:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Morning Guys,

This update is now available via PC Companion, so no need to do anything manually if you're not confident. Just connect your phone and follow the on screen instructions. Doesn't require any knowledge.

Connected my handset last night to change some bits and received the notification.

Took about 20 mins or so. Not had chance to figure out what difference it's made yet, but I'll have a mess later.

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Thanks for the heads up Graham.. Just finished doing the update myself.. So we shall see what the differences are if any visable ones that is..
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Let us know what it does.
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I have 6.0.A.3.67 and when I connected my phone to PC Campanion it says my phone is up to date
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That is a bit weird, we are all in the UK, but mine too says it is up-to-date.

What networks you on?
Im on Orange.
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That is a bit weird, we are all in the UK, but mine too says it is up-to-date.

What networks you on?
Im on Orange.
I'm on Orange too.
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Don't know why this would make a difference but I did uncheck USB Debugging in Development and and checked Unknown Sources in Applications. That seemed to make it bring up the alert.
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I tried that, it installed more drivers but then still says it's not available.
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I have 6.0.A.3.67 and when I connected my phone to PC Campanion it says my phone is up to date
seem as, but bought mine sim free, though using o2
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Strange you should say that mate. I keep having an intermittent driver problem.

Sometimes I plug the phone into the computer and it's fine and connects instantly as you'd expect.

Other times it tells me there's a driver problem, tries to fix it, fails miserably and refuses to connect or do anything else.

Sorted it earlier by disconnecting everything, removing hardware and software from the laptop, deleting the drivers and then starting again like I'd never connected. To be fair I really can't be bothered doing that frequently....

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No update here either. I'm on an O2 Xperia S that has been debranded with 6.0.A.3.67 UK generic firmware
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That is a bit weird, we are all in the UK, but mine too says it is up-to-date.

What networks you on?
Im on Orange.
I'm Orange too
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Strange you should say that mate. I keep having an intermittent driver problem.

Sometimes I plug the phone into the computer and it's fine and connects instantly as you'd expect.

Other times it tells me there's a driver problem, tries to fix it, fails miserably and refuses to connect or do anything else.

Sorted it earlier by disconnecting everything, removing hardware and software from the laptop, deleting the drivers and then starting again like I'd never connected. To be fair I really can't be bothered doing that frequently....

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That is a bit weird, just see how it goes for now. Sounds daft but you plug it into the same USB port, right?


I guess that update is for Unbranded phones then. Mine doesn't come with the Orange Crap installed, but i don't have an update yet so i assume mines branded.
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What's the updates effects being like?
I still don't have it.
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What's the updates effects being like?
I still don't have it.
Battery improves significantly. Took the phone off charger at 7AM and after few calls, emails, sms' and short internet browsing at 1PM I still find 92% of the juice left! (Before update with similar usage I would find me in sub 80%) Sure using display more would drain it harder but still a big improvement! The phone tells me it still has almost two days of charge left. Nice nice!
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does this have to be done through a usb or can it jsut be done ota?
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i hear its via the Companion program.
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oh i cant use that ive got sony bridge for mac
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just plugged in and its saying no update avaiable on sony bridge

im on orange debranded btw
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Just spoke to sony online they say its by network although that doesnt help as others on the same as us have it-and to keep checking
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Wonder if it's because of branded phones.

Mines locked to Orange but I don't see any Branding. The box doesn't say Orange like my Desire does.
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mine isnt locked though unless you mean contract phones rather than sim free
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Bought mine on Contract
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I bought mine on contract through Dial-a-phone, so mine is not branded either.

Wish I could hurry up and get ICS as well
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Mines still on .62 and on 3 network... Tried PC companion and nothing even tried doing a repair and nothing from that either
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Looks like we'll just have to wait
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Anyone with any more signs of .73 update? My battery life is killing it for me - at this rate I'll have to go back to my iP4..

Been looking at flashing .73 from another region - apparently it'd be fine - has anyone got any recommendations?

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i dont know much about flashing etc but solved my battery prob by switching to just one network mode rather than dual
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i dont know much about flashing etc but solved my battery prob by switching to just one network mode rather than dual

I did that now mine is sorted.
Would still like the update though
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I flashed mine to CET Generic yesterday - massive improvement in battery performance and so far no side effects..
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What's your average battery life? Including screen on time.
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Where did you get CET Genaric mate?
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As a new user I can't post links, but you can find all the latest .73 firmwares in the xperia s section, I flashed the Singapore generic .73 a couple of weeks ago and it is a massive improvement in battery life over .67. I just wished sony would pull their finger out and release .73 generic for the uk.
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thanks for the reply i must try that one
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thanks for the reply i must try that one

Sorry forgot to put in xperia s section of xda my bad, but there are also a few european generic ones there to and apparently the norwegian one is supposed to be very good to, I might try that one myself over the weekend
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yeah let me know how you get on with it pal
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my devies is a sim free
i want to know if i run the new update, my device can locket up?
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I'm just downloading it now, might flash it tomorrow
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my devies is a sim free
i want to know if i run the new update, my device can locket up?
If you have a sim free unit then the update will be sim free, your phone won't get locked
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your phone is a simfree?
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I guess he means he bought it sim free, in which case it will be unbranded.
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Yes mate, my phone is sim free
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you know whats going on with the new version of android ICS
and how can i run this update?
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and its thet my unit will stay simfree?
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you know whats going on with the new version of android ICS
and how can i run this update?
ICS is not out yet for the sxs, don't worry if you have a sim free handset it will stay sim free even after using flashtool to flash different region frimwares.

Have a look here on xda Xperia S Android Development - xda-developers
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My phone is O2 locked and branded, and is running .67. PC Companion tells me that it is up to date :-(
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Mine is unbranded
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