Great great news for Sony Xperia T users who are just lately receive Jelly Bean update from Sony and Google. The tutorial here is to guide you how to root your hot Sony Xperia T after the Jelly Bean update. The root method below is to root Sony Xperia T Official JellyBean FW 9.1.A.0.489. If you yet to receive the OTA Jelly Bean update, follow our guide to upgrade it manually.
The official Jelly Bean firmware 9.1.A.0.489 is now available for Sony Xperia T. It is great great news to all the Sony Xperia T users who started to feel the joy of Jelly bean on the buttery smooth performance. In case you have not receive OTA or Sony PC Companion, we have prepared a tutorial to guide you how to install manually and upgrade your Sony Xperia T to Jelly Bean officially.
Sony has released Sony Xperia T Jelly Bean alpha ROM firmware for all the custom ROM developers. This is the early version of Jelly Bean build for Sony Xperia T device. The alpha software is limited to certain features, for instance the UI look and feel is not updated to final Sony Jelly Bean software. The software is published to public especially to advance Sony ROM developers. The ROM is not suitable for daily use as it has limited working features like phone call. Check out more info after the break and download it now!
Sony is always having great design, same to Xperia Boot Animation. It is awesome and beautiful. Sony Xperia Z and ZL has just released and now we have the leaked new Jelly Bean Xperia boot animation from these 2 devices. We have prepared the tutorial below to guide you how to install this new Xperia boot animation.
Great move from Sony who is getting more mature on the road of supporting open source development. Sony Mobile has lately release their new flash tool to ease the flashing process and more transparent and organize. When you have installed the flash tool for Xperia, you can flash standard Sony software on your unlocked Xperia device. In this beta version of tool, only 4 devices are supported, Xperia T, Xperia S, Xperia Arc and Xperia Arc S.
Home and Power button are the most important buttons for smartphone since it is used to turn on/off the phone, instantly go back to home screen , call upon Task Manager (long press home button), wake up the phone and etc. Due to these reason, a defective home button is the most painful situation ever experienced by smartphone users. Wake up the phone, however, is the most common action we perform before any other tasking on the devices.
Sony Xperia T have been released few month ago and yet it already received the CM10.1 Android 4.2.1 support. Although it is not officially released by CyanogenMod team, but still the full features in Android 4.2 have been successfully ported on the device. Beware that this is only the experiential build whereby some minor bug may be encountered during normal use. You shall understand the potential risk of flashing this custom rom. Please read through the tutorial below carefully before start any flashing.
Sony users may wondering when will be the official update for their device. Frankly speaking that we seldom heard of official update to Sony devices or else only specific Xperia devices will received latest software version. But as Sony announce recently, Xperia devices will be upgraded to Jelly Bean in early of year 2013. Nevertheless, there are few Xperia devices which no official update beyond Ice Cream Sandwich. Fear not since we still have lots of developers to release highly customized rom for you. CyanogenMod is one of them to provide custom rom with highly stability and enhanced performance. Let’s follow the complete guide below to update to latest CM10 version on your Xperia T. Continue reading
The Sony Xperia T is the company;s late 2012 flagship Android device. The device features a powerful 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor backed by 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and a whopping 13MP camera. Recently, Sony Xperia T is running Android 4.0.4 whereby Sony announced the Jelly Bean update for Xperia T recently. Nevertheless, only with rooting of your device, the full access to system file is achievable. Continue reading