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Phone (PTCRB) (Certified Update) Xperia SP 4.3 12.1.A.1.192

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New update certified. Looks like it's a bug-fixing update. Well with all the bugs in the current firmware, I think we all could with a new firmware.
Build NO: 12.1.A.1.192
Improvements: Bug-fixes of the current 4.3 Firmware
Date of certification: FEB 26 2014
Here is the link: http://www.ptcrb.com/vendor/complete...?modelid=23022
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There are bugs in the current firmware? Which ones? Haven't found any yet.
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There are bugs in the current firmware? Which ones? Haven't found any yet.
So I guess you are the only one with the auto-brightness working as it should. Please extract and share your ftf.
 
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So I guess you are the only one with the auto-brightness working as it should. Please extract and share your ftf.
I don't use auto-brightness as I've always found the app Lux a lot better than stock solutions.
 
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I don't use auto-brightness as I've always found the app Lux a lot better than stock solutions.
Right, if you don't use it we can't call it a bug... good call.
 
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Right, if you don't use it we can't call it a bug... good call.
Where did I say that it isn't a bug? It means that I haven't used the feature so I had no idea it was bugged.
 
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There are bugs in the current firmware? Which ones? Haven't found any yet.
Fast Domancy excessive wakelocks in 3G with some customizations.

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Maybe the people who havnt had update yet are getting this instead of 12.1.A.0.266? Sony GB seem to be taking their sweet old time with the rollout.

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Yeah I never even got the 266 update for my 5306. Wonder if I'll get upgraded straight to the 192?
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Since i don't use autobrightness, the only bug i encountered is the music LED pulse

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