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Is this the fix for our KitKat [14.3.A.0.757]?

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9th April 2014, 10:28 AM   |  #1  
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No. Its not an intended release for generic users.

An open source archive build is basically Sony providing all the tools necessary to build a kernel and perhaps start cooking up ROMs. Depends on what they include.
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Just talked to Sony mobile support and they told me an update is starting rolling out today. Should fix several things, in my case the audio issue I have.
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Just talked to Sony mobile support and they told me an update is starting rolling out today. Should fix several things, in my case the audio issue I have.

Weird thing is, no ptcrb submission for the new firmware version. But let's hope it's really happening.

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Weird thing is, no ptcrb submission for the new firmware version. But let's hope it's really happening.

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What's ptcrb submission?
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What's ptcrb submission?

If you check ptcrb.com, usually every new firmware is listed there first for every handset type. But i think this one is really a bugfix version.

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