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Let's hope we get android L by this time next year
 
 
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Let's hope we get android L by this time next year

When we have cyanogenmod then who care about official firmware update... Cm team will provide it as soon as it will launch...
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When we have cyanogenmod then who care about official firmware update... Cm team will provide it as soon as it will launch...

I know that but I really like sony's heavy UI. And camera is one of the main features that I use and in cm it's ****ty as hell (sorry for the expression but I think that describes it best). Also so far sound quality is not as good as stock (that includes volume and quality) so a lot of users like me prefer stock firmware.
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I know that but I really like sony's heavy UI. And camera is one of the main features that I use and in cm it's ****ty as hell (sorry for the expression but I think that describes it best). Also so far sound quality is not as good as stock (that includes volume and quality) so a lot of users like me prefer stock firmware.

I agree. Although I wouldn't call Sony's UI "heavy".
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