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Xperia T KitKat: it will come?

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Just curious.. Why not OnePlus One?
That's easy. I hate the invite stuf.

I'm not gonna beg a company to spend my money. So i give them the finger and gonna buy a g3 and flash Android L on it (when it's released)
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I really don't care anymore. In a few months it's time for a new phone. LG G3 here i come
lol...in a few months?
how often i read that here...byebye XT, welcome Nexus, welcome xyz.
funny...

flash omnirom or compile your own custom rom, easy stuff since tilal and omnirom gave us such a nice base...
 
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I'm stuck on a contract so i have to wait. The custom roms are not that great for the xperia and the the stock rom sucks (bug party is what it is)

The T is the worst phone i have ever had. So yes i can't wait to get another phone

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We know it finally
Better stable 4.3 than buggy 4.4 (knowing their "skills" with updates). I'm still happy with my Xperia T and I don't want to jump to another phone unless this will be dead
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Sagem MY-X1, stolen > Nokia 3310, still alive! > Nokia 3510i, still alive! > SE k750i, joystick fell off but still alive! > SE p990i, still alive! > SE Xperia X8 > SE Xperia PLAY - given to my brother > Sony Xperia T + Xperia X8 again:

X8: MiniCM10-4.1.0-shakira + XPerience-04
XT: Stock 4.3 + DooMKernel
 
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I am also happy with my T, but it would be nice to have KitKat
 
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We know it finally
Well, now it's official.... but I'm not surprised at all...

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Better stable 4.3 than buggy 4.4 (knowing their "skills" with updates). I'm still happy with my Xperia T and I don't want to jump to another phone unless this will be dead
Totally agree with you.

Anyway I would like a final 4.3 version to solve some big issues, such as the flickering blue screen inside movie gallery or the sleep of death when 100% charged...
But officially support has ended on April and it seems that Sony doesn't care about Xperia T anymore........
 
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Sony has officialy ended support for T, TX and V a few minutes ago
 
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The timing couldn't be better for this announcement.

My XperiaT is in repair for the second time since I had one for the same issue(Battery power management failure)
My contract can be renewed as of Monday so could change device.

Think it is now time to go down the custom ROM route, will have a fresh base to wipe and if the device fails I dont need to worry about warranty as I can just get an upgrade from network.


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