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Thumbs up [ CERTIFIED ] Xperia Z Ultra Android 4.x 14.2.A.1.124 firmware

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Xperia Z1 and Z Ultra Android 4.x 14.2.A.1.124 firmware Certified by PTCRB.

PTCRB Certification here.
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On which date was 290 certified?
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On which date was 290 certified?

December 10, 2013
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Alright, and Sony officially released it on December 16th, so if this is a release candidate we'll probably get in a few days time - if we're lucky.
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Alright, and Sony officially released it on December 16th, so if this is a release candidate we'll probably get in a few days time - if we're lucky.

If carries.
SONY certified a firmware on December 14.2.A.1.114 23, 2013.
It still didn't quit.
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If carries.
SONY certified a firmware on December 14.2.A.1.114 23, 2013.
It still didn't quit.

Hmm, but we're in the middle of the month now, so if the past tells us anything, we'll receive an update very soon, i guess? But i'm not in a hurry. We've got a fine collection of ROMs now, so take your time Sony.
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so is this KitKat or something else
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so is this KitKat or something else

Might be, will have to wait for it to be pushed out - hopefully in the next day or two
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A Sony KitKat so quickly..that would be amazing but somehow I doubt it is..but you bet I wish to be wrong!
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Doubt that. Just a minor fix i guess.

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