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Default wich fw are you preferred? (4.2/4.3/4.4)

hi friends...

i tried this fw on my ultra but in 4.4 i had a few lag so i return to 4.2...

however i asking you... is it faster and smoothner 4.2 (. 532)or 4.3 (. 136)?

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My personal (Sony) favorite is 290 (4.3).
 
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My personal (Sony) favorite is 290 (4.3).
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Aaaaand KitKat come out. And we still sit on .136, but something constantly disquiet us that we are not on "latest" any more

 
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I'm still on 290 also and have no issues. I never go onto the first release of a new version as they're always buggy as he'll especially with battery drain.

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I'm still on 290 also and have no issues. I never go onto the first release of a new version as they're always buggy as he'll especially with battery drain.

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sorry maybe it's a wrong place to ask but whats the difference between 290 and 136 ?

(PS: I missed 290 on xperia z ultra)
 
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sorry maybe it's a wrong place to ask but whats the difference between 290 and 136 ?

(PS: I missed 290 on xperia z ultra)
Better BT mainly for me. Can't think of anything else. Pretty sure it only addressed a couple of things.

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Better BT mainly for me. Can't think of anything else. Pretty sure it only addressed a couple of things.

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Oh ok
 
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on. 136 you can modify colours intensity of display

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