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By GiwrgosP-, Member on 3rd September 2014, 10:20 PM
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Hey guys i got an xperia t but i still dont have the 4.3 update for my device... Whats wrong? Im confused...
 
 
4th September 2014, 07:39 AM |#2  
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Hey guys i got an xperia t but i still dont have the 4.3 update for my device... Whats wrong? Im confused...

It depends on your customization number which is related to your country and your network.
Anyway you can update by yourself, have a look here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2648320
Don't worry about country origin, just choose an unbranded one
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So i can choose for example 9.2.A.1.205 - Unbranded - USA (1270-5202) this. I will have no problems even if for example my phone has now installed 4.1 android the UK version. Will it be the same?
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So i can choose for example 9.2.A.1.205 - Unbranded - USA (1270-5202) this. I will have no problems even if for example my phone has now installed 4.1 android the UK version. Will it be the same?

Yep, it's the same.
Remember to wipe all your data when you switch from a different android version to another, in order to avoid possible system issues.
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If I were you, I would install 9.2.A.1.199 Unbranded UK that is a quite good version...
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