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[Q] Australian 14.4.A.0.108

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2nd July 2014, 01:10 AM   |  #1  
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Has anyone got the xpreria z1 build 14.4.A.0.108 for Australia? I am running linux, so no access to the update programs.

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Has anyone got the xpreria z1 build 14.4.A.0.108 for Australia? I am running linux, so no access to the update programs.

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According to sony site, it is here http://www.sonymobile.com/au/software/phones/xperia-z1/. I did not try it coz I have not been with computer for a few days.

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According to sony site, it is here http://www.sonymobile.com/au/software/phones/xperia-z1/. I did not try it coz I have not been with computer for a few days.

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Yes I saw that, but as I said I'm running Linux Sony software is for windows only
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Just use any FTF for your device, region and branding does not matter
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I can see the new update on computer, but I haven't updated it, I am still on ...136 (4.3)
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Just use any FTF for your device, region and branding does not matter

If this reply is to me I tried the French ftf and got the same?
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Nah, every firmware has a slightly different. Australian firmware is specially designed for Australia. Therefore you should flash aus tft

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Nah, every firmware has a slightly different. Australian firmware is specially designed for Australia. Therefore you should flash aus tft

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I tend to agree with you otherwise why do Sony have so many different (counrty) versions.

You would'nt by chanch have 108.ftf ?
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The differnces are either cosmetic or include/do not include certain apps to apply with local legislation. It also helps deliver updates on a global scale without everyone downloading at the same time. They can stagger the release. It makes sense to do this for many reasons.

All this makes no difference to phone performance. You can flash any regions FTF as long as its for your device (C6903 etc)

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