Same here bro I've been waiting for updates. I've been using this rom fo a long time with some bugs but now I've switched my stock xperia rom and just waiting for the final version which could have less or no bugs.
Let's hope so than. Thanks a lot for the reply.According to github and team members over Discord, development has been slow across the board. And with Google rapidly pushing out Android Q, there is a chance that we won't see a full-fledged PA9 at all.
Here's to hope that they won't abandon PA9 like they did with Oreo last year.
They had plans for new features tho....and I don't think this phone handles Q very well
And the developers are the problem....Sony will probably stop supporting the X/Xc....like this is a 2016 phone right.....but now after thinking more about it I think the pixel 3a also has a 600 series processor so you're right...it will probably still be supportedAnd why not? It's a device supported by Sony Open Devices Program, with an open-source kernel based on the current mainline version and the SoC still can do some heavy work thanks to A72 cores of its big cluster (that BTW still outperform many currently available low and mid-range SoCs) and also is pretty capable on the GPU side, supporting Vulkan and OpenGL ES 3.2. The only point that is a little on the low side is the RAM as it's just 3 GB, but that's still more than many currently available Android One/Android Go devices running Android Pie from factory have at their disposal...
TL;DR Android Q (and I dare to say even R) is totally doable on Xperia X/X Compact, as long as there's developers wiling to support those devices.
It's a 2016 phone all right, but the "only" thing needed from sony is the odm. Right now as already said we have the latest mainline kernel, so the prospects are very good, at least for the near future. They will eventually drop support, but even that could be no problem, you can infact build ROM even with older kernel (have seen it done, never done it myself). Obviously this as is drawback but sometimes they are minor in comparison to the new version optimization. We will see. Don't loose hopeAnd the developers are the problem....Sony will probably stop supporting the X/Xc....like this is a 2016 phone right.....but now after thinking more about it I think the pixel 3a also has a 600 series processor so you're right...it will probably still be supported
I know i shouldnt normally be doing this but its time for it...after almost...i think a yearSome random;79801344 [user=3544838 said: