Xperia E dual Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware (11.3.A.2.1) rolling out

by XB on 27th May 2013

in Android, Firmware, Xperia E

Xperia E dual_11.3.A.2.1Just a quick heads-up to let Xperia E dual (C1604, C1605) owners know that the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update should be rolling out to their handsets. We understand that the firmware deployment started a few weeks back depending on which region you are in. Both C1604 and C1605 model numbers should be receiving the update. If you’re an Xperia E dual owner and have updated to Jelly Bean, let us know how you’re getting on.

Xperia E dual_11.3.A.2.1

Thanks nicknicos92!

  • Yong Jie Tan

    S? zz

  • Nek0

    We all are thinking about one thing… One thing about our Xperia S LOL

  • delictie

    tssssk, please replace E with S

  • eric

    y el xperia s? me estas jodiendo, nos estan tomando el pelo, esa mierda de celular se actualiza a jelly bean y el xperia s no… sony sos una mierdaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

  • lolzer
  • Antonio Rabuzin

    Xperia S Jelly Bean please !!!

  • shenrong

    T.T felt like being bullied….
    XpS user…

  • Diogo Simões

    What’s the difference between 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 to Xperia s?

  • Okazuma

    4.1.1?…………………I can’t understand……why not the 4.1.2?

  • D2456

    6.1.A.2.55 is ICS, not JB

  • Okazuma

    4.1.2 brings VARIUS BUG FIX1 and home rotation for tablet

  • Fei Long

    XPS JB DAMNIT SONY (?°?°??? ???

  • Josh96

    Next, Acro S please!

  • Mac

    No offense 2 ’em xE users but who cares! Give us the xperia s, sl, acro s, n ion update!

  • ckxray

    One-finger gestures to expand/collapse notifications
    Bug fixes and performance enhancements
    are enough to transit to 4.1.2, especially the last one.
    But I don’t really care, Ray user here. Sony shitted on us long time ago. Even though JB is lighter and have better ram management than ICS.

    But now I can see why. Getting laid off many members of software development is the baddest thing you can do.

  • Norio24

    Sony is really pissing me off! Damn it

  • Volkan

    E Dual update after 33 days from announcement! As I heard, jelly bean update to S will also bring waterproofness so you will be able to jump into the sea in hot July days :)

  • NaijaXperiaFreak

    (From Nigeria) Upgraded my E dual to 11.3.A.2.1 on the 28th of April. It was a welcome respite–> totally frustrated by my laggy ICS-doomed Xperia SL

  • Josh96

    3 more days before May ends. Sony, this is the last chance. If the update is not going to roll out in 3 days, I will never buy Sony phones again. Acro S is my last Sony phone, I just need some software update to fix the Walkman bugs (track suddenly stopped playing and then repeating the first track I played, the widget on the lockscreen lags, etc), camera (blurry image, laggy night scene, etc), battery drains to fast, Movies apps not able to play some video format and dead micro SD card.

  • XPS Owner

    Fcking cnts! where is the hell XPS update?! Mthrfckrs!

  • when i saw the title “Xperia E dual Android 4.1.1” (every time i see related topics)

    i remember 2011 xperias owners….

    sony has no right for not updating their devices….

  • rickiking

    SERIOUSLY!!! (Xperia S owner)

  • Adarsh Chirayinkeezhu

    plzzz provide jb for xperia neo l plzzzzzzzz

  • Jhonbert Magana


  • mug

    Next, SL PLEASE!

  • Jason Wang

    Wanted to get here before the Xperia S users start complaining, but guess I’m too late.
    Before anyone start bashing me, let me clarify that I owned a Neo V which had laggy, unusable ICS. Feeling any better now?
    Sent from my Xperia SP.

  • grochu

    Got the new 4.1.1 on my Xperia E dual – it’s more laggy than 4.0.4.
    Today I’m going back to 4.0.4. I see no reason yet for going to 4.1.1.

  • Karmen

    No he conseguido cargar el archivo ni por el Pc ni por el terminal.

  • Nyxteridas

    Well, I received the update a few days ago. I can say that the handset is going a little better than before. Smaller amount of memory is reserved by system and apps, and also system crashes decreased. The only problem I continue to have is the characters in SMS. I use Greek language so the mobile lets me send only 60-70 characters per SMS, while xperia X8, which I was using before, allowed 160 characters.

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