Sony adds the Xperia L to its AOSP project

by XB on 13th December 2013

in Android, Xperia L


XperiaL_aospSony has unexpectedly added the Xperia L (C2104, C2105) to its Android Open Source Project (AOSP) for Xperia devices. Android 4.4 KitKat sources are available on GitHub allowing budding developers to help create their own ROMs. A lot of the functionality of the AOSP for Xperia L project is intact including the ability to make calls, using Wi-Fi, taking photos along with the sensors, NFC and the LED light. Features that are disabled include Bluetooth and GPS. Software binaries for the Xperia L are available here.

Other Xperia devices included in the AOSP project so far include the Xperia S, Xperia Z, Xperia ZL and Xperia Tablet Z. For further details on these other devices click here.

Thanks to all that sent this in!

  • Brin

    Just letting you know I’ll be picking up this device on behalf of CyanogenMod
    Proof here:
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/+CyanogenMod/posts/LE8puTsVoFE

  • Max

    $199 Google Play Edition please.

  • @atWidget

    Hey Sony, hi, how are you? Fine? Cool… hummm DO YOU REMEBER Z1??? Thank You.

  • amro

    xperia s????? im very surprised

  • Mirhawk

    It has been there since a year.

  • saif

    Hope some one will port the leads to xperia m too

  • pars71

    what about xperia M / M dual ?

  • 3rdflyleaf

    *Off topic. But I love the new Xperia Blog mobile version layout!

  • lon

    Sony!! please released 4.3 jelly bean!!!! it’s already december!

  • Mohammed Khired

    we’ll get 4.4 when every body else got 5.0

    welcome to sony bro

  • Brian Byron De Guzman

    If you want the latest version as soon as possible, go get a nexus. I have nexus 7 at 4.4.2 and would choose Sony’s 4.2.2 anytime of the day. Pure android gets boring fast IMHO.

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