New firmware certified for Xperia E1 (20.0.A.1.21) and Xperia E1 dual (20.0.B.0.83)

by XB on 1st April 2014

in Firmware, Xperia E1

Xperia E1 dual_20.0.B.0.83Both the Sony Xperia E1 and Xperia E1 dual are now available across various regions around the world, just yesterday we saw Sony Mobile’s European stores start shipping. Judging by the latest PTCRB listings, it appears minor firmware updates for the handsets will be available shortly.

The Xperia E1 has firmware build 20.0.A.1.21 certified, whilst the Xperia E1 dual has build 20.0.B.0.83 certified. The DTV version of the Xperia E1 dual (D2114) has the 20.0.B.0.82 version certified. We would expect the firmware to roll in the coming weeks.

Xperia E1 (D2004, D2005) firmware certified (20.0.A.1.21)

Xperia E1_20.0.A.1.21

Xperia E1 dual (D2105) firmware certified (20.0.B.0.83)

Xperia E1 dual_20.0.B.0.83

Xperia E1 dual (D2114) firmware certified (20.0.B.0.82)

Xperia E1 dual_D2114_20.0.B.0.82

  • Giovanni

    And for Xperia SP???? We still wait wait And wait…….Best Phone and bad software….

  • Chew Loh Seng

    Stop whining. 12.1.A.2.209 is certified already for Sony Xperia SP.
    Credits: Muhammad Luqman Hakim (xda-developers: Levered)

  • hyper0926

    New firmware certified for Xperia L as well

  • Giovanni

    but why have removed the certification???

  • Chew Loh Seng

    Ask Sony Mobile. Maybe it’s a April Fools’ Joke. :(

  • Farid Ridzuan Fye

    im using xperia E1 DUAL, my phones randomly reboots, i already try factory reset, SUS and SPCC to repair and reset my phone.. my phone firmware is 20.0.B.0.74.. does this new firmware sony launch can repair my phone? HMM.. IM FEELING KINDA FRUSTRATED NOW >:(

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  • Divya Bharathi

    Very interesting thing I just come across at – I could choose any number of items (from the list) at very heavy discount rates (up to 75% off online) – more we buy more discount – I never seen this before.

  • ger

    We have the same problem, what i have done is to uninstall the facebook because it is link to xperia home or something. And then manually reinstall FB. And then install greenify, and then hibernate FB because facebook is still running in background even you have already close it. You will see that your RAM availability will be increased dramatically. Hope this will help.

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