Xperia X Compact updated with September security patch (34.1.A.3.22)

by XB on 25th October 2016

in Firmware, Xperia X series


xperia-x-compactJust a quick update for Xperia X Compact owners – Sony Mobile recently started to update the handset with new firmware build 34.1.A.3.22. Sony has included the 1 September 2016 Google security patches with this new update, although we have not noticed any other big changes. The update is still based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, so no Nougat just yet. If you’ve downloaded the new firmware, let us know what changes you’ve noticed.

DOWNLOAD Xperia X Compact FTF Firmware File – Android 6.0.1

Xperia X Compact (F5321) 34.1.A.3.22 Central Europe 1 Generic

  • I think you’re a bit late..I’ve bought the phone October 19 and the update 34.1.A.3.22 was already there waiting to be installed.

  • Nick Jacobs

    Like WTF…what about the rest of our poor slobs who bought their “old” Z5 devices? Still on 1-Apr security patch. :P

  • razorg

    “old” there meaning sarcasm right? :) I don’t care if it has been a year since Z5’s release but I’ve never felt like I was using a “flagship” device in terms of software. Such a big shame on Sony for that. Besides, even the so-called mid-range M5 got September security patches whereas we were given August… :( Thankfully my contract ends this time next year, and I’ll go for another options if things doesn’t start to get better in the upcoming year.

  • Mathias

    Did anyone notice the changes in security settings? If I’m not totaly wrong, there was no possibilty to use a pattern as unlocking mode together with fingerprinter. Only the PIN. No it is. Is that new?

  • Tobias Hedlund

    Does the laserfocus work now? Because it didn´t before!

  • aidy.lucas

    My xa is only on August since the last update

  • deekbee

    Sony are doing a cracking job of making us running their prior generation kit feel unsupported.

  • azzido

    You are right, the problem is they are delivering too many devices and then they are not able to provide the quality and timing to the software. Then we – end users got the feeling that we are not receiving adequate software treatment.

    Sony needs to produce less devices each year but spend more time on manufacturing ir, developing the software and testing. They should achieve it by having less devices in scope. For the moment it is too much for them to handle. This is why people say Apple has better software, but how many devices Apple release per year???

    Exactly.

    I will repeat. Sony needs to release only 3 devices per year:
    Small (compact) about 4.6″, regular – 5.3″ and big size

  • John

    I dont understand sony sometimes…
    how hard it is for them to release a damn security patch on their phones?
    Its not like they will have to write their own or update the whole OS

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  • David Hromas

    FYI: Just receiving a System update 34.1.A.3.49

  • David Hromas

    with Android security patch from Nov 1, 2016

  • peltruquin

    Would you get this update even if you flash a different region firmware? I went fron US to UK version for the fingerprint

  • Theoretically yes. But according to Xperifirm the Generic UK hasn’t been updated yet. Only O2 in UK. Generic Europe instead is available if you like.

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