XperiCheck is a great way to keep tabs on the latest firmware updates

by XB on 4th January 2018

in Firmware

XperiCheck has been around for a while now, and it’s proved to be a very handy website if you want to keep track of the latest firmware updates for your particular Sony Xperia device.

You can search through any Sony Xperia variant, which will list all of the current firmware versions available for it, including what is available across each region. It’s an easy way to see if your particular region of a particular firmware has been updated, without constantly connecting your phone to your desktop.

There is also a handy Twitter handle that provides a feed of all of the firmware updates as they are released by Sony. A number of you will already know of its existence, but if you don’t, it’s a site well worth bookmarking.

  • Moisés

    E6533 is no longer found there. Only single sim version.
    Does it mean no more updates, not even security?

  • Indeed! Very useful and trusted site!
    I use to check there whenever one of the Xperias in my family, including mine, or friends should update, and it lets me get an idea of how long will it take an update to arrive depending on the region Sony starts the roll outs.

  • AllanKafka

    I don’t think this is the meaning – you can still find the much older Z1 in the list.
    There is a switch on the top right of the page, with a text saying “Show Latest”. If you press it, it switches to “Show All” and you should eventually see your model there :)

  • Moisés

    I type E6533 but nothing shows up.
    Mine is dual.

    If I type E65 the single sim version shows up.

  • AllanKafka

    I have no idea then – by doing what I wrote, all Sony devices appear and I was able to find E6533. :/ Are you sure you clicked on that switch and the text switched to “Show All”?
    Anyway you should find your model page at this address:


    Does this work for you?

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