Sony Xperia Mini Pro Android 4.0 Update Now Available

Couple of months ago, Google has made an announcement regarding the availability of its latest platform so far, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. Hence upon hearing this, most Android users have created excitement on receiving the newest software for their devices’ better usability features in the nearer future. Nonetheless, if users would be reading some tech news daily, they would observe lots of devices such as tablet PCs and smartphones on lower Android versions that have already tasted the Ice Cream Sandwich. Well today, it’s officially time for some free flavor for the Sony Ericson fans!

It’s just recently when a Sony smartphone codenamed as Xperia Mini Pro has got the chance to finally transform a bit through the new operating system upgrade. Here’s some review though, this handset is originally shipped last year with the Android 3.2 Gingerbread onboard. It boasts a larger 3-inch screen, a 1GHz processor and comes equipped with a QWERTY keyboard.

Now, let’s get in on the thrill. For those who are currently rocking the Sony’s Xperia Mini Pro, you’ll be feeling pleasured to know that your device maker has kept their words upon giving the latest innovation and upgrades that they have to the users. The Android 4.0 update actually includes fixing of bugs and device’s security features. Just be sure to plug in the handset to the computer and begin installation via the Sony’s PC Companion or Bridge for Mac programs.

Here are some tips and requisites upon rolling out the update. Enable first the USB Debugging in your Sony Xperia Pro and see if all your computer’s USB ports are in good working condition. Make sure you’d charged the handset prior or has a battery life of at least 60% to ensure the continuous installation of Android 4.0 update. You may opt to enter the device into recovery mode, clear the data while wiping the cache if you’re on any custom RIM firmware. However, if you failed to do so, the upgraded process might corrupt some of your data files.