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Sony Xperia TX gets the promised Jellybean update


Today, Sony has set an example for all other manufacturers. In the first week of February, the company announced that its Xperia TX would be getting the jellybean update by the end of March. With the month almost coming to an end, we had lost all hopes of getting it this month itself. But surprisingly, the company has kept their promise and last night, they started rolling the much awaited Jellybean update on Xperia TX handsets.

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So, all those people looking for the Jellybean update on their TX just connect your device to your PC. You will get a notification via the PC Companion software saying that there is an update for your device and most likely, the update will be Jellybean. However, note that the update is only available via the software atleast as of now and you won’t get an update via OTA. But we may soon see Sony make OTA update available as these days a number of manufacturers prefer OTA over pc software update.

So what should you expect from this update? Apart from the regular stock Jellybean features, you can expect other Sony exclusive features from the update on Xperia T, Xperia V and Xperia TL.

Details on the features that the update brings are as given below:

1.More personalization options:

Actionable notifications, resizable widgets and 7 desktop screens are available for customizing the device.

2. Updated versions of Sony media apps like Walkman, movies and albums giving the user a  centralized place for viewing all your media

3. With Google Now on your phone, you can search and find useful information in a matter of seconds.

4.Better app organization options will make sorting your apps easier. You just have to press and hold an app to drag it anywhere on the home screen.

5.More features added to the camera software with a one touch button for changing from rear camera to the front camera.

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