The Sony Xperia Z was unveiled only through T-Mobile in the U.S. last year. And if you own this variant of the smartphone, you will be pleased to know that the carrier and Sony are now rolling out an update (10.4.C.0.808) to the device with some minor UI improvements in tow. As usual, the update will be rolled out in batches and over the course of June, so maintain patience if you don’t see it immediately. Make sure the device is on a WiFi network before downloading the update as it is 312MB in size.
Along with the UI improvements, the changelog also mentions the relocation of some apps and features like Play Memories and Music Unlimited, which can now be found in the Album and Walkman apps respectively. Users can also perform a master reset of the smartphone by just using one of the hardware keys. These aren’t quite big changes but crucial ones nevertheless.
T-Mobile recently put the brakes on the Android 4.3 update for the Xperia Z due to some unclaimed reasons and it’s not specified if this is indeed Android 4.3. But since there’s no mention of it in the changelog, we’re bound to believe that the device is still stuck on Android 4.2.2.
Via: Android Police