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Lykho
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  #1351445 25-Jul-2015 02:11
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dunno if this is allowed, but my Z3C is on TradeMe if you guys know anyone interested.

www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=919859098

box open, but brand new -- haven't so much as put it in my pocket or peeled off the screen covers.

thekiwi
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  #1356480 1-Aug-2015 08:12
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Android 5.1 looks to be available for NZ Z3C's

 
 
 
 


tripp
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  #1356482 1-Aug-2015 08:21
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thekiwi: Android 5.1 looks to be available for NZ Z3C's


Yes been running it for almost a week now, bloody great, it's like a new phone.

Battery life is a lot better on standby as well


darkasdes2

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  #1537220 21-Apr-2016 09:27
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I was presently surprised on Tuesday when I got a notification saying that I could upgrade to Andriod 6.0. I had thought that Sony had no intentions upgrading the Z3 compact.

 

Impressed with Marshmallow so far, everything seems quicker when you open apps etc 


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  #1537265 21-Apr-2016 10:02
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If you think that is quick you should flash the marshmallow concept. Almost pure stock with some sony apps, Battery life is pretty much at kit kat levels aswell.

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  #1537797 21-Apr-2016 22:32
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darkasdes2:

 

I was presently surprised on Tuesday when I got a notification saying that I could upgrade to Andriod 6.0. I had thought that Sony had no intentions upgrading the Z3 compact.

 

Impressed with Marshmallow so far, everything seems quicker when you open apps etc 

 

 

 

 

It should actually be 6.0.1 

 

 

 

I got it for the Z2 last weekend and it was only announced the week before! 

 

Better than any samsung phone. The Mrs' S4 only just got 5.01 last month!


darkasdes2

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  #1537859 22-Apr-2016 06:11
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6.0.1 it is



 
 
 
 


E3xtc
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  #1537865 22-Apr-2016 07:56
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Damn - how come I can't get it :\ 

 

I see (according to articles on the www) D5803 (which mine is) had 6.0.1 released earlier in the month (ie before the D5833)... :(


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  #1537880 22-Apr-2016 08:29
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E3xtc:

 

Damn - how come I can't get it :\ 

 

I see (according to articles on the www) D5803 (which mine is) had 6.0.1 released earlier in the month (ie before the D5833)... :(

 

 

 

 

Depends where the phone is from.  If you can find that out I can look it up for you

 

Otherwise download xperifirm

 

 


E3xtc
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  #1537881 22-Apr-2016 08:32
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Hmm no idea where it's from - asides from bought from a store (it is a parallel import jobbie I know that much). Might take a look at manually doing it...or is it simply a matter of just waiting and it will eventually get here?


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  #1537884 22-Apr-2016 08:34
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Looking at the 5803 firmware release not many have MM yet. most of them are still reading 5.1

 

 

 

 


E3xtc
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  #1537896 22-Apr-2016 08:43
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Okay cool - thanks for checking it out....looks like if I really want to roll to that, then it will be a manual one for now....will see if I have the time/inclination.... :)


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  #1538255 22-Apr-2016 17:14
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If it's out there, manually updating is very easy anyway.

 

 


SpookyAwol
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  #1540848 23-Apr-2016 19:44
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My screen touch has packed up. Seems to be common problem. Last Sony I buy... :/

 

 


NzBeagle
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  #1540950 24-Apr-2016 06:57
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SpookyAwol:

My screen touch has packed up. Seems to be common problem. Last Sony I buy... :/


 



My one stopped working from the top, so you couldn't use the status bar at all. My friends one is worse. Both getting repaired under warranty at the moment. Already been back once with the camera lens losing its anti reflective coating, and they'll be replacing that too. Such a shame, as the Z1 compact I use in the meantime is still going strong.

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