If you are one of the Aussies subscribed to the Boost Mobile phone carrier network and own the Sony Xperia M smartphone, you ought to keep an eye on the notifications panel for a new software update that’s rolling out OTA. You can open the Update Center and take a look if it’s ready for you. Additionally, you may be lucky enough to find it available from the PC Companion. Those wanting further action can navigate to Settings > About Phone > Software Updates > Check For Updates and take a look that way. Those coming in OTA rollout in phases to everyone so no two people find it ready at the same time. Those wanting the FTF for model number C1904 can download it here.
The Xperia M is running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The new firmware build keeps the same. The total file size is just over 20 MB, therefore we know it’s a small update that doesn’t come with many features. Rather you will find bug fixes and slight performance enhancements.
As usual, we are always interested in anything you have to say. Please leave comments with what you’ve found. Are you running the latest iteration or still waiting? Have you found the same build number for another carrier network? It’s possible. Let us know in the comments any information you have.
Since the “M’ handset isn’t running Android 4.4 KitKat yet, we aren’t expecting 5.0 Lollipop. It’s likely coming to the end of software updates for this device. If you wish to further enhance the OS you ought to look into upgrading the phone. Anyway, if you did have bugs that need addressing here’s to hoping a fix is in place for you!