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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Rom 3.0.1.A.0.145/Andriod 2.3.3 [Hong Kong/Global] Update

5:09 AM
Here's a Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Rom 3.0.1.A.0.145/Andriod 2.3.3 Update for HK /Global
so far,...  it includes the o2 and hong kong firmware, we will wait for the other updates as soon when they get released.. Yet this firmware is a full image, you can flash it using flashtool, and it will wipe everything, so just make sure you have a backup of your files. Rooting doesn't work on this firmware unfortunately like superoneclick or gingerbreak.


Hong Kong Branded
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=J80IGWRK

http://www.multiupload.com/CQ0TB9Q5XB

o2 Branded - no bloatware included, so i suggest flashing this compared to the hong kong version(i found it to be smoother as well)


http://www.multiupload.com/7JF5BD3P9H
big thanks to rumnyc for providing this files.




Note: Root using superoneclick or gingerbread method
It will wipe everything so make sure you guys back up your files


Here are the list of changes found so far and the dump:
1) Hotmail ActiveSync has been fixed. It now works with the native email app. Finally I have a unified Hotmail/Gmail inbox. However, its not perfect. No HTML mail support :'(
2) Facebook status in contact page under the name
3) Facebook photos and albums under a photos page after opening a contact.
4) Facebook calendar sync with Calendar app.
5) Every one of your facebook albums are now in your andriod gallery application.
6) There is a new page called interests that show all the facebook groups a contact has joined.
7) Locked home screen shows summary of SMS notification. This looks new to me.
8) Sometimes when scrolling the screen would register a tap when I meant to scroll (this happened frequently). They seem to have tweaked the sensitivity and it appears better. Or maybe I am imagining it.
9) Generally faster scrolling. Again maybe I am imagining but it does appear smoother.
10) Photos look better. 8/6mp files don't seem any bigger than before so they probably tweaked sharpening settings or something else.