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xperia X and

asked 2019-05-31 18:16:34 +0300

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updated 2019-06-02 16:07:33 +0300

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I still use the X with Is there any reason to upgrade from to .10? It seems to be a release specific for XA2 and I don't want to create some new bugs on my phone. So should I skip this release?

Thx :)

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It's mainly Android/Dalvik related stuff. I updated my Jolla1 with no adverse effects....that I know of.

Edz ( 2019-05-31 19:10:59 +0300 )edit

OK, it seems like I will skip then - I believe the wifi problems are related to xa2 android apps only, but you never know. Your patch for the call UI is still working and the best patch I ever had btw @Edz :)

h.berd ( 2019-05-31 19:54:43 +0300 )edit

i find that this release came pretty fast after the
Mostly the improved points are related to the alien/dalvik and XA2 Devices.
Even if is a "small" update and nothing were found now. That for me not small enough to shortcut a part of the test process. I'm not sure that the cbeta team shown it. And didn't go through the early access.
Thus i recommend you to wait a little bit and be aware on all afterwards reaction about it. and then build your own mind if it's interesting for you.
But that is your own decision.

Concerning my own decision. I do this. I have an xa2+ (different than yours). I'll waiting during 2 weeks to make my mind.
Each release big or small should not be taken to lightly. Should be tested as equal.
A small change may have an impact on a complete interface of function. Positive ? ok. Negative? chaos...

cemoi71 ( 2019-05-31 20:15:01 +0300 )edit

I updated Xperia X and Jolla 1 yesterday, and they seem to be fine. I haven't discovered any negative effects so far, rather the opposite, they seem to be a bit more snappier in their responses and the closing of apps seems a bit smoother. But that might be just wishful thinking :)

Lars Maria ( 2019-06-01 11:01:08 +0300 )edit

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answered 2019-05-31 18:49:06 +0300

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Yes, you can skip. Also, people are in general unhappy with this update as it has caused some issues with Wi-Fi.

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