The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Sony Xperia has been an issue talked about for long and at length. The OS had finally made it to the real world in end May. Sony it appears budged to these extended talks which specially surrounded the release date and had come out with the update a wee bit early. Users who have installed the software have been facing quite some bugs ever since. This has forced Sony to come out with a new update to set things right.
Users of the smartphone reported having issues with the GPS and Wi-Fi functioning after the first update. Other bugs that Sony Xperia users reported thanks to the update as reported by Gotta Be Mobile include the battery that drains off even when set for conserving with the STAMINA mode switched on. Users have also mentioned about the camera lag and the non-functioning of the volume selection keys most of the time.
Sony have acknowledged the presence of these bugs and rolled out a new firmware update to this effect. They have mentioned about this issue as well as the firmware in their XperiaBlog. The latest firmware update is expected to take care many of the issues that users of the Xperia S have been facing and reporting about.
The update with a nomenclature 6.2.B.0.211 is available in certain regions today while other regions can expect it soon. That it would handle the bugging issues is what users can expect given the fact it has come close on heels to the original software update. For users of the Xperia S yet facing the problems on their device with the original update would have to wait for a week by which time Sony is expected to issue an update to tackle the bugs induced by the previous update.