Not received the Android Nougat OTA update on your Sony Xperia XA? Not to worry. Now you can Update Xperia XA ato Android Nougat by installing the latest 33.3.A.0.127 Nougat Firmware on Xperia XA. The update brings latest security patch alongside all Nougat Features such as Multi-window, refinements in notification status bar, Direct reply etc. In this guide, we’ll be sharing how to Download Xperia XA Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware [33.3.A.0.127]
Here we’ll share the latest Xperia XA Android 7.0 Nougat FTF Firmware with which, you can update Xperia XA to Android 7.0 Nougat manually. If you want to Download Xperia XA Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware [33.3.A.0.127] then you are at the right place.
Yes, you heard it. Sony has started rolling out the latest Android 7.0 Nougat update for Xperia XA for all the unlocked versions. It is currently available in few countries and will be available everywhere within a week or so. This latest Android Marshmallow Firmware update will be available Via OTA.That means users can install the update only if their device’s bootloader is locked. So check your device’s Settings >> About Phone >> Software Update for the Nougat Update.
But, if your device is rooted or your device’s bootloader is locked then you have to manually install the Xperia XA Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware [33.3.A.0.127]. Also, if you can’t wait to for the update, follow the given steps.
Xperia XA (F3111)
Xperia XA (F3112)
Xperia XA (F3113)
Xperia XA (F3115)
Xperia XA (F3116)
You can flash the FTF Firmware file with Flashtool. You can Find in-depth tutorial to flash the firmware using Flashtool, just do a google search. Let us know if you can’t find one we will post an in-depth guide on that.
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