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How to flash gregkernel for the Xperia T LT30p or Xperia TX LT29i

by: Carl ParkerJanuary 22, 2013

Although the Sony Xperia T LT30p and the Sony Xperia TX LT29i don’t have a flood of ROMs like the Samsung or Google smartphones do, their ROM builds are pretty strong and stable. When newer ROMs don’t seem to come packed with the features you want, you can always count on custom kernels. To get you started, you can try the simple stock-based kernel known as the gregkernel.

XDA Developers member gregbradley introduces this rooted kernel based on stock software from the LT30p and LT29i. If you want to keep your phone fast and snappy, this is the best kernel to flash.  The gregkernel also comes with ClockworkMod Recovery.

Also, if you’re an XDA [...]

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How to flash SiyahKernel-XT for the Xperia T LT30p

by: Carl ParkerJanuary 11, 2013

XDA Developer member gokhanmoral, the well-known developer of one of the best custom kernels in town, has released the SiyahKernel for the Sony Xperia T LT30p. Now every Xperia T user and developer can take advantage of this fast and optimized kernel. This kernel comes with autoroot, I/O schedulers, optimized governors, custom ClockworkMod-based recovery with touch gestures, and STweaks support. The kernel also has undervolting and overclocking support with fast-dormancy disabled by default.

Currently, the latest version has a 2- to 3-minute lag when you apply settings. Some STweaks settings are also not very effective. Unfortunately for JellyBean ROM users, the [...]

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Sony Xperia T/TL vs Sony Xperia TX

by: Dan EvansDecember 24, 2012

One thing is for certain: Sony isn’t going to let trends in the Android world dictate how it designs its phones. Both the Xperia T LT30p (Xperia TL LT30at) and the Xperia TX LT29i are gorgeously designed, standing out from the competition — thanks to their curved backs, 13 MP shooters, and gorgeous displays.

Both of these phones, however, also stand out for another reason. While a lot of competitors are producing quad-core beasts, these two Sony devices are equipped with dual-core processors. Does this mean that these phones have been left behind? The Xperia T is best known as the Bond phone, complete with a cameo appearance in Bond’s latest movie [...]

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Google Nexus 4 vs Sony Xperia T/TL

by: Dan EvansDecember 24, 2012

The Sony Xperia T LT30p (Xperia TL LT30at on AT&T in the U.S.) is a gorgeous device bearing Sony’s unique design, but Sony isn’t the only smartphone manufacturer out there that knows how to design a phone. The LG Optimus G was LG’s latest offering to the market, and it certainly did not disappoint either. Not only was it a powerful phone, it was quite attractive, as well, especially with its glittering backpanel.

With Google and LG’s collaboration to produce the Nexus 4 E960, you can now find a similarly beautiful glittering backpanel on the latest phone in the Nexus series. The Nexus 4 is a truly attractive phone, enough to match the Xperia [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Sony Xperia T/TL

by: Dan EvansDecember 24, 2012

It isn’t uncommon for Android devices to have reputations. The Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 is considered by many to be the King of Android phones, and with good reason. According to Samsung, it sold 30 million Galaxy S3 units during the first 150 days after the phone was released in May.

The Sony Xperia T LT30p (Xperia TL LT30at on AT&T in the U.S.), on the other hand, did not quite gain a reputation. Rather, Sony has attached James Bond’s name to the device. That’s right — Agent 007, man of charisma, charm, and exquisitely tailored suits, has his name attached to the Xperia T and even uses it for a few seconds in the latest Bond movie, [...]

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Apple iPhone 5 vs Sony Xperia T

by: Alvin YbañezDecember 8, 2012
Both the Apple iPhone 5 and the Sony Xperia T are great phones, but how do they fare against each other? What are their strengths and shortcomings? Which one you should pick up this holiday season? Find out in our post.
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Sony Xperia T review

by: Dan EvansDecember 7, 2012
Whether you love or hate the James Bond franchise, you can't deny that the movies inject a lot of pretty gadgets. One of them is the Sony Xperia T LT30p, marketed in the U.S. as the LTE-capable variant known as the Xperia TL LT30at. In this post, we take a closer look at the new dual-core Android phone from Sony, the Sony Xperia T LT30p, also known as the Xperia TL LT30at.
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Android 5.0.0. Key Lime Pie running on Sony LT30i apparently spotted in NenaMark benchmarks

by: Chris SmithNovember 19, 2012
Android 4.2 was made official only a few weeks ago, and it’s running officially only on a handful of Nexus-branded devices, so it’s definitely too early to talk about Google’s future Android version, which could very well be Android 5.0.0 that could be known to the world as Key Lime Pie.
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