Yep, downloaded and applied. Since then the tv actually switches itself off after a few hours of standby. So instead of switching on immediately it now takes a couple of minutes to go through the whole android startup process to come life if you don't turn it on every hour so. Obviously this process is accompanied by a pee taking commentary from the other half... Well done Sony!Did you see the patch for Oreo described at:
What tv are you talking about?so......first they use 3 years old SoC in a high end TV and than that 3k TV is not on a list for update.
Knowing SONYs "upadates" that also might be very positive thing if TV works as it should. But that's rarely the case this days.
On the other hand, AndroidTV is the only OS that gets upgraded at all.
|System on Chip or SoC||MediaTek MT5893|
|RAM Memory Size||4|
Hooray finally its official. The new firmware has been released as of today.Since the Z9F US version is in the update list, EU version ZF9 and the rest of the world should get Pie as well. Of course unless they discover something unusual from the US market. They are like our test bed 'guinea pigs'
Interestingly they have the same SoC as A9G but Z9F have 4GB Ram while A9G only 2.5GB.
System on Chip or SoC MediaTek MT5893 CPU ARM Cortex-A73 CPU Cores 4 CPU Frequency 1500 GPU ARM Mali-G71 RAM Memory Size 4 Internal Storage 16
A9G was taken out of Pie update. Infact, OLED models are taken out.
Tried to update my TV just now, but still nothing. Guess it may take a day or a few before it's up in the Netherlands.Hooray finally its official. The new firmware has been released as of today.
Wow ,I must say I wasn’t expecting this to be announced so quickly in the UK ,well done SonyHooray finally its official. The new firmware has been released as of today.