Sony has announced the availability of an experimental version of Firefox OS for the Xperia E. Aimed at providing advanced developers with the operating system so that they can get a feel for it and offer feedback, the release is accompanied by a lengthy starter guide on installing to an Xperia E, as well as a quick history on the OS.
This version of the operating system is not intended to be used as an everyday platform, and has several limitations in place that would impede on its function in daily life. There’s no radio connectivity, meaning calls can’t be made. The SD card is unstable, and the touch sensitivity is not calibrated completely.
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