Posted on May 22 2015 - 12:53am by Anurag Kumar

Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update is now finally rolling on Xperia Tablet Z in the form of 10.6.A.0.454 build. Same build has also been spotted on Xperia Z, Xperia ZL and Xperia ZR. Sony has now finally updated its 2-year-old Xperia “Z” series to Lollipop update.

10.6.A.0.454 firmware is confirmed rolling on Xperia Tablet Z SGP311 in Taiwan, on SGP321 in Hong Kong and on SGP351 in USA region (not spotted on SGP312 yet ).

Xperia Tablet Z Lollipop Update

Xperia Tablet Z Lollipop update is now rolling via both OTA as well as PC Companion/XperiaFirm. OTA update size is 710.2 MB.

Xperia Tablet Z 10.6.A.0.454 OTA update

10.6.A.0.454 firmware Changelog as per Sony:

  • A fresh look based on Google’s Material Design.
  • Intelligent Lockscreen notifications and customizable settings.
  • Multi-user profile and guest mode.
  • Moves app to SD feature included.
  • New Media apps and material design themes.

Xperia Tablet Z Lollipop Screenshots 10.6.A.0.454 firmware

10.6.A.0.454 firmware screenshots

Download Xperia Tablet Z 10.6.A.0.454 ftf

Download 10.6.A.0.454 firmware ftf from below link and flash it using Flashtool. Flashing ftf steps here.

For Xperia Tablet Z SGP311, Taiwan Region

Download SGP311_10.6.A.0.454_Customized_TW.ftf

For Xperia Tablet Z SGP321, Taiwan Region

Download SGP321_10.6.A.0.454_Customized_TW.ftf

For Xperia Tablet Z SGP351, USA Region

Download SGP351_10.6.A.0.454_Customized_US.ftf

[ UPDATE 22/05/15 ] Xperia Tablet Z Lollipop 10.6.A.0.454 update is now available from XperiaFirm Tool also.


So, if you want to download  10.6.A.0.454 firmware from XperiFirm and flash it on your Xperia Tablet Z , use the below links (Below posted links have only tutorial, compatible with all Xperia handsets).

How to download Xperia Tablet Z 10.6.A.0.454 Lollipop firmware using XperiFirm tool?

How to flash Xperia Tablet Z 10.6.A.0.454 Lollipop firmware ftf using Flashtool?

[ UPDATE 23/05/15] How to root Lollipop 10.6.A.0.454 firmware on Xperia Z? – Tutorial available

Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, and Xperia ZR users check the link below to update their handset on Android Lollipop.

Xperia Z Lollipop 10.6.A.0.454 firmware rolling – Android 5.0.2 Update

Xperia ZL Lollipop 10.6.A.0.454 firmware rolling – Android 5.0.2 Update

Xperia ZR Lollipop 10.6.A.0.454 firmware rolling – Android 5.0.2 Update

Have you got 10.6.A.0.454 firmware update on your Xperia Tablet Z, let us know? Drop your comments below.

Image Credits: ryany67 (XDA) | Ftfs by dogsly (XDA)

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  1. Darek May 26, 2015 at 4:14 pm - Reply

    I’ve already update firmware – in my Xperia Tablet Z (SGP321) to Lollipop. I’ve had a problem updating with the Flashtool. When I update, as described above, Flashtool reported error and after all tablet will not start – it was in Bootloop mode.
    It helped to upload firmware once more – with unchecked UNKNOWN segment in in the “exclude”.
    After this tablet run almost normally – WI-FI did not work, but it work after all!!!.
    I’ve had to use PC Companion to fix the device – although removes all user data. I use the backup to restore my user data and settings.
    At the moment everything is OK. In addition to the new firmware – customization changed to “Customized HK”

    Yours sincerely

    Jestem już po aktualizacji firmware w swoim Xperia Tablet Z (SGP321) do Lollipop. Miałem problem z aktualizacją przez program Flashtool. Polegał on na tym, że podczas aktualizacji Flashtool zgłaszał błąd i tablet się nie uruchamiał – był w trybie Bootloop.
    Pomogło wgranie firmware z odznaczoną opcją wgrania segmentu UNKNOWN w sekcji “exclude”.
    Po tym tablet się uruchamiał w miarę normalnie – nie działało WI-FI, ale w ogóle działał!!!. Musiałem, przy użyciu programu PC Companion, naprawić urządzenie usuwając przy tym dane użytkownika. Przy użyciu kopii zapasowej można było potem przywrócić ustawienia.
    Na tą chwilę wszystko jest OK. Oprócz firmware zmieniła się kustomizacja na “Customized HK”.

    Pozdrawiam serdecznie

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