Samantha · Mar 3, 2013 at 10:00 pm

Mods Collection For The Xperia P, U, Go, and Sola

Installing multiple essential mods on a device that’s been constantly reflashed with a fresh new ROM can be cumbersome and tedious. You run the risk of finding yourself with the dreaded bootloop if you forgot one simple step in the installation process. On top of this, the whole process is extremely time consuming, on many occasions taking up hours of your time. To help alleviate this, XDA Recognized Contributor Pandemic presents ST Octane Settings for the Xperia P, U, Go and Sola.

ST Octane Settings is a collection of useful mods for the Xperia P, U, Go and Sola, all packaged into one simple and flashable zip file. The pack includes mods such as Jelly Bean switches, Quick panel, On Screen Buttons as well as settings to turn them on and off, CPU Control, and location-based WiFi. Installation is relatively straightforward, requiring the user to flash the provided zip file through ClockworkMod recovery, however Small Apps must be installed prior to the installation of ST Octane Settings. Pandemic also has a mod pack for the Xperia S and Ion under the same name, and Xperia Arc, Arc S and Neo called Xperia Go Settings offering similar modifications, all wrapped up and presented in the same, singular zip file.

If you’re running stock Ice Cream Sandwich and you’re interested, make sure to check out the original thread for the Xperia P, U, Go and Sola, here for the Xperia S and Ion, or here if you have the Arc and Arc S, or here if you have the Neo.

 


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