When the Xperia ZL It reached the market, and even weeks before the two new Sony smartphones were presented, it came with an application that was used to calibrate the screen and configure the white balance. The flagship did not have this app. Well, now this application has been ported to the Sony Xperia Z, Xperia T, Xperia V and Xperia TX.
Actually the Sony Xperia Z already had a port that allowed to install the screen calibration application on the smartphone. And it is precisely in this port on which they have been based to create those corresponding to the Sony Xperia T, Sony Xperia V, and Sony Xperia TX, presented at the end of last year 2012. What is this application for? Surely you have ever compared a Samsung with an AMOLED screen, with an iPhone with an LCD screen. As you can see, one looks brighter and the other sharper. Also, one is bluish-white, and the other is duller. Well, this is precisely what we can do with the screen calibration application. We cannot choose between an AMOLED screen or an LCD, that is clear, but we can modify the color saturation, as well as the tonality, so that we can correct these options.
To install the screen calibration application we will have to take a few steps. On the one hand, you have to flash the corresponding files in zip folders in the memory of the smartphone, to install them later from the Recovery. Once this is done, we will have to place them in their corresponding directory, which vary depending on the smartphone, and then install a “mod” created by a developer. Obviously, it is necessary to be Root. You will find all the information in the XDA Developers forums.