I own one for more than 2 years and I'm very satisfied with it. Bluetooth is surely a "must have" nowadays - but it wasn't 2 or 3 years ago (for gods sake... it's an entry level walkman phone!).
It's an excellent phone for the price I payed for it.
tis the wrst phone i ever used its camera is poor so its display .I think the desingrs are nuts for not givin bluetooth.i jus changed it 2 wks.And moreover its resale value is worst .SO frnds dont get cheated by buyin this phone if u get better ones with blue tooth and same fns for same price
So your phone got corrupted after a sync with the PC? Well, the possibilities are:
1. You disconnected your phone before the sync was finished
2. Your computer became unstable during the sync (causing a freeze etc)
3. Power cut...?
Trying using the computer Sony Ericsson Update service and try reinstalling your firmware. If your phone isn't working as it is (eg, laggy, not starting and the rest), get it reflashed from a tech.
hopeless charging facility...needed to buy 7 chargers till now...and 2 headsets...it gets loose connected evry now n den...and screen gets scratched easily...also the picture quality not so good...
It is too good phone.bat it has a problem,when u on your camara the clarity of camera is good,but when u capture it the pic. was pixilated.Otherwise this phone is very good.
I just bought this phone. It will be here in a few more days. I am so excited! I came here to read opinions about this phone, but I cannot understand most of the post. The funny thing is that I am an avid text messenger and though I recognize most of the abbreviations they don't seem to make sense when put into the context of the sentences. I wonder if it would be a more effective form of communication if everyone would only use text lingo when texting?
It is a decent phone. I had mine for just over 2 years, but no problems with anything to report. I am quite keen on switching over to Aino about after a month after its release though. Just want something that will do well in all fronts (media managment, camera, and phone). Just would like full touch support...
well my fons gt probs wt the joystic.. its nt been an year since i boughtit/.. also the keypads havin probs .. the initial sound clarity tht it offered seem to b fadin now...d screen gets scratched easily. the accessoried r f poor quality.. so far i havnt heard ny1 sain good comments abt w200i... my fons white with blue flower design/ so it kinda looks cute.. :)
Anyone experiencing problems with the network signal strength?
Mine does go down till the color of the network icon at he top changes to orange and would come back to normal within some seconds...
Am not sure it's from my Mobile Company because other people on other type of sony ericsson phones are not experiencing such problems. They have full network strength.
wall u wer rit abt sony wlkman,a frnd of min hav 1,da incdible bass it prducz i havnt xprncd yet.but as i tld i wud rthr prfr my w200 2 do da job 4 me....well i askd 4 ur sbjcts coz i was wndrng if u got da sam as i may b v wud shar n xchng sm knoldg,.
I might add that HPM-82 compatibility will depend on the firmware you are using. For example, my W200 was an imported phone - it wasn't available at retail stores here in New Zealand when I got it (came out about a year later). As a result, my W200 doesn't have software vodafone branding. From what I have seen from friends who have the vodafone versions of W200, they don't seem to support HPM-82, which leads me to believe that different firmware may or may not support the use of HPM-82.
I don't use many java apps. I downloaded some from the SE site (eg world clock, which the W200 seems to lack by default). Downloading apps from random sites can brick your phone, so take caution.
well as u said i aslo JST want a mobile to fulfil my muzc nedz instd of having 3,4 devicz.wel i thnk i vl go wth hpm-82 as ths hdphon being prazd on many forums.dud also tell me som uzful jar app 4 ths fone.
WELLL BRAVO N CONGRATES 4 ur Ph.D,do u mind if i ask 4 ur sbjcts. . . .
You will have to fork out a bit of money to get decent sound from earphones. I am a audiophile myself, and have always rejected music devices that don't have customizable equalisers. You should be looking at earphones which have 13.5mm and larger drivers - they should give you enough bass. I know Sony sells some earphones to that spec (though they are not Sony Ericsson branded, meaning they are quite long in length). You can also get BOSE ones, but they are considerably expensive. In my case, my sony video walkman came with the noise-cancelling 13.5mm unit driver in-earphones. Although they work on only the video walkman, the sound quality is the BEST that I have heard on a music device (personally, better than BOSE)
Try studying for a PhD mate... You'll get the idea.
well actually i m a muzc adict n wana lstn to muzc wth gr8 BASS n clrity,so sugst me da bst hdphons.n by da way wht sort of uni u r stdyng in whch oprats at nit 9PM.....
srk, 06 Jul 2009hy 5ushi if u chk out SE websit,u cant find w200 in da list of mobilz cmpatibl wth hpm-82,so h... moreI remember back in late 2007, Sony Ericsson's old global phone and accessory portfolio site said that W200i supported the HPM-82, which is why I bought it (if I knew it wasn't compatible, I wouldn't have bought it). I just checked out their new global site and it seems that the HPM-82 isn't even there anymore.
Having gotten used to high-end noise-cancelling in-earphones, I find that the HPM-82 in-earphones are quite uncomfortable and sound really crap for me now (when compared to a few years back). That is why I use HPM-62 earphones, since I find those actually have slightly better sound quality (from my personal opinion). That, plus I commute on the bus to and from work and university, and it is alot safer knowing and hearing things around you instead of hearing nothing but music (especially when you are out and about at 9pm at night).