Sony Ericcson, 18 Feb 2009hi frekdolev, i have follow the method u told me, the warning message is not pop up anymore bu... moresony ericsson
wireless network configuration
tap>Yuen 1988 Available
network name:(Yuen 1988)
connect to:(internet settings)
tap next>tap finished to exit.
i was wondering which phone to get
Xperia X1 or HTC Fuze or Iphone or Nokia N97?????
frekdolev, 18 Feb 2009to sony ericsson
tap today>settngs>connection then tap wifi>wireless network configuration,ex... morehi frekdolev, i have follow the method u told me, the warning message is not pop up anymore but stil cannot connect to the internet, my network name is Yuen1988. the Configure Wireless Networks show as this:
Yuen 1988 Available
Network to access:
Only access points
Wiressless/ Network Adapters Tab
please tell me wht have i done wrong, i have done wht u told althought the warning does pop up now but stil cant connect to my house router.
Sony Ericsson, 17 Feb 2009i got my sony ericson today from ebay, which is used. i try to connect the X1 to the internet ... moreto sony ericsson
tap today>settngs>connection then tap wifi>wireless network configuration,ex.neatgear, then tap menu> select modify,>>nerwork name-netgear>>connect to,just select,>internet settings,>next(autentication,just select,>WPA2-PSK>crittography-just select-AES,then type passkey if your network has protected key,then next>tap finished to exit the manual configuration.then the wifi is connect automatically
William, 17 Feb 2009By chance , which phone would be better the Xperia 1 or the Nokia N97???William,
"By chance , which phone would be better the Xperia 1 or the Nokia N97???"
Well, what's "by chance" about it?
Anyway, the first thing I'd like to say when comparing these two phones is... the X1 is already in the market, in fact it's been there for a few months now. And where is N97? I haven't seen it in the store yet. Should I have gone to the other store? Well, there wont have been any luck. Why so? It's just that the N97 has not been released yet. So what's the point in comparing two phones which are months apart in their release dates. Even 6 months is a long time in this fast paced consumer electronics sector.
Secondly, because the N97 hasn't hit the stores yet, no one can actually give you their opinion of it based on real experience. So the option for you is to just compare the specs on both the phones. That's what anybody else would be doing when they reply to your query.
i got my sony ericson today from ebay, which is used. i try to connect the X1 to the internet throught my netgear router. after i enter the right network key, it warning message pop up and say that
"Cannot connect to the network. check your network and service provider setting anf try again"
any1 know what wrong with it? the main reason i buy this phone is to access internet anywhere in my house but now i cnt use it!!! i hope some1 who know plz help meeeee. thnxxxx
By chance , which phone would be better the Xperia 1 or the Nokia N97???
What are the best trusted websites to download progs and panels to the X1 ?
I have bought one - it's a very good phone - i love it - and i was about to pay loads to have it unlocked - but first i have tried another SIM - i bought it on Vodafone from Phones4U - and i`ve tried an O2 SIM - it's working!!
It's FREE :)) Yess!
I`m saying this for all of you that buy this phone and try everything to unlock it - just try another SIM first - some guys just take your money for nothing ...
chris, 17 Feb 2009This goes 4 the people that curently use this phone.
Does the x1 recognise hand writing, for ... moreHi Chris,
Yes, X1 does have handwriting recognition and it works fine. It's the standard Winmo feature.
I dont understand what you mean by 'real GPS'. Yes, it does have GPS. However, you do not get any navigation software pre-installed on it. You can install TomTom (which is what I did, and it works fine). Or you can try WayFinder (You get a month's free trial). I think you can get some sort of navigation on Google Maps too using the built-in GPS, but you wont get voice commands.
The battery is rated at 1500mAH. That's the highest I've seen in any mobile phone. But I'm not sure how much of wifi and camera you use per day. I'm assuming wifi is not kept on all day... 'coz if you did that on the X1, I think it wont take too long to drain the battery completely. But otherwise, I find it adequate. I do a lot of txt'ing and emailing and listening to the radio while at work, so mine lasts only a day. If I use it only for voice calls for an hour each day, I think it'll last for 4 days.
Anyway, it's a good idea to keep a car charger or a spare mains charger at work. Maybe smartphone manufacturers should include two chargers in their retail pack :-)
Thor, 17 Feb 2009well the facts still show pro2 has much bigger screen(couse screen size you notice the space i... moreYes, I would give you that - just 7mm extra width on this widescreen display actually does add quite a bit in terms of area. 34sq.cm compared to the existing 24sq.cm. That's about 40% more.
The angular X1 or the curvy TP2? This is your choice to make.
People pleae help me!!!!!!!
I live in Moldova, but my XPERIA is made in Taiwan. What kind of firmware should i download from link http://rapidshare.com/users/ENCD8L? There are a lot of them and i'm not sure which one i need.
And how to install them on my Xperia .
I'm waiting for your answer. THANK YOU.........
Ray UK, 17 Feb 2009Thor,
Agreed that the Touch Pro 2 is the same thickness as X1, but where did you find that ... morewell the facts still show pro2 has much bigger screen(couse screen size you notice the space in mm^2), so only 7mm wider screen giver 50% more screen space. So i say a little bigger phone, for much bigger screen.
And before you bash me, i am thinking again of buying X1, not pro2. Will be abaut a week when i make final decision. Couse i agreen wih you it depend on user, somone wan't bigger screen with bigger phonw, and some want it smaller.
I much prefer wider screen like E90, so you have 4" screen which is muuuch wider than 3.6" of pro2, even though it is only little bigger. So i can see more web page.
But wm only support 16:10 and not wider...
The thing is in almost all tasks screen size doesn't matter, but it doen in browsing.
Quite hard chic for me actualy, but see X1 is square, while pro2 is quite oval, so actualy pro2 mihgh yust be less bulky, to have in pocket. I realy don't want it to look like now with E90 in my pcket, which is 21mm thoc, so X1/pro2 are only 4mm thinnerr... I realy must find someone with X1 finaly and put it in pocket, hell i am used to walk without any bags oround, so i must have it in pocket. Imagine me with E90 in disco :P, but noone realy notices if they on't look closely, so i still cal Nokia E90 pockatable :P
If pro2 had any new feature from X1, i would w8 it, but now it has even worsa camera, realy if it had like nvoidoia APX 2500 procesor inside i would buy it without a thought.
But i am not some rich kid that has every mobile, i but it every 2 years, so i rely hate how nvidia tegra just hasn't arived yet....
This goes 4 the people that curently use this phone.
Does the x1 recognise hand writing, for example when u text a sms instead of using the digits write the words down on the touch screen with the stilus. I ve seen this feature on an older model of SE.
Does it have a real gps feature, or u have to pay like when using nokia maps?
And one other thing, tell me about the battery. I currently use nokia N95 8G, but if u use wi fi, camera and u speak about 1, 1 and 1/2 hour per charge, it will not last more than 2 days. I would like to leave the charger at home from time to time when i go out 4 a few days.
Thanx in advance.
Thor, 17 Feb 2009lool, haven't you time to look touch pro 2 specs before you comment. X1 has too much space le... moreThor,
Agreed that the Touch Pro 2 is the same thickness as X1, but where did you find that the length is the same? X1 is 110mm where as the TP2 is 116mm. So it's 6mm longer. I did check out the specs before I wrote my previous comment. Did you?
And as you say it's 7mm wider.
Now, do you remember the Pythogoras Theorem from early school years? Do your math before you post your comments. May you've forgotten basic mathematics, so lemme just tell you this... a 16x9 widescreen 3" screen will have a width of about 37mm, and that of a 3.6" widescreen display will be 44mm. So that's 7mm - the difference between the width of the X1 and the TP2. So what's the big deal? TP2 has a put in bigger screen in a chasis that is wider & longer than the X1's.
So as I suggested before, why dont you wait for a 5" display on a 70mm wide phone?
Or if you prefer a 3.4" screen on a phone smaller than X1, take my other suggestion... design your own phone - 'coz the poor people at SE are not capable enough. Maybe you are!
Bottomline - I think the X1 is an excellent device. Different people have different reasons for not liking it. But your's seems the most ridiculous and unjustified 'coz on one hand you'd like 3.4" screen on a phone smaller than X1, but u're still happy to carry around a heavier device that is 6mm longer & 7mm wider than the X1. Seems like you're just trying to find excuses not to buy the X1, for whatever reasons (Maybe it's a case of "sour grapes"). Anyway, do yourself a favour - Dont buy it. I dont own SE, in fact I dont even have their stocks. So I dont really care.
Sunny, 17 Feb 2009Can someone please tell me how the hell can i forward messages in the X1?Click on reply and you will see the forward tab there.
Sunny, 17 Feb 2009Can someone please tell me how the hell can i forward messages in the X1?menu-reply-forward it's not rocket science
Lynette, 17 Feb 2009Ray UK
What do YOU personally think about the X1? Would you recommend it to a man or women?... moreRay UK
What do YOU personally think about the X1? Would you recommend it to a man or women? And have you hade any problems with your X1?
You already have a quick response to your query from Tasha. Now, are you ready for my detailed opinion...
I have to admit that there are shortcomings in X1 (just like there are on any other phone). But while it's not perfect (and I guess no phone can be), it is, in my opinion, the best overall package (at least for me)
You have to bear in mind that any particular phone can not be the most suited, the best phone for everyone out there. Otherwise, you'll only see that model of the phone in all shops, no other :-)
My point is that everyone has different reasons to buy a phone - different features, looks, cost, ease of use. The iPhone 3G is supposed to be one of the best smartphones today. But there are problems with it too like you cant cut-paste text and I think you cant have multiple apps running at the same time (which is strange to me, but that's what I read somewhere). Also I write emails and sms quite a bit, so the lack of a hardware keyboard was an issue - in fact the main issue. I liked the specs on the Samsung Omnia and checked it at a store before getting the X1, just to try out the on-screen keyboard, but I wasn't impressed. Otherwise the Omnia was a good choice with it's bigger screen and good built-in memory. Actually, I wasn't too keen on getting the X1 before, thinking that with a slide-open qwerty keyboard, it's gonna be very big. But at the store, I found how wrong I was. The X1 is more compact than my previous P1i, it's actually about the same size as a Nokia N82, and only slightly bigger than the K800i. And my silver version looks very posh and suave :-)
Regarding the ease of use, again iPhone is supposed to be quite good. Nokia phones using Symbian S60 are not bad either. My wife has the Nokia N82 which is a great phone - good features esp the camera with xenon flash. But she feels quite lost when trying to use my X1. I have to admit, Winmo isn't all that user friendly. But the panels on X1 make it somewhat finger friendly and easy to use (for common tasks).
Continuing on the ease of use - If you wanted to do something quickly without sliding open the hardware keyboard, you would feel that the standard Winmo on-screen keyboard is quite small, so you'd have to use the stylus. But I installed the Resco keyboard and that's solved the issue. It's very nice and responsive, and has bigger keys that can be used with fingers (much like iPhone's). Of course I prefer the hardware keyboard if I'm writing a long-ish sms/email.
Now, about problems I've had with my X1. Only one really. Soon after getting my X1, I installed the TouchFlo 3D interface (which is the standard interface on HTC Touch Diamond and some other recent HTC phones). While I quite liked the interface, it made my phone really unstable. It would hang every now and then, and I couldn't use the power button to switch it off. Only way was to take out the battery or press the microswitch to reset (which was also hidden under the back cover). So anyway, after a few days of trial, I removed the TF3D and all was well again. I did install another version of TF3D after a few weeks (Thanks to Indra to point me to the 'good' files), and now this panel works fine. If you dont wanna mess around too much, I'd recommend you stay with the standard panels that SE provides on the X1 or the other officially supported ones that you can download from their website - like SPB Mobile, Facebook, etc. I also installed PointUI Home 2 last weekend, and that's a nice one too - good speed and touch response.
So to sum up... If you've had some experience with Winmo (or Windows Pocket PC), either on a smartphone or on a PDA - and found it alright... you'll definitely like the X1. If this will be your first time using Winmo/PPC, maybe it'll be a good idea to play around a little bit at a store (better even if some friend has the X1) before you decide to buy one. But on the flip side, if you're not scared of technology and dont mind experimenting to learn your ways on this Winmo device, go for it.
Hope this helps