Xperia U loads extremely hard the call logs. Does anyone know how to fix the delay of the call logs, or the opening delay of apps.
The device is updated to ICS Android 4.0.4
Thank you in advance!
I contacted a sony shop for an update of ICS for my Xperia U..... I was being adviced not to update it.... plz help me bec I honestly hav no idea abt ICS's performance on xperia u.... plz help
Slajder, 30 Jan 2013Instead of testing silly things, you could flash the latest and the most stable version of ICS... moreIf you believe in a shit being a cake you are free do it! as i am also!
...but i repeat myself, the accuracy of camera processing (speed), the wi-fi stability of a connection on a windows 7 laptop from LAN (no interruptions also by bluetooth), and the noise cancellation function is BEST on Generic World...remember that are quite few versions of generic that do no good job...but this is only everybody's flash and luck...
The site i have downloaded this version of Gb i could not find it now but i kept the .ftf file...this was on 20 december 2012...
My phone is stil in my hands and not in the hands of the service gyus that did no good job in the first place...
Thank you and this may be my last reply to this kind of gogo-nuts discussions...
ASH008, 30 Jan 2013Go to settings->accessibility->turn off the reading feature... thank you!
anyone tell me how do set favorite wap sites Firefox home screen please.........
this phone is magical on gb...all of you guys got to experience its power in asphalt 7 and modern combat 4...
hey friends today i installed asphalt 7 heat on xperia u...its running buttery smooth with top notch graphics...it can put a galaxy s3 to shame...awesome phone from sony...thank you very much sony...
preet00765, 31 Jan 2013hey guys how I turn off its transparent light. ?Download the screen filter
mr,, 30 Jan 2013smooth?! but what about camera smoothness in very low light, or how you pretend 100% connectio... moreInstead of testing silly things, you could flash the latest and the most stable version of ICS there is... and than stop bitching around :)
I don't know what kind of person are you.. but in my case, if I'm not satisfied with my firmwire, I'll search the internet for solution and more stable firmwire... I won't test silly things on baggy version or searching for apps to do the job.
But, whatever... That's your problem, you can now continue testing stuff.
And yes, I have wifi at home...
Paul nixon, 30 Jan 2013Hey guyz is ther any advantage for ics?Yes sure ! I upgraded my Xperia U to ICS and i can say that there is some performance improvement and dont forget you will have access to the newest appz
should I flash my xu to 'ST25i_6.0.B.3.184' firmware?
got Vodafone .ftf and Croatia .ftf
don't understand which 1 should I'll be flashing!
mixa, 30 Jan 2013What do you mean?Camera is tweaked already in the build.prop and few modules.The images produc... morejust...forget it!
i have nothing to explain on someone who does not care about detailed perspective and shows that kind of superficial subjectivity...
mr., 29 Jan 2013tweak the camera performance by those you say...then you may be a champ of advising it, the A4... moreWhat do you mean?Camera is tweaked already in the build.prop and few modules.The images produced are quite nice for a 5MP.
Also in 0 (yes zero light) conditions with the led flash it still manages to produce a fair-enough images.
I really got no idea what problem you got with the camera of the XU ....
*HEY GUYS SONY XPERIA U NOT TO UPDATE JELLY BEAN SONY DEVELOPERS DECIDED PLEASE READ BELLOW
Stan SchroederDec 18, 2012
Sony revealed the Android 4.1 update schedule for its 2012 Xperia smartphones on Monday.
Sony Xperia T, Xperia TX and Xperia V will be getting the Jelly Bean update "during February and March," while Xperia P, Xperia J and Xperia go will be upgraded "from the end of March," according to Sony Mobile's official blog.
Finally, Xperia S, Xperia SL, Xperia ion and Xperia acro S will get the update in "subsequent weeks."
*Unfortunately for owners of the Xperia U, Xperia miro, Xperia tipo and Xperia sola, Sony has decided not to upgrade these devices beyond Android 4.0.
The company also said it will provide more information on special Sony Xperia Jelly Bean features "in the new year."
Xperia owners, do you plan to update your smartphones? Tell us in the comments below.
Image courtesy of Sony