AP, 29 May 2012what should i do for my xperia arc s phone update? the mobile purchase from LONDON by my frie... moreJust go to sonyericsson store ur phone will be updated in four hundred bucks. I got my arc s updated two weeks ago.
kamruzzaman, 29 May 2012my xperia neo mt15i SI number in the list, but I can't update my phone. pc companion shows you... moresame here..maybe we'll have to wait a little...btw where did u get the phone from?
is anyone updated xperia pro(not officialy) to ics ?
is any lag !!!
what should i do for my xperia arc s phone update?
the mobile purchase from LONDON by my friend.
what happened if i update the phone in india.
please tell me the true answer
PLAY user, 29 May 2012stop saying except PLAY..... it kinda hurt a bit..... felt like being discriminated.... lolLOL...
I updated my Xperia Neo V.. it slowed my phone :(
Now hardly 60-70 MB of ram is free without any active application running.......
Well, until a few minutes back I was planning to get an Xperia Arc in the near future. After going through various users' opinions that their phones have become too laggard after updating to ICS, I'm having second thoughts. I kinda prefer Xperia Arc to Xperia U as the former has a 4.2' display, but, I must say I'm being coerced in getting an Xperia U instead of Xperia Arc.
yowanvista, 29 May 2012Still with kernel 2.6? Shouldn't ICS be 3.0.X?3.0.X aka honeycomb is for tablets only.
i use xperia play,i use modded ics beta rom found on xda,smoothness everyday :)
xcept issues with games,the play even not need official ics update :)
my xperia neo mt15i SI number in the list, but I can't update my phone. pc companion shows your phone is up to date. I'm from Bangladesh.
I genuinely, genuinely don't think single core phones can handle ICS whatever the manufacturer...
And this isn't all the manufacturer's fault...
I applaud Sony, HTC, Sammy, etc. for promising to update, but sometimes they can't keep these promises because they don't know exactly what they're upgrading their handsets to...
I recently downgraded from a GS2 to an Xperia Play (I always fancied one, and thought for the last few months of my contract, why not give it a whirl..)
Although the controller is amazing, love the chunky build too...
It's severely lacking in processing power, storage, screen brightness, etc. and after having a GS2 it's like going back 5 years in terms of phone speed..
And I guess the others in the range (neo / arc / etc.) are of a similar spec...
I would probably suggest everyone who has a phone from 2011 that isn't at least a dual-core not to upgrade to ICS...
On the plus side, it'll make my new Nexus (or whatever I get) in December feel like a phone from 2020!
how about my xperia arc?didnt update yet..when will I xpect that my phone will update to ICS>?
yeah there are known issues about the slowness after ics update. but try this, connect to pc companion, select update then choose repair phone. it made mine feel much better
Anonymous, 29 May 2012make it plus one.... i don't really care about the ICS, since it seems like there's a lot of i... moreYep there are issues with ICS right now even my Neo V cant handle the pressure,most play users dont understand that and kept whinning to get ICS,but once they get it...BOOM,Complains none stop.at least your the one that understand that GB is a better option.