Can u please explane me that thing for the brightness more easy because i coudnt understand nothing of that
which gives troubleshooting-FAQ for DCU-11 and finally how you can contact Sony Ericsson Support if this does not sort out your problems.
i love SE k300i ,it's the best phone ever. but i have a problem with the USB cable DCU-11 ,after installing the Phone Monitor from the CD that came with cable i connect the phone to the PC but nothing happens except one messaje that says USB SERRIAL CONTROLLER ,what the f..k is that !!!! please help me . because i don't know what to do any more to solve this problem !! please send me an email to email@example.com ..
Mp3 is an audio format, the way a meolody is compressed digitally.
Polyphony is the number of tones the synthesizer can play at the same time.
MP3 has nothing to do with polyphony i guess.
Try without installing SW.
If it doesn't work, google up the brand which has done the IR port and see if they have the SW there
hey i got IR port from some one ..
do i need a s/w too for using it ?? can i get it on net .. if yes then plz mail me the link at mr.meer AT gmail DOT com
The number of polyphonic channels is, you could say, "resolution" of sound. It has nothing to do with loudness. I would for example challende someone to try to hear the difference between 40 and 54 channels - one must be a very good listener for this!
The difference you have heard is clearness and loudness of one song. It might be that the Nokia you refer to has better acoustics (for example better loudspeaker, more cubic mm3, less leakage) as such (I don't know - I don't own Nokia); it might also be that the song you transfered has properties that sound better on the Nokia. All mobile phones are a bit limited in their acoustic performance and therefore different songs can sound quite different when compared between phones.
Hello, therez a question in my mind now . This K300i is 40 channels polyphonic , & Nokia 6600 is 24 channels.
but when I transfered a song in mp3 from my k300i to that nokia 6600, on nokia 6600 the song was clear & v much loud as compared to my mobile, whats the reason for it ?
Although that nokia 6600 is 24 channels & this se k300 is 40 channels.
Hello there. Alright I donno where or how to start my comment on this K300 serie.
Anyway, just bought it and been using it for 1 week. Shall say this is quite a good yet user friendly phone. Because I'm all time Nokia user but now it's consider like a sudden-switch-over to this Ericsson...so u get what I mean eh? ;)
I'm just a mild caller & SMS user so the battery is consider not bad which able to last for 4 1/2 days and I think this is not bad already.
Overall, this phone is suit for those who're not a choosy user nor having a high expectation. It has almost all the important things for a normal mobile user to bring along daily.
Only disadvantages are the screen is abit small. Should have follow the T630's screen size at least then this phone will be almost perfect ! ;) And also there's not bluetooth on this phone which I think it's abit hassle to transfer or receive files from each another.
If you only want to send over pictures now and then - IR Port for PC
If you often synchronize your calender - cable
hey .. i went to shop today ; they offered :
IR Port for PC for Rs.190-/
and Cable for Rs.450-/
what shud i go for ??
K300i is by far the best phone you can buy if you compare price to performance:
The Philips 535 has space for 300 phone nymbers, K300 has space for 500. The Philips 535 has 1,5 Mb space, the K300 has between 10-12 Mb. Standby time up to 230 hours in Philips, up to 300 in K300. Philips has 16 tones polyphony, K300 has 40. Philips has no java support which severely limits the amount of games you can download. Philips does not have video. K300 does. The Philips cannot use mp3 or wav file as call signal, K300 can.
The Motorola C650 has standby time of 200 hours, K300 has 300 hours. Motorola has 2 MB free space, K300 has 10-12. The Motorola has no IR, which means it's more dificult to get pictures/melodies to your PC. Motorola has 24 tones polyphony, K300 has 40. Motorola can only show video not take video; K300 can do both. Motorola has no additional memory for SMS, you can only use SIM-card’s memory, that's it.
i have had this fone for t6wo weeks it is the best but probleb no bluetooth and 12mb but great sony erricsson
go to any PC store where they can help you regarding IR port for PC - this should not be a problem. It works with several different laptops I have used.
1) one cannot transfer sms messages from the phone to the computer
2) please read (!) further down on how to transfer files - use mms, IR or cable!
You are correct; one can also use amr files as call signals with this phone - when one records sounds with the phone they turn out in amr format!
I asked about the IR port for PC .. i kno its present in mobile .. but i need one on pc too for connectivity .. so i was asking:
IR port for PC - price n performance ?
cable - price for company's and local's .. does local work ok ??
thanks in advance..
Does anyone know how to transfer sms messages from the phone to the computer?
Does anyone know how to transfer files from the phone onto the computer?
Can we use amr files as a call signal in this phone?
You can make your own ringtone by using the function "MusicDJ" in the phone or by sending ringtones via IR/MMS/cable to the phone in midi or mp3 format. You cannot set other message alert tones than the ones installed in the phone.
Yes, you can send stuff back and forth between K300 and a computer. Photos, melodies, themes, games etc, provided that these items allow you to forward them on (digital rights management).
it should work ... can you still see the photos on the person's profile? Are the photos still available on the phone memory? When you assign the photo to a person's profile you are "only" setting up the link. The photo must still remain in the memory...