I want to access Sony Ericsson k700i filesystem and copy all files alongside with their original dates+time, but it does not work via bluetooth nor usb cable. Any other ideas?
I had one, it was the K700i model.
Found it way better than Nokia.
The BST-30 battery capacity was 700 mAh, if it matters.
Ive had the k700i for 15 yrs. Didnt use it past 11 yrs but pulled it out of the memory desk draw,charged battery and put in a spare sim with fingers crossed i started it. It works as good as the day i bought it. Congrats sony ericsson this is a legend
AnonD-14851, 25 Jul 2011please what is the mortality rate of the sony ericson k700.*facepalm* this is very cringy...
Anyway, is that really important for any phone for that matter?
It was Walpole, 18 Nov 2018You mean BST-30 and BST-35, right?yes
Catherine the Great, 06 Sep 2018What a weirdo! Can't you just use a BST-33 battery instead, like normal?You mean BST-30 and BST-35, right?
Legendary powerhouse of that time. Costed crazy money, but damn, that was real quality! Also the tennis game was addicting af.
From 2004 to 2018 it is currently my phone, i hope to continue to use it still for many years...
lol officially my first phone when I get into college. I played tennis game all day during class.
Oh man. This was so expansive when came out. My first Sony Ericsson phone. I loved it so much.