Battery backup is too poor & it has got a
bad camera but the look & the touchscreen facility is ultimate.
screen is too large but a good keypad nice phone for the younger generation
screen is too big but the features are very good,keypad is ok all in all a very good handset for the younger generation
Nearly 6mnths using this p910,..and i fully utilize it like my own pc,.no problem at all and no need support from se service center..just enjoy with 3party software..greatphone se. :-)
Photos and videos can be seen in full screen?
or is there a software who can do this?
Hey guys, I had some difficulties with my p910 and i lost quicksheet and quickword. I did the master reset but it didn't bring them back, is there any other way to fix this? Does anyone know where I can download them(full version)? Thanks
i am usin p910 for about 2 years now mostly professional and i am very satisfied with its operation . i took off the keyboard , so i use only the touchscreen , and i installed an 512 mb mc . thouhg its filled almost up (about 95 % for mc , and 40 % for phone memory) i have no problems with bluetooth or infrared connections ,sending and receiving all kinds of data (video's , mp3 , amr, 3gp...) . my occupation is that kind (technician) that i loaded the mc with pdfs around my job over 420 mb and i have no problem even with pictures and drawings in the pdfs
Although the phone is quite big, I still find its design very business-like and appropriate. The sound is great and I am having fun using my music as message alert tone. I just have problem synchronizing this with my computer. It just doesnt work well.
hey just wanna ask you guys if this P910i is compatible with a sony 2gb high speed pro duo? it says here that its max is limited to a 1gb stick only. those of you who are using a 2gb mem stick kindly post your feedbacks please.
the best choice is to use Sman. My battery life is about 5 days (i have set brightness to 20% and closed apps with Sman every time) many claimed that the battery life it's too short (1-2 days) which i do not agree. i think it's a good handset, better than 7710
i'm using this device for 3 weeks and i think it's worth it. i had a problem with it once: i used Taskman(big mistake) and closed "Phone" application; my mobile closed instantly and when i tried to open it, it became unusable, did not start and only showed the sony-err logo. i had to resoft it at a service and cost me money. TO ALL YOU, DO NOT CLOSE "PHONE" APP IN TASKMAN OR TRACKER.
am about to obtain a p910 - how compatible is it with apple - ie. isync?
please i'm about to buy p910i please can any one inform me if the phone has fm radio and is the phone of quality
sorry i cant help you on that. i paid for mine and its worth it.
i have problems connecting with other devices using bluetooth. here's some info on what ive tried.
for pc usb or built in bluetooth.use either use toshiba bluetooth stack/microsoft bluetooth stack or windcom stack.
for other phones besides SE.
try pairing them up first and see if you still have some memory left on both devices.
if you still having problems sending or receiveng thru bluetooh. try backing up your device. and try reseting SE p910.
btw theres a firmware ive heard about re: SE p900 it can convert the firmware p900 too p910 firmware, theres one problem in that you cannot use your bluetooth option anymore.
i use smartmovie for encoding avi's.
isa the chic
i totally agree with you its much faster that way. but you can buy a usb 2.0 MS reader for $12 that is without the MS adapter so you need to shell out another $7 for it. you can buy them @ outpost.com
for trasferring files, videos, pictures, music, games, etc from the pc to p910 and vice versa, the best medium is a CARD READER. i have encountered no problems with a card reader and u can easily detect if there are any viruses in a certain file. a card reader costs only around 35 dollars. the price is very worth it. i don't use my usb cradle anymore.