abuSamawi, 21 Dec 2010this must be the ugliest phone i have ever seen~!You probably should get your eyes tested!
abuSamawi, 21 Dec 2010this must be the ugliest phone i have ever seen~!you must have no taste to say that. o_O
its by far one of the best looking feature phones.
kid XXX, 20 Dec 2010i think i'm gonna charge the phone when it reaches 50%-20&,is it good..??another thing,do ... moreYes, it's still fine - 20% - or you can use the capacity until it drains to its critical capacity, some say it is 5% left when it reached its critical capacity. If you let the battery thru its critical capacity, it needs about half an hour after you plug the charger to start charging.
PS. You also asked about the latest firmware, I think it is R1HA035 if I remember correct, there was the newer one R1HA036, but later SE has removed it from their site. Sorry if this info might be incorrect or already outdated.
Anonymous, 20 Dec 2010Yes, for initial charge purpose only, after that is up to you when you decide to charge the ba... morei think i'm gonna charge the phone when it reaches 50%-20&,is it good..??another thing,do u think i must use the phone till the battery is empty after fully charge or not..??is it safe..?
kid XXX, 20 Dec 2010so,wht do u mean is charge the phone every time it reaches 50%..??Yes, for initial charge purpose only, after that is up to you when you decide to charge the battery, coz after a proper initial charge the battery life should be much longer and you can get the benefit of it (use the phone longer until the battery goes empty).
kid XXX, 20 Dec 2010so anonymous, i must charge the phone when its 50% forever or only few weeks after bought the ... moreONE WEEK of initial charging would be enough to maximise the battery life. 50% to start recharging means @ medium usage eg 30 min call, 30 min internet, 1 hour gaming etc etc.. it takes a day to drain the battery 50%. Less is okay, but I said 50% so you remember to charge it frequently
3G can make video call, video streaming...
Anonymous, 20 Dec 2010*correction: (first 3-7 days) and 1 more thing,that's it..??the difference between 3G and GSM..??only call quality n internet,data transfer speeds..??is there anything that the 3G network have that the GSM network does'nt have..??sorry if i ask too much..??please reply,thnks in advance.. :)
Anonymous, 20 Dec 2010*correction: (first 3-7 days) so anonymous, i must charge the phone when its 50% forever or only few weeks after bought the phone..??
kid XXX, 20 Dec 2010and 1 more thing anonymous,if i disable 3g it uses GSM right..??if i turn on 3g it uses both 3... moreCharge the battery frequently in the first few days or a week after buying the phone. This is useful to calibrate the battery so it can use the maximum capacity to the fullest. Lets say in this period of initial charging (first 3-7 weeks), do charging when the battery capacity is 50% left, stop charging when the battery is 100% full. No need to turn off the phone while charging, but I recommend to restart the phone every day.
Sony Ericsson phones use both GSM and 3G networks when you select GSM/3G networks. Between GSM and 3G, regarding voice call quality 3G is better because it supports AMR-WB technology aka HD Voice. Only two SE phones support this technology - Elm and Hazel. And overall 3G is faster in data transfering compare with GPRS/EDGE
Anonymous, 20 Dec 2010Maximising battery performance ~Charge your phone often. The battery lasts longer if you ch... moreand 1 more thing anonymous,if i disable 3g it uses GSM right..??if i turn on 3g it uses both 3g and GSM or only 3g..??another thing is,which is better..?? 3G or GSM..??or both 3G and GSM..??
Anonymous, 20 Dec 2010Maximising battery performance ~Charge your phone often. The battery lasts longer if you ch... morehey anonymous,u say that charge the the phone frequently,so how frequent..??every day..??N how many hours i must charge..??
kid XXX, 20 Dec 2010hey all,i wanted to know how to optimised battery life..??i already disable all running applic... moreMaximising battery performance
~Charge your phone often. The battery lasts longer if you charge it frequently.
~If you are in an area with no coverage, your phone repeatedly scans for available networks. This consumes power. If you cannot move to an area with better coverage, turn off your phone temporarily.
~Turn off 3G, Bluetooth™ wireless technology, any active Wi-Fi™ connection, and GPS when you do not need these functions.
~Do not cover the phone antenna when you are engaged in a call.
Go to http://www.sonyericsson.com/support to learn more about how to maximise the battery performance.
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hey all,i wanted to know how to optimised battery life..??i already disable all running application,turn off wifi and bluetooth and reduce the screen brightness from 100% to 50%,is there another way..?? i need anwser ASAP !!