AnonD-9938, 02 Jun 2011Hey guys .... I am really very very confused .... Please help me out .... I am struck between ... moreMy dear, the SE is not just a phone, it is like a girlfriend. But it and you won't regret
Getting my xperia arc tomorrow
Wanted it earlier but it was sold out
Which should i get silver or blue
i am using this phone for past 3 years....its amazing....but the camera?????????????/?/////
the arc xperience is awesome..... & now with the latest 2.3.3 update, xperiecing superb performance!
Hey everyone lets vote for this phone to be one of the top in gsmarena..Lets make the no. of votes increase
hi abdutta,i am from delhi. i am also confused between arc and sgs2. i think ill go for arc and see the response of sgs2
Hey guys .... I am really very very confused .... Please help me out .... I am struck between Samsung Galaxy S 2 and sony ericsson xperia arc...which one to buy??? ....or we can say "value for your money" ????
i just baught a xperia arc unlocked. Apparently it came from france and there are some apps in french that i want to remove. They came with the phone but there is no option to remove them. Please help!
[deleted post]hm... cool.........................................................that's y i never buy samsung... they just concentrate on specs not on quality
Please help !!
Which is better Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc or Galaxy-S i9000 or HTC Desire S ?
considering that I need a phone that is good in sound loudness and good camera and could play *.avi videos.....
Video(720p HD mp4)=amazing
and theres a lot other stuff xperia arc can offer( android market,apps,customization etc..) this phone is all about entertainment
mb, 01 Jun 2011ajmal i figured it out myself.Oops! Noticed this only now...
mb, 01 Jun 2011thanks. another small help please - can you set individual ring tones for different contacts? ... moreYou're welcome... I am from India. While trying to set custom ringtone for a contact, you were able to reach the default ringtone list right... Move down on that list and your downloaded ringtones might appear on the bottom of the list. If not there, you have the Music Library option at the extreme bottom. Open Music Library and set the desired ringtone. If your downloaded ringtone does not appear even there, do as follows(This is what I am doing, that is why I am asking you to do it this way coz I am sure this works.)
Create a folder named Audios in your sd card.
Then create two folders inside Audios named Songs and Ringtones.
Put all your songs in the Songs folder and the downloaded ringtones in the Ringtones folder.
Now try to edit the contact and the ringtone should be at the bottom of the list. If not, restart the phone and then it should be there.
I am also new to Android. Just bought this phone last month. So, there might be other guys out there who know better than me...
Boom,Boom.. What a phone it is !!!!!!!! Superb phone with amazing features.. Congratulations to all arc owners... Enjoy your phone...
I just got my Xperia ARC the function and screen was awesome and the screen was very sensitive while touching
techradar's review abt xperia arc:
When we talk about a Phoenix Phone, it will forever be the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc. A company that was making phones like the Xperia X10 on outdated software less than a year ago has brought out one of the world's thinnest and most attractive handsets, and it deserves its place in the top three.
And it's earned that rank through sheer quality - the things we're impressed with on the Xperia Arc are almost too many to list.
From the beautiful Reality Display with Bravia Engine to the powerful-yet-simple 8.1MP camera with Exmor technology, this is one of the phones that people actually want to hold and play with when you show it off.
The new Sony Ericsson overlay has cool features like an 'exploded widgets' view, and the integration of YouTube searching for videos of songs currently playing is super cool too.
OK, it's not dual-core powered, but until we start seeing some applications that really start to challenge these smartphones, we're happy to recommend a phone that is slick under the finger, slim in the pocket, satisfying in the hand and kinder than many on the wallet to boot.
The hardware is extremely impressive, both in terms of looks and performance. Forget the fashionable dual-core phones – when done right, a single-core 1GHz processor can do it all.
As it is, we're prepared to overlook the Xperia Arc's minor flaws thanks to its stunning good looks, superb screen and very decent photo performance. You can't help but love it once you've held its magically thin body and gazed adoringly into its dazzling Reality Display.