henkasdf, 08 Mar 2012Hi, I have had my Xperia Arc for 6 months and only now I've noticed the small hairline crac... moreYes it seems you are the only one having this problem as this is the first time I read a complaint about little cracks. Xperia Arc is one year old since it was announced last March 2011 and I am using my Arc for 10 months now and I don't have any problem with the casing and in fact the casing is not easily scratched as my Arc does not have a single scratch. I agree with you that Arc is a wonderful device.
It is gud but the internal RAM is very low and the lags a lot ... Hav to restart it every single day ...
PGo6, 07 Mar 2012Hi all,
What should I do or download to watch movies on my ARC? Thanks for any advice.Hi,
Just download MX video player from the android market. It will support most of the video formats.
PGo6, 07 Mar 2012Hi all, What should I do or download to watch movies on my ARC? Thanks for any advice.download rock player from android market its free n great
I have had my Xperia Arc for 6 months and only now I've noticed the small hairline crack by the proximity sensor. But I have also noticed 2 other cracks and they are situated in both left and right hand bottom corners where the touch screen meets the housing. This is a concern for me as I handle my phone with utmost care. It seems as if the area where the new cracks are located on the housing in those to corners, the housing is very thinly designed.
I am very happy with my Sony Ericsson phone in general, but I think Sony Ericsson should have done a better job at this phone, as it is cracking up all by itself.
I wonder if I am the only one having this problem?
malay, 07 Mar 2012hye guys... can anyone tell me where i can get my update center ???Go to "setting", then press "About phone", then press "Software update", then you will see the word "update center" top left side of your screen. (Note that if you want your phone search the latest update, you should be connected with wi-fi).
What should I do or download to watch movies on my ARC? Thanks for any advice.
TheGrimRomance, 06 Mar 2012HAHA wish I could squeeze a little more budget bro. but can't afford the Arc S. :) But I do ac... moreThat's fine. I'm sure Xperia Arc will become a bit laggy with ICS not only because Xperia Arc got only a single core 1GHz CPU but because of having 512 RAM only. But I'm sure you will enjoy it once you have it in your hand.
Skepretic, 29 Feb 2012I donot understand why you're mentioning the sd card. The internal memory is different. Its a ... moreI know the difference between the internal memory and the sd card. I asked about that just because I wanted to know how the phone is working for you, and if the memory is working OK. Do you have a large number of apps install?
Thanks for answering, btw! Please let me know how the cyanogenmode installation went.
512 mb ram is it enough to work with more than 3 apps??????
Please help my cuz I,m going to buy this phone after one week ?
This phone is quite good... no regret to spend money to it... nice picture... and the performance is also not bad... just it seem easy to overheat during playing a game..... maybe it become hot due to the HD game i played. the camera is good but pic become blur when zooming..... emm
andi, 06 Mar 2012If budget is not too tight, I don't recommend anymore to buy Xperia Arc. I would suggest to s... moreHAHA wish I could squeeze a little more budget bro. but can't afford the Arc S. :) But I do accept donations. lol. hahaha. anyway thanks for the info, but I guess I'll be pretty happy with this phone and with ICS. although i still don't know what Jellybean might bring, I'll be contented for this one. My worries was just it might slow a bit or something when it got the ICS.
TheGrimRomance, 05 Mar 2012Hello. So now it's march. And we all know what Sony will bring us this or early next month. TH... moreIf budget is not too tight, I don't recommend anymore to buy Xperia Arc. I would suggest to spend your money to buy Xperia S which is almost every country is now available. In the next Android OS update, which is the "Jelly Bean", I don't think Xperia Arc/S is still upgradable but definitely Xperia S will still enjoy the Jelly Bean Android OS 5. I have been using Xperia Arc for nearly a year now and I am ready to swap my Xperia Arc once Xperia S is available in Saudi Arabia. Well, that's only my suggestion to you because Xperia Arc is already outdated and for sure you wont regret spending your money for Xperia S it's really a big upgrade against Xperia Arc.
Hello. So now it's march. And we all know what Sony will bring us this or early next month. THE I.C.S..
but I'm quite skeptic, can a single core smartphone handle the ICS? I've watched the ICS on galaxy nexus, and its stunning. but galaxy nexus is a dual-core smarthphone. I'm a bit worried because I don't ever wanna experience lag on my phone. :D I'm planning to have this phone in a few days. So anyone out there care to explain if a single core smartphone will be able to handle the ICS? Sorry I'm quite new with all the specs and maybe I'm asking the wrong question. :) Good day.
MV, 05 Mar 2012when the upgrade ice 4.0 planned ??End of this month (March)or early April according to Sony website.