Anonymous, 21 Sep 2012That's not Jelly Bean. It's simply the build number that coincidentally happens to starts with... morebut you didn't say to upgrade or not and sorry for my fault . did you tried to upgrade ??
AnonD-66750, 21 Sep 2012pls all answer me pc companion shows me that I have a software update to 4.1 (jelly bean ) any... moreThat's not Jelly Bean. It's simply the build number that coincidentally happens to starts with 4.1 (the full build no. being 4.1.B.0.587). The update there is for the 2011 Xperia devices, installing ICS in the process.
IF (when) Jelly Bean does come out I'd expect the build number to start with 4.2.....
pls all answer me pc companion shows me that I have a software update to 4.1 (jelly bean ) any one recommend this update I am hesitated pls reply thanks in advance
there is still a chance for arc s to be updated to jelly bean, according to sony comments. plz correct it
I couldn't connect to wifi for which password is less than 8 letters..Can anybody guide me how get out of this problem
hey frndz i have found that Ice-cream sandwitch 4.0.4 is quite unstable in Xperia arc S this device works efficientely on Gingerbread 2.3...
Mel, 20 Sep 2012What crack are you talking about?Try Google; you'll find plenty of people suffering from the issue, and pictures to boot. It's a well-documented issue around the world. Problem also includes the Arc and Xperia Arco (NTT Docomo's version of the Arc).
It shows up a few weeks after purchase from new. In my case, it took a week to show up (albeit near invisible). It's 8 weeks old now and it's definitely there, just isn't a 'open' crack yet.
Sony apparently is giving free fixes in most countries under warranty but the results of the fixes vary. Most people say the issue returns even with replacement housings, despite Sony saying (in most countries at least) they are using different material to construct the replacement housing. And there are a few people who report that the cracks don't return after the replacement. Then there are the lucky few who apparently don't get the cracks in the first place.
Villawood, 20 Sep 2012My Xperia Arc is as good or better than any other phone out there. The Arc-S is the same phone... moreThanx sir... But i want to know that is it able to download heavy applications as its internal memory is around 350 MB only...
The only thing I can fault with this phone are the cracks near the proximity sensor. Some people have them despite taking it to the repair centre, it returns. Some don't see it return. And some are just lucky and don't get the cracks in the first place...
Sucks that another Sony flagship (the Xperia S) also has an issue, though more problematic with screens going bad.
Will I be returning to use a Sony on that fateful day when my Arc S dies? Probably, yes. Though I'll research a bit more before doing so.
torento, 20 Sep 2012since Sony and Ericsson have parted ways how is the services being done on these phones. Do yo... moreericsson is dead sony only got the parts and now the service is better than before!
since Sony and Ericsson have parted ways how is the services being done on these phones. Do you think the services are up to mark
helooo...can someone explaine to me why i cant open "Galery"...i have this mobile for 2 days :((( Thanks
Divio, 19 Sep 2012Just got my Xperia Arc S for about a week now. Loving it! Had to put a cover on it tho :-( . I... morecan someone explane to me why i cant open "GALERY"...I have this mobile for 2 days :(((
Divio, 19 Sep 2012Just got my Xperia Arc S for about a week now. Loving it! Had to put a cover on it tho :-( . I... moreThe spec says it is not upgrade able to ver 4 android OS. how is it possible in your case? Pls enlighten me