Anonymous, 01 May 2009I find it extremely amusing reading through some of symbian/Nokia fanbois posts. Obviously del... moreAbout the symbian thing, lol u really made a fool out of yourself, xperia is not symbian, its WINDOWS MOBILE.
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Spb Mobile Shell 3.0 works perfect, it replaces the previouly istalled panel but the new version doent work as a panel but replaces the today screen, cool desktop enhansement utility, makes interaction with the phone very simple & easy, effects are very attractive. Crack for version 2.0 is available & using the serial it can be updated to 3.0 with almost half of the price.
hawe he memory card compatibile with k 850? can i lisen my downloadet music and see my video and pictures?
najuajar, 01 May 2009@Drama yes..i've been using Spb Mobile Shell 3 on my X1..and it's so greeeaaatttttIs the 3.0 version also panel that you can install, and does it automatically replace the Spb Mobile Shell 2.0 panel?
Anonymous, 01 May 2009im pretty sure its able to use youtube, dunno if its free tho, you might have to pay tho....No youtube is free and the x1 has a good browser as well. The x1 has a small appsotre called sonyericsson fun which allows you to download facebook panells etc
Anonymous, 02 May 2009Hello... Im actually using SE C905 but planning to buy Xperia X1 very soon but seen on many fo... moreI Think you should buy 5800 XM rather than X1,because you can overclocked it RAM n Procs,there's no SE,samsung n etc phone can be upgraded
hey a question for everyone , is there any way of increasing the volume of the sound from the headphones ?
i noticed that the output from the X1 seems to be slightly lower than my old phone..
i used the same earphones on both mobiles and compared at maximum volume my old phone seems to be louder. hope you guys can help
Hello... Im actually using SE C905 but planning to buy Xperia X1 very soon but seen on many forums about the crack in X1 cases...
Is that problem solved?
Is the problem with the silver or the black?
yes..i've been using Spb Mobile Shell 3 on my X1..and it's so greeeaaattttt
I own this for 1 month, really love it and loving it more each day.
Long battery life, very good performance.
I installed Touch-IT Rom v5 and It is great.
using this new ROM, I have YouTube app which make it really enjoyable to watch youtube also.
You can watch youtube videos.
Yeah! Youtube is there.
watch this video ;)
unknown, 30 Apr 2009X1 able to watch youtube ??? anyone can advise ?im pretty sure its able to use youtube, dunno if its free tho, you might have to pay tho....
unknown, 30 Apr 2009X1 able to watch youtube ??? anyone can advise ?Yes the X1 can play youtube,
Method 1: go into Pocket Internet Explorer or Opera Browser, turn on wi-fi, or turn on 3G, and then type down www.youtube.com
It will ask you if you want to download youtube cab. Say yes, install the youtube.cab and then open the program. It will have a youtube application to search and play youtube videos
Method 2: go to XDA forums and then look for youtube cab. This cab is different, it is harder to find, but it is much funner to use than the other youtube program.
I find it extremely amusing reading through some of symbian/Nokia fanbois posts. Obviously deluded individuals with little or no understanding of operating systems.
I'd strongly recommend running the hell away from Symbian. It's awful.
Let us gloss over the lousy documentation (in which it's impossible to find anything, and where there are no links between chapters --- so, e.g., you can't follow a superclass chain up through the S60 chapter into the Symbian core chapter). Let us also gloss over the lousy build system (a horrible maze of crappy perl scripts, which, apart from being so hideously slow that our project takes the best part of ten minutes to build even if no source files have changed, doesn't allow you to have two source files in the same project with the same name. Even if they're in different directories). Let us also pass quickly over the debugger, trying not to make eye contact, that's unreliable, will only let you debug one task at a time, and which tends to crash if you do the wrong thing.
No, let's talk about the language.
You program for Symbian in C++. Good, you might think. No. This is C++ with all the good bits taken out and replaced by badly designed bits.
Let's take exceptions. There are no C++ exceptions. What there are instead are Leave codes; a macro-and-longjmp framework that replaces exceptions which allows you to throw an integer value and then catch it further up the call stack. Unfortunately because this is implemented without compiler assistance it doesn't unwind the stack frame, so destructors of locals aren't called! All is not lost, though: there's a complicated and easy-to-get-wrong manual cleanup stack on which you can push stuff that you want the system to free for you in such situations. God help you if you forget to push something, or pop something at the wrong point...
Let's take strings. There's no standard string class, of course. What there are are an even dozen different classes for storing strings in different ways: on the heap, on the stack, constant strings owned by someone else, etc. There are some superclasses that will allow you to pass references to these things around without having to worry about the implementation.
Except... it doesn't actually work. The various different string superclasses are incompatible. You can cast a TDes (mutable abstract string) to a TDesC (immutable abstract string). You can't cast a TPtr (mutable pointer to mutable string data) to a TPtrC (mutable pointer to immutable string data). Some of their system functions require you to pass in a reference to a concrete string type, so god help you if want to use a different implementation. You can't use certain implementations in certain contexts. The result is that for some operations you have to allocate a fixed-size buffer on the stack, call a system function to populate it, then copy the buffer into another buffer on the heap, because the buffer-on-heap object is immutable! Despite being resizeable and assignable!
Things get even worse when you want to store multiple strings. There's a labyrinthine maze of string array classes: arrays of fixed sized strings, arrays of descriptors, arrays of pointers to strings, arrays of pointer strings (which are different)... add this to Symbian's bizarre convention where a data storage class allocates memory in its constructor but does not free it in its destructor (which means the user must manually Close() method on all member variables) and simply figuring out who's responsible for freeing a particular object becomes non-trivial. I once spent three days trying to find out how to store an array of strings without leaking them. I kid you not.
(To be fair, they have been trying to fix this with OpenC++, a new programming environment based on, like, standards. It doesn't actually work. The interface to Symbian C++ code is patchy and poorly specced which means it's only really useful for running chunks of third-party code in a sandbox --- you still need to write your actual application in Symbian C++.)
Anonymous, 30 Apr 2009heyy...can anyone,who owns this phone,,tell me in details,does it have a good speaker quality?... morethe speaker on the X1 is a monaural speaker.
terrible for the audiophile(me)
however when you plug in my AUD$ 499 set of sennheiser headphones, the depth of sound you get is simply amazing. you can not beat it with any mp3 player out on the market today- provided you are using good quality mp3s.
i only encode mine to m4a with a bitrate of 320kbps