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
unknown, 30 Apr 2009X1 able to watch youtube ??? anyone can advise ?yes...x1 can watch youtube. Install the youtube app.
i guess the problem is that too much expectations was created around xperia.... iphone took market by surpriese... and winmo, of course....
heyy...can anyone,who owns this phone,,tell me in details,does it have a good speaker quality?i like this phone,,i jusst need to know how clear n loud the speaker is..
Please advise, i cannot move contacts from my P990i to xperia. error message "Failed to save. Received data may be incomplete"
Has anybody tried Spb Mobile Shell 3.0 on their X1?
Vodafone Australia selling X1i within the next two weeks for less than a grand, and its only "soft-locked".
hercules, 27 Apr 2009thuis phone has a really bad battery life.Hey Hercules,
Lower the brightness of the mobile and you can see difference.
Those who are intending to buy this phone I can tell you this a fantastic piece. Only thing is that you will take time to get use to it. But once you understand this is the best Windows Mobile phone I ever had. Its just like a pocket PC.
Battery life: almost 3 days.
Screen: Superp glowy and glossy (best of the lot)
Speaker phone: Not Good
Camera: Good as compared with Mobile camera.
GPS: Google map is amazing.
Wifi: Strenth of the wireless router poor.
surfing net through EDGE: Good
MSN & SKYPE works well
Do not support South East Asian language: Hv to download the language pack which is very hard to find. If needed I can help. check my previous post for my email.
This is a very handy phone and is also easy to use. I have been using it for a while and is really enjoying it.
a real shame.
i sell this phone, and am yet to see one come back.
my gf also has one and does not have an issue.
however i got an older build of the exact same phone and i have been having issues since Day 3. i ignored the 30 day ELF because i could fix the issues myself, until now.
i can visit any website except for on the telstra portal. this means i can't buy new games for my X1, can not watch mobile foxtel(pay tv on mobile), can not update my GPS software(telstra collaborated with garmin on this one, and it works beautifully) but i can youtube and do anything on the like normal internet.
does anyone have any suggestions for me before i do my 4th hard reset?
Anonymous, 25 Apr 2009After 2 months: Does not charge properly, no auto lock function :( Going to sell and go back... moreyou must turn on the auto lock feature. it has almost 4 types of lock how did you miss that?!
I got this phone, must say it is my best phone yet, very good looks, nice qwerty keyboard and it feel if you are working with something durable, elegant and solid. Battery lasts very good, it should, the battery is about as big as the phone. Connectivity is great. I have looked and compare a few phones and must say this one was the best. If you do not believe me check the rankings.
To set a downloaded tune as a ringtone go into programs, file explorer, then find the tune you want as your ringtone hold the curser on it and you should be able to set it as a ringtone from there
hope it helps
dolapo, 29 Apr 2009I need to be educated on how to use music downloaded to my phone as ring tones. Kindly assist need to go to file manager select the mp3 you want hold down with the stylus till a side menu pops up and select "set as ring tone"
When Lars Aronsson bought his first Windows Mobile device, the Xperia X1 last year he did not know much about the OS. A steep learning curve later he can rightfully be called an expert user.
Unlike most however he went to great effort to document his knowledge, resulting in the publication of the “Little Guide to Windows Mobile”, an extremely comprehensive guide to getting the most out of your Windows Mobile smartphone, especially but not confined to it being an Xperia X1.
If you just bought a new Windows Mobile smartphone it may be worth giving this page a read even before you unbox your device, so you will be well equipped to smooth over any rough patches and customize the device exactly to your liking.
See the Little Guide to Windows Mobile here. http://geekedout.se/winmo.php
I need to be educated on how to use music downloaded to my phone as ring tones.