Hardy, 09 Jun 2010Thanks for the response, but i don't understand why Google Gestures recognises handwriting if ... moreI guess the tethering thing has been answered for u,
another alternative to handwriting i think which should work for u is SlideIT or swipe application. You slide your fingers over the letters and it works out which word you want to type.google gesture is not that accurate
aryan , 09 Jun 2010it seems we both have something in common ... i too have upgraded from P1i to X10..... tell me... moreTo be honest X10 is soooo cooool, heads turn wherever i go and it has a wow factor on most people who see me using the phone. However, i had become so used to the P1i and all that it lacked was a big screen. Text input is still a nightmare for me on X10
[deleted post]Not sure about your first question, but for tethering(connecting to internet with phone as a modem) there is an app available called easy tether. you also have to install a windows version of the program. then you can use the x10 as a modem. I used it a couple of weeks back when i was travelling and it worked great.
[deleted post]oh wait... 3.3 inch screen and its ugly... hmm i wonder what should i buy? ugly one or the hot ones?
Hardy, 09 Jun 2010To all those that have problems with the battery please have a bit of patience. You will notic... moreit seems we both have something in common ... i too have upgraded from P1i to X10..... tell me which wuf you prefer x10 or P1i ...features wise
[deleted post]I will never buy a SAMSUNG phone even if it's the best phone around. It's because of that HUGE SAMSUNG logo which is a major turn off for me...
Ravz, 09 Jun 2010Handwriting recognition - Thats coz this phone has capacitive touch i believe, so no capacitiv... moreThanks for the response, but i don't understand why Google Gestures recognises handwriting if it is a limitation of capacitative screens as you say.
Can you explain further how you use your wi-fi to make the internet connection, i'm still lights out on the Wi-fi thing. My laptop and printer has wi-fi and i use that to print but beyond that i do not understand much about Wi-fi
1.5 (Cupcake) 30 April 2009
1.6 (Donut) 15 September 2009
2.0/2.1 (Eclair) 26 October 2009
The 2.0.1 SDK was released on 3 December 2009
The 2.1 SDK was released on 12 January 2010.
2.2 (Froyo)[ 20 May 2010
X10 Announced 2009, November
Released 2010, March
Guys the SonyEricsson guys did plan and model their OS on the latest OS that was available at the time. If the OS is changed in that short space of time what do you expect them to do. Assuming they had to change their plans to accommodate the Eclair maybe we would still be waiting for the phone to be released. Just see my first paragraph to understand why this phone was released with Donut. Just have patience.
[deleted post]Handwriting recognition - Thats coz this phone has capacitive touch i believe, so no capacitive touch screen would allow that...that feature is only on resistive touch screen.
u can use software like tethering ...try looking up on android market...i saw one but dont remember...will let u know if i find any next time..i just connect my cellphone to wifi...along with my lappy and that makes the two devices on LAN :)
bluetooth is discoverable for 2 min to save battery...although ur bluetooth will be on but it wont scan other devices after 2 min's thats what it means...which poses no issue honestly...thats the standard with any phone now days.. :)
Bradley, 09 Jun 2010 The SE X10 is the best looking chinese made phone on the market today. It appears everybo... more
Im quoting you here..
"terrible battery life, terrible sound/volume, lacking good support and updates etc etc. Not to mention all the constant SE lies !!"
1)terrible battery life - Not true..(its just for the first week)
2)terrible sound/volume - agreed
3)lacking good support and updates - SE is new to Android, give them some time. with their other products they do give timely updates..and they are customizing the OS which does take time ...n its not simple stock android OS running on other cellphones..
4)Not to mention all the constant SE lies - can u explain that...i mean it on serious note coz i wish to know im unaware of it..coz if that is true i would not consider buying SE next time honestly...coz apple is also a constant liar...so please let me know... :)
There are two things that i greatly miss on this phone that i used to enjoy on my P1i. I don't know if there is anyone out there who can help.
1. Handwriting recognition ( i do have swype but it's nowhere near the P1i experience)
2. Connecting my laptop to the internet via bluetooth using my phone as modem. At times i run out of data bundles and just want to connect quickly my laptop on to the internet thru my phone.
is there a special reason why the phone is only discoverable for 2 minutes only, or there is something i am missing
Dennis, 09 Jun 2010Just correcting some bad spelling errors........ Its good that you are sensible and honest. Y... moreNokia,Motorola,Sony Ericsson,Apple,China they all get their majority of phones manufactured in China...Chinese parts are the cheapest...its just that the grey market for Nokia makes the part cheaper else if u buy an original part for Nokia or SE..they are all expensive ...and Chinese Products are not bad in Quality...don't just rate coz of the made in China tag..Chinese Quality is one of the best(they have better quality standards than US)...all your major electronics are made in China or India..
To all those that have problems with the battery please have a bit of patience. You will notice that soon after buying your phone you will use it quite a lot checking out features, more than the average usage. This uses up a lot of energy and the battery drains so fast. i did notice that the battery improves its capacity with time. It has been a month since i bought mine and i now get 2 days from the battery with everything on (e.g GPS, 3G) all the time with mobile updates (emails, etc) after every hour. I honestly believe that 2 days is acceptable and average for such a phone. FYI i used to get about 2-3 days on my P1i with a single charge
SE 2010, 09 Jun 2010 So after the war no need to flip and kick anymore :P Hey Buddy :)
Charles, 09 Jun 2010Amazing & HiTech handphone, but no Radio? oh c'mon it's so ridiculous. We call it a multim... moreEven Iphone doesn't have a radio :) why not focus on the positive side of the phone for a change...every phone has some or the other feature missing....beat it Apple Iphone, Nexus one...etc
clemenzie, 09 Jun 2010There is no Office Suite in X10 can i download them? if yes from where? can i open PDF's?Office Suite is pre-installed and u can view pdf with no issues...i do that everyday :)
Varun Jaival, 09 Jun 2010I would like to Comment on Sony Ericsson Xperia X10,that everything is Present in Sony Ericsso... moreSorry to say, FM radio cannot be there on this phone, FM receiver is missing, so even a software upgrade wont help..
Jones889, 09 Jun 2010I got a Vodafone X10 last week and was, initially, impressed. The phone is great. It looks goo... moreBattery improves after 5-6 Charging , please look at earlier post..and u will get to know what needs to be done....and battery is not an issue anymore...with 1500mAh its huge and provides more battery backup than other phones...it gives me 2 days of full use... :)
I got a Vodafone X10 last week and was, initially, impressed. The phone is great. It looks good, feels good and is soooo much faster than my old Nokia N85 it is unreal. I love the android app store too...much better than nokias crappy ovi store. Then the bad stuff.....Battery problems with this phone are all over the net. I found info saying some are fixed with baseband 1.0.16 upgrade....which Vodafone hasn't issued :(. This means I get about 8-10 hours from my phone with little or no use....approx 70% of that being used by 'cell standby'. If you use maps....the battry might as well be short circuted! Then i kept loosing 3g on this phone, ony regained by cycling the network conection. In short...amazing phone...SHOCKING battery. I am returning it and hoping for better from a Desire....fingers crossed!