user_apoo, 21 Nov 2013I m using the phone for past 1 month.
Users are facing the battery problem and i m also facin... moreDude, Im thinking to buy sony C, Is thr any prob o disadvtg.. wat abt dual sim feature?? wt u say SP o C, o any other in range of 25K,.. dude plzz, get me out of this confusion..
As u said using since last month
Which is worth one to buy?? sony SP o C,.. pls can I get reply fa ma Qus.. Im thinking of C,.
and what abt daul sim property of C?? nd any disadvantage In C n SP.
Or any best smartphone other thn C n Sp, S4mini.. In 25K
Pls user of C, suggest me
I m using the phone for past 1 month.
Users are facing the battery problem and i m also facing the same.
There are 2 issues :
1. after 80%, battery dont charge efficiently.
2. after reaching 35%, battery discharges very fast.
After few experiments, I got a solution for the issue.
The first problem only occurs when ur battery discharges below 35%. So try to recharge at 40%. If this is not possible and in case battery stops charging after 80%, then switch off ur cell and charge for 2-5 minutes, u ll see, battery will be fully charged and then switch on ur cell.
Try it guyzz....all the best.
Aur dua karo ki ye problem theek ho jaye ;)
Is it better to buy sony experia C THAN SAMSUNG S3 REPLY???????????????
[deleted post]USB Thethering
connect the mobile to pc. Turn on USB Thethering. (Settings-More-Thethering and portable hotspot) tick the checkbok overthere. Check whether you are not in USB storage mode (Mass storage). If you are in USB mode then swipe down the statusbas and click ,usb connected, option and disconnet. Now you can connect internet via PC using mobile data.
how to connect this phone with a pc to acess internet in pc? pc companion is an utter failiure. somebody know a better option???
My reasons for getting an Xperia C:
1. Dual Sim Facility – It’s more convenient than toting two units that made me seem look like a phone exchange operator.
I maintain two accounts for efficient reachability and wanted a single unit that can reliably provide a solution.
2. Price – Rather than invest on an expensive top of the line unit, I get to invest on the same idea of having two units with still so much to spare on other stuff with the same budget.
For some reason, the price difference does not in any way justify twice or even thrice better features already on the xperia c (at least on the basis of my daily usage). I would rather get a decent point and shoot cam that will put a lot of small sensor sized camera phones to shame just so to compensate for the xperia c’s video and photography limits…not that they aren’t considered already impressive to the average person (without basic photography backgrounds).
Moreover, expensive units at best carry a superficial “lifestyle” that seem to lure majority of fans who probably know only a fraction of an expensive phone’s features.
3. Brand – the unit sports a reliable company that offers services at just about a neighbor’s distance.
Sony electronics still has an historical edge over other counterparts in terms of audio performance, video capabilities, and photography features. Specifically, milestones in walkmans, bravia screens and now their leading micro four thirds cam featured in the nex series.
Might not reflect their expertise on the xperia c’s features, but definitely sony reliable at a budget. Did I mention sony also manufactures computers?
4. Screen Size – Not the best of resolutions but it fits my pocket just right and
allows me to enjoy videos and games at a distance allowing me decent peripheral perspectives of the real world. I don’t want my eyes stuck to the screen and completely miss the rest of the world.
5. As of writing, the Xperia C sits comfortably among the top when it comes to Phones with Dual Sim Capacity (which I think is the major consideration). Otherwise you are better off with single sim units that carry no budget concerns.
(Read Xperia Specs for better appreciation).
Ive had this phone for a month, any lag issues I had at the start are gone. This phone runs smooth, heavy games run exceptionally well, installed apps can gp straight to the sd card with no problems so space is not an issue. The camera is great, the front camera is vga but I dont take selfies, but its good enough for Skype. The battery is amazing, it can run for a very long time (granted I turn down the brightness). And the main reason why I got this phone is because its dual SIM (which is the phone for you,if you want a budget dual sim phone that runs this well
goyal94, 19 Nov 2013Plese all xperia c users tell me if you facing battery issue that is Whenever Battery reaches ... more...Ya..I hav d same problem bro....it quickly gets down to 13....help me too if u find a solution...
gm, 20 Nov 2013pl tell me the good phone to buy range between 15 to 20k but brand,sound,colour reception to goodgo for sony xperia sp
Jeiffry Go, 03 Nov 2013whether it can save the application to microSD without the need to root?no root its a inbuilt feature