hedzx, 07 Mar 2014@master44 : yes your procedure worked correctly, so this moves app to sdcard? nice...Yes dear i can easily move all app and games to memory card in my funbook,if mmx funbook can do this than sure this Sony xperia will definitely do this,just download ES FILE MANAGER ,im sure after that every app on phone can easily move or copy to ur memory card
this phone have a beter futuremark performance than galaxy s3
@master44 : yes your procedure worked correctly, so this moves app to sdcard? nice...
Hate my Xperia phone. Speaker in wrong place, camera bad and ports difficult to use, Thumbs down. Won't be buying another.
AnonD-238826, 06 Mar 2014Sony Xperia M or Micromax Canvas 2.2 A114 which is better?Plz help me.Xperia M
Hi users of Sony,I m currently using mmx funbook p350 talk,I can move app to memory card very easily through ES FILE EXPLORER ,now I m planning to buy this phone,so user pls install ES FILE MANAGER from play store than pls do this Es filemanager>app manager>long press on app>backup>open back up folder >select app>copy to mnt ext card.
if above procedure works than pls let me know so that I can go for this phone,I had seen review of this phone that app cannot be transferred so pls if above process works than pls letme know so that I can purchase this
I cant move my aaps from phone to sd....is it due to android 4.1.2 or is it not possible in the phone itself....please help...
somebody tell me how to connect my Xperia m with Sony Bravia klv led
there is no problem with using any headphones with xperia m im using beats and samsung on it working awesome.. just waiting for android update
I don't know why there are comments about headphones I can use any kind of 3rd party headphones on my xperia m. Have bought it recently and it's on original rom/not rooted
Hello friends.. I have Sony xperia m c 1904.. B
ND I m facing some problems.. I have rooted my phone.. ND I installed link2sd app.. But it's not working.. It says app2sd is not supported... primary external storage emulated from internal storage... After that I installed cacheapps2sd. ND I used it.. ND something went wrong.. After using that App... I wasn't able to install... Some apps.. Like whatsapp.. It said insufficient storage.. But I have more than 1gb free memory.. But on the other hand.. Some apps r installing.. Like i reinstalled hike messenger.. Just to try if all my apps r not installing.. But it was installed properly without any problem.... I did same with a few more apps.. Same was result... Some apps installed some didn't.. ND my plays tore app ND YouTube apps were continuously showing error message.. Like plays tore has stopped... ND after some time it was fine.. But again after some time error message was shown.. And some apps refused to open... I had clumsy bird app.. After using cacheapps2sd... It refused to open.. So. Basically... I got lots of problems.. Please help me.. I am confused... Is there any way of restoring my phone so that it can function properly.. Once again.. Will flashing phone Slove my problem.. Please help..
before buying sony experia m pls know one thing you wont be able to use any third party headphones.
Here are a few more things I found out after a few weeks of using Xperia M (C1905):
The main cause of heating in this device (at least what I found in mine) is actually not the heavy usage of gaming or apps. It's the 3G mobile data activity.
As I said in my previous review, the part that gets hot is actually only the top half of the device, which is probably inconvenient to some, but better than when the whole device gets hot to others.
Here is my classification of heat-causing activities in the scale of 0% (cool) to 100% (super hot):
With mobile data off:
Screen off, no activity - 0%
Casual activities - 5%
Playing games - 10 to 20%
Heavy games - 20 to 30%
Ongoing call below 10 min - 2%
Ongoing call below 50 min - 5%
Ongoing call, 142 min my personal maximum - 20%
screen off (background data activity) - 5%
Casual activities - 10%
Browsing & connection activities - 30%
Playing games - 20 to 35%
Heavy games - 35 to 50%
Ongoing call below 10 min - 10%
Ongoing call below 50 min - 25%
Mobile data on:
screen off (background data activity) - 20%
Casual activities - 25%
Browsing & connection activities - 75%
offline games - 40 to 60%
Online games - 50 to 80%
Ongoing call below 10 min - 40%
Ongoing call below 50 min - 60%
Better don't play games or use the phone at all.
So, the main cause of heat is 3G mobile data activity. wifi? not so much.
It's also a battery eater too. I switched the mobile data on in the morning at 100% juice, found out drops to 89% 3 hours later without any usage at all.
Total opposite when mobile data is off, it can easily last for 2 full days on casual usage.