Sbdevilmind, 26 Apr 2013Well.... current method is quiet hassle free..... provided you have unlocked bootloader... I d... moreWhat I mean by hassle free is that I don't want to lose my phone's data...
Taz26, 26 Apr 2013Is there any hassle free root? like the one for. 54Well.... current method is quiet hassle free..... provided you have unlocked bootloader... I did the following (my own method).
1. Since I had a ICS custom kernel installed (with integrated cwm) I flash JellyBean Rom by excluding the kernel.
2. After flashing, turned phone on and then went inside cwm.
3. Flashed the rooting .zip file from xda.
4. Did hard reset.
5. Flashed jellybean again (just exclude everything except the kernel this time. Done......
hey guys just update my xperia p to jelly bean, it's pretty good, but sony has removed floating widgets on xp, anyway jelly bean Is running we'll on xp. thanks
Guys ive updated the phone to JB and ihad seen the update on TX the best change of the update was the camera app which is really cool.but it isn't changed on P.and also there's no small apps.im sorry for Sony the way they wanyt to push people for buying their phones is not at all good
have in it skype video calling
can i used the seondary camea by using the skype video calling
in which i do the skype video calling?
Very disappointed with my Xperia P. It is a nice looking phone and I was to start with very happy to have it, but pretty soon it started to play up. The WiFi isn't released even if I leave the network, the phone believes it should still use WiFi rather than data - 30 minutes walk from my home network and the phone still hasn't realised it. I can't switch of the WiFi any other way than through restarting, so now I have to restart every time I leave the house. Furthermore the phone often doesn't understand the concept of "switch off" but restarts instead.
Phone memory often freezes and I have to restart.
Yes, I had it in for service. That just meant a new software update and that the camera issues I had before were fixed, and that more of my calls are actually coming through now, but the majority of the issues were not fixed. However I can't be without my phone for another 2-3 weeks so I am reluctant to even hand it in.
Will never get an Xperia again!
Sbdevilmind, 26 Apr 2013This should help, http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2250101Is there any hassle free root? like the one for. 54
maxym, 26 Apr 2013What do you mean 'directly via pc)? You can update your phone by three ways: - OTA (dire... moreIn PC companion or SUS it doesn't show the update,do i have to unlock the device to update using flash boot?
Maxym sry I mean directly from phone and I visited the service center just now they said they will Change my illuminati bar for free but I have to give my phone to them for atleast 15 days.
Xperia P Jelly Bean Update walkthrough
Leonard, 26 Apr 2013Dude I didn't got update yet o m from India I updated to ics directly via pc could I do the sa... moreWhat do you mean 'directly via pc)?
You can update your phone by three ways:
- OTA (directly from phone - Over The Air)
- from PC connecting to official update (with PCCompanion or SonyUpdateService)
- from PC using downloaded firmware - ftf file (Flashboot)
Current JB update is worldwide version that can be updated easily with second option (OTA is still not available), and no need for third option.
Hey guys pls help me I m thinking tat my phones illuminatI bar will be braking from inside should I go for replacing it to service center
Actually, there is nothing to fix. Heavy usage drains battery in a matter of hours, be it Xperia P or Galaxy S3.
Taz26, 25 Apr 2013Does anyone have the info to root Xperia P Jellybean with a locked bootloader? Dude I didn't got update yet o m from India I updated to ics directly via pc could I do the same for in update or I hv to update it via pc
frnds how can i flash my mobile manually.
i puted a maze lock bt i forgot it.i tried more than 20 times
n nw m restarting ma phone n its asking for my google id.i dnt knw coz i forgot.
help me frnd wat to do nw.