AnonD-542, 10 Apr 2013Your phone didn't die doesn't mean that it's water proof..... It's unibody construction (not e... moredude i was just playing :P
its really funny that u said its working bcoz of its unibody
cant stop laughin :D
i want to buy this phone so please answer me on question. how much memory for user have this phone? what about battery life how many hours they can work with normal usage? what about live wallpapers i heard if live wallpaper is on background the phone lags is it true? thanks i hope you will answer.
[deleted post]Your phone didn't die doesn't mean that it's water proof..... It's unibody construction (not exactly but at least it has almost no gaps) probably saved it. Next time dont use the phone right out of water. Turn it off and put it under a table light for at least 12 hours to dry off..... dont take chances.....
Hi guys :) I just wanted to know how the battery life on the phone is and does the phone lag? So far i had my mind set on the Xperia J but changed mind because ive heard that it becomes slower with the update to Jelly Bean. RAM is also low compared to the the Xperia P.
So please answer my question.
Anonymous, 09 Apr 2013Nah wrong dude, my apps is stored in my internal memory. Don't talk on something you don't know o.k.Can you explain it a bit?
In Sony Xperia terms 'Phone storage' refers to 2 GB of memory which is default for application installation, and 'Internal storage' refers to 12 GB of memory in /sdcard folder (what would be memory on physical SD card on smartphones that have ability to install it).
No one could stop you to transfer all your programs to 'Internal storage' (12 GB), (in the "old days" you would need application called 'App2SD' but with Xperia P you can do it in the Apps tab in Settings, without additional application) but not all the programs would work correctly (these programs usually warns you about this during installation or in description on Play Store) and they would still use (although small) part of Phone memory.
Anyway, most of the programs on Android are average size of 5 to 10 Mb, so you can install lots of programs without hitting the 2 Gb limit, only high end games and offline GPS apps use extensive amount of memory (100 GB and more) so it's wise to move them to 'Internal storage'.
AnonD-68375, 08 Apr 2013Same is with Xperia P (or any other Android), you have 2 GB for apps and widgets, and rest of ... moreNah wrong dude, my apps is stored in my internal memory. Don't talk on something you don't know o.k.
Anonymous, 08 Apr 2013Graduation gift? xDNope, For our thesis project. :) we will make an android application grading system. Mobile application. i dont have android phone so i will buy one, but i will chose maybe the lg ooptimus l9.
Is there going to ba a Jelly Bean update for the Sony Xpeira P any time soon?
Is there going to be a Jelly Bean update any time soon? For the Sony Xperia P ?
You cannot move apps to the external sd card in L9, you can only move it to the internal memory (not to be confused with the phone memory) which is only 2GB. The internal memory of Xperia P is 11GB.
fhdi, 08 Apr 2013yep sirr m talking about music...in xperia p its own handfree of sony works normally no bass..... moreI will never believe that fact. Either you have the headphone jack inserted half way through or you gotta give it for repairs. You said Beats Audio? What? You mean you have Dr Dre Beats headphones? All I can say now is that probably the iPhone has this peculiar sound signature that suits you more than what P offers.... I on the other hand been experiencing absolutely amazing sound output. The kind of bass that the default in-ears can output is just too good. Although mind you..... Sound quality wise (Dynamic range, Sound Stage etc) the default Sony sucks.... Right now I have got one 'Brainwavz Pro Alpha' (needs some bass tweaks to sound interesting but everything else is just perfect) and thinking of getting a BOSE IE2 soon.
AnonD-88510, 08 Apr 2013You can only use 2GB to install apps on L9 which is pretty low compared to 13GB installable me... moreSame is with Xperia P (or any other Android), you have 2 GB for apps and widgets, and rest of the memory is for data (music, movies, documents and application data of large apps like games, GPS etc ).
You can move app to SD (upper 12 GB of memory) but part of application stays in lower 2 GB, and you can't move widgets and some utilities.
uledison, 07 Apr 2013can anyone help me on this? i find that my alarms are not working whenever the phone is off. i... moreYou obviously didn't have previous expirience with smartphones. Every smartphone nowadays ( iOS, Android, Windows Mobile) needs to be powered on for an alarm. This is usually not problem since almost all of them needs charging once a day and it's usually during the night.
Only some dummyphones can turn on minute before alarm, and turn off after end of alarm, and ftom smartphones, only EPOC based (SymbianOS) could do that.
AnonD-542, 07 Apr 2013Tell me the model of your headphone..... I didn't get the point 'Sound better in iPhone'... wh... moreyep sirr m talking about music...in xperia p its own handfree of sony works normally no bass..sound is perfect but not that much perfect that i ve listend in my frnds iphone with same handfree :P..i think in xperia p its own handfree gives this limited sound..beacause if i use any other handfree like beats audio...its simply superb
uledison, 07 Apr 2013can anyone help me on this? i find that my alarms are not working whenever the phone is off. i... moresirr its an android phn..there is an option of airplane mode...if u want dat nobdy dstrbs u at nyt..thn put it on airplane mode...in othr non android phns u can put it off bt still alarm will work but in android put ur phn to airplane mode..if u switch it off alarm wont work lol