Realjustanjay, 03 Apr 2013Please i wana know if xperia p has the bottom light like the xperia u??? No glowing strip in Xperia P.
Hey guys after ics update I cant use the pics taken from camera as wallpaper or whatsapp profile pic fully.Everytime when I use the use as option the pics have to be cropped cant use full size pics any software to use full size pics.
Im so sick of gingerbread and ics for GOD SAKES sony hurry the hell up with JB
Kanishk Saluja, 03 Apr 2013worst phone xperia p it stops on charging percent :(Just restart the phone whenever it does that
ella, 22 Mar 2013suggest me which phone i have to buy xperia p or xperia zGo 4 z
Won't charge sometimes - won't connect to wifi- could not receive or send calls yesterday, can't log on to some web sites, worst phone I ever had,using my reliable builders phone again.
My xperia P's battery goes down by nearly 20% during night hrs even by activating the "extended standby mode".
i want to nw its molded battery r removable battery please inform.........
nut, 03 Apr 2013Whenz the JB update been rolled out for Xperia P...
Sony disappoints...Why are you so eager to get JB update on Xperia P?!
You will not likely get any new functionality, and major improvement will be in 2D and 3D accelerated graphics (significantly faster web page rendering in browser, and less or no lagging in high demanding games).
As for the battery life, don't expect miracles, actually battery life might be a little shorter due to better usage of graphic acceleration.
And don't forget some new bugs. :-)
Whenz the JB update been rolled out for Xperia P...
Please i wana know if xperia p has the bottom light like the xperia u???
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2013i bought the phone yesterday everything works fine !! but i charge it for 3rd time allready ! ... moreYou have to be patient with new smartphone. It takes couple full charges until it reaches full capacity. Usually first or second charge last only for a couple hours on moderate usage.
Just wait a bit, and don't charge it when batteries are higher then 20%, and charge it all the way up to 100%. (You might turn it of to reach full capacity).