Anonymous, 29 Jan 2013I have a problem with my xperia P..I brought it 1 week back. the display turns on and off few ... moremaybe your adaptor for d charger is loose, i had d same prob with my hd7 i thought that there was something with wrong the phone
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2013I have a problem with my xperia P..I brought it 1 week back. the display turns on and off few ... moreDo a factory reset.Pull out battery for a minute and put it back.If all fails reinstall the os.
saranm, 29 Jan 2013hi guys,what about battery.it is non removeal.If we face any problem means what ill do?Have your tried to read at least 2-3 pages of comments here?!
This is not the first, nor the last smartphone with 'integrated' battery. In case of battery malfunction you can replace it by sending it to Sony Service Center, local smartphone Repair Center, or You can do it by yourself (first You need to buy new battery, probably from ebay.com) if You are not afraid to tinker with your smartphone.
Battery itself will last at least 2-2.5 years, and until then You will probably buy something else.
hi guys,what about battery.it is non removeal.If we face any problem means what ill do?
Excellent Phone.. with high features and latest tech including NFC. Great visibility in day light...
However, sometime bottom marked with 'Xperia' seems extra with no usage.. without it may be an exception ideal size from existing to ideal pocket size with 4" screen.
Firt phone gives impression of leaving behind IPHONE..
I have a problem with my xperia P..I brought it 1 week back. the display turns on and off few times while charging the phone(this is happening like once in every 10 minutes )...please give a feed back.
waqas, 29 Jan 2013My problem is that my menu key which is left of home key works but for that i have to apply bi... moreYou have got something wrong, Menu 'key' is to the RIGHT of the Home 'key', and to the left is Back 'key'.
Anyway these are the 'sensor keys' so pressure amount shouldn't make any difference to functionality. You might have to visit local repair center.
shrut, 29 Jan 2013Does the Sony Xperia P comes with ICS 4.0 out of the Box?? Or the 2.3.5 Gingerbread? Please so... moreBy now, probably all Xperia P comes with ICS. (New phones comes with ICS, only some very old stock could be GB).
Does the Sony Xperia P comes with ICS 4.0 out of the Box?? Or the 2.3.5 Gingerbread? Please someone guide me.
My problem is that my menu key which is left of home key works but for that i have to apply bit more pressure than back n home key . Has anyone noticed the same issue?
Hi i would like to ask how to long last my battery life? It only take 4hours after charging..thank u
ok i just updated my phone to the latest update posted. i'll still observe using my usual settings.
for the led lights, sometimes it's not fairly distributed (the middle one is weaker compared to the others) but gets back to normal when restarting the phone. or even when the screen is locked for a long time then turned on. and just like posted, not much of a difference though.
speedy, 28 Jan 2013really? did you flashed it by yourself or you updated it within android? in what country do yo... moreI have that version too. I think the update is limited to some phones with particular release batch. There is no big difference.
taexa, 27 Jan 2013-yahh i agree the battery drain so fast...Remove timescape feeds etc., disable facebook integration, remove weather widget and set extended standby from settings
Hello guys. I'm using my Xperia P for almost 2 months now and for me, this is a superb phone. But I noticed one small problem, I found that the LED lights in the capacitive buttons are not equal in color or intensity. Similar with this problem: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2077529
I want to know if you found this also in your Xperia P.
zubaircpc, 28 Jan 2013After flashing 6.1.1.B.1.75 update, my Xperia P runs smoooth and lasts longer than previous bu... morereally? did you flashed it by yourself or you updated it within android? in what country do you live?
After flashing 6.1.1.B.1.75 update, my Xperia P runs smoooth and lasts longer than previous build. My Phone lasts for 24-36 hours with gaming, messaging, calls, music, and net surfing over wifi.
after a month of using sony xperia P or xP as id like t call it, i'd like to say that it's a very good phone. smooth interface, good audio output, good camera, clear screen and visible even at daylight with the whitemagic technology. although i bought it with ICS out of the box, i didn't have any problems with ICS. the one that annoyed me at start is the battery as it drains very fast. but after tinkering with the settings, the phone can last for more than 24 hours with regular use. on standby, it can last up to 3-4 days.
this phone is dependent on the settings if it runs on ICS especially in the developer options. smooth operation + good performance and specs makes it a very good phone, if you can't afford the xperia S. i'd rate it 4 out 5.