who tu check the phone is refurish or not? please tell me any one i am worried aout this i uy a xperia p its wifi is very slow
jeena, 06 Apr 2014thank you very much for making me understand in the best way,well whats the use of that softwa... moreES File explorer gives you possibility to see files on your smartphone in same manner like on PC (using File Explorer or similar software)
You need file shredding software only if you worry passionately about your security, otherwise, use your phone/PC as usually, and do this deletion process only when selling or disposing your device.
AnonD-68375, 06 Apr 2014jeena, It's difficult to explain it without writing long posts tedious for reading. I wa... morethank you very much for making me understand in the best way,well whats the use of that software sir?I downloaded it when you said,should I use file shredders in future?
jeena, 05 Apr 2014iam worried about the pictures that are deleted before,one of my friend told me that the photo... morejeena,
It's difficult to explain it without writing long posts tedious for reading.
I wasn't using any special terms. So let's explain why deleting everything and then copying huge files.
When you delete some file from your smartphone (or PC-s hard-disk) you are not deleting actual file, but just pointer to the specific file in the internal 'address book' which tells to your smartphone what file you stored on the memory, and where it is.
This way, deleting any file, no matter how big it is, takes same amount of time (very, very fast) but leave actual data on disk, until some new data overwrites it.
Programs that 'undelete' files works in a way that they scan memory without using 'address book', and they can restore files that have been deleted, but not overwritten.
So, if you delete your pictures from your smartphone, pictures information would still be there, but regular OS programs would not be able to 'see' it (because they are not in 'address book').
But, if your transfer some files to your smartphone they will overwrite previous data (including your pictures information).
I mentioned movies, because they are big enough to fill your smartphone memory fast, otherwise, you would need to copy very long number of smaller files.
After you fill up all your memory with some files, and delete them, 'undeleting' will discover these movies, but not your pictures (because the files you transferred from your PC actually deleted your pictures).
Happy now? :-)
AnonD-68375, 04 Apr 2014Your pictures and files are stored in /sdcard folder on your phones memory. This part is not a... moreiam worried about the pictures that are deleted before,one of my friend told me that the photos that I delted can also be recovered,whats the use of es manager then?I didnt understand about the huge file,you told about copying movies na?please help me,am not technicaly good,so please use basic terms,because I don't know much about mobiles.thank you very much for your reply.
reni, 04 Apr 2014hi maxym,are you there in Facebook.why don't you start a page in Facebook to answer the queries?Yup, I am on Facebook, but I think people who have problems will likely find this page than me on Facebook. And beside, I prefer to keep only my real friends (and some acquaintances) on Facebook.
jeena, 04 Apr 2014hi.am going to sell my phone,am afraid that anyone who buy this will recover my photos and fil... moreYour pictures and files are stored in /sdcard folder on your phones memory. This part is not affected by Factory reset procedure or update to new OS (it would be very awkward if OS update would erase user files.
You can install some file browser like ES File Explorer and manually delete all files and folders in /sdcard (you can delete pictures inside Album app), and the (to be sure that no one can undelete your files, you can copy couple of huge files (preferably movies) from your PC to the Phone memory until it's full. Then delete these files again, and that should do the trick.
ZIL_44, 24 Mar 2014Sony Xperia P is very nice. Most of people here writes something like bad battery or similar. ... moreare you using your phone or just keeping on the desk and watching. don't make this kind of stupid comedy
hi.am going to sell my phone,am afraid that anyone who buy this will recover my photos and files,what should I do?is there any use by resetting the phone or by updating into jb?help me,thanks in.advance :-)
hi maxym,are you there in Facebook.why don't you start a page in Facebook to answer the queries?
ZIL_44, 24 Mar 2014Sony Xperia P is very nice. Most of people here writes something like bad battery or similar. ... moreDo you experienced any call lags after updating to jellybean? And how do you fix them?
tin, 30 Mar 2014It hangs everytime I answer the phone when someone is calling. Ive been experiencing this sinc... moreDude i have the same proplem with my phone , i don't know if reupdating will resolve this problem or not !!
It hangs everytime I answer the phone when someone is calling. Ive been experiencing this since I bought it last june 2013. It fixed the problem when I reupdated the OS, but acting up again. Please help.
i am using this phone since august 2013 best phone no problem and you can also connect usb or sd card through otg cable camera result is awesome than other first learn how to use camera than post your opinion many people have its flash problem in night or dim light so turn it to party mode and ev must be 0.3-1 than take the photo with flash battery is not so weak but if you turn off your phone and recharge it from 0-100 it takes hardly 60-70 minutes
Sony Xperia P is very nice. Most of people here writes something like bad battery or similar. If you configurate it correctly it works nice. My Xperias battery works 2-3 days with no problems. Nice display, bright display and honestly 4 inch is just enough. Not to big not too small. Don't be stupid. Learn to use phone and then say something about the phone.