Arslan cool, 09 Nov 2013guyz i have android 4.0.4 in my xperia p i have an upgrade available but when i put it to down... moreMaybe your phone memory is full.
Try downloading update on your PC (with PC Companion or Sony Update Service) and do the update with PC (this way there is no need to use your phone memory for holding installation file with new firmware).
can any one tell me that xperia-p changes light in Home Back and Setting button according to yheme
guyz i have android 4.0.4 in my xperia p i have an upgrade available but when i put it to download it starts to download but when it is nearly to complete it says downloading failed whats the matter with it can u plz help me out from this?? i shall be very thank ful to u..
Bappy, 08 Nov 2013Hey maxym i got my xperia p 6months ago. How can i make battery standby at least 7 hours?What do you mean by 'battery stand by of 7 hours'?!
When I use my phone regularly, I get 16-18 hours of total battery life (active usage + stand by time).
Since lately I mostly use my business phone, so my Xperia P is used only for calls&SMS, wake-up alarm and occasional WiFi surfing, and it's battery lasts almost 3 days (63 hours to be exact).
I'm not sure what are you doing to your Xperia to have such short stand-by time, might be faulty battery, incorrect battery calibration, or you might have active all communication ports (WiFi, BT, HSDPA, and bunch of programs in background).
First, turn off all unnecessary communication, if you are in WiFi area, you don't need 3G or EDGE, turn it off, turn off even WiFi if you are not going to use it for some time, also turn off NFC.
Uninstall all unnecessary programs (anti-virus, task-manager, battery-saver) or any other program that you have installed but not using often, or at all.
I'm quite sure you can get 16 hours battery time usage.
Hey maxym i got my xperia p 6months ago. How can i make battery standby at least 7 hours?
Best phone i ever had as long as you don´t upgrade it to JB, which has lots of bugs...Luckly i was able to flash it back to ICS, and then root it....Great perfomer.
Now i own it´s younger sibling the SP, which is also good in it´s own right. Still the whitemagic screen.. Makes me miss it even more..
when i download any theme or softwere its not working and show that its block android market,and i will try connect my usb debugging several time but its not connected,so what can i do?
maxym, 06 Nov 2013Maybe, if it's compatible (with GPU). I know Asphalt 7 (proper Mali-400 version) worked fine.GPU is not my main concern actually. Since, xp has only 2gig phone memory, with 700mb for android os and ui etc etc.. there is only around 1.2 gig phone memory left, and 11gig for internal memory. Asphalt 8 is like 1.4gig, will it be downloaded directly to the internal memory?
rahul09, 30 Sep 2013Rooted my phone to ICS back from JB since JB was giving me a headache...
I... moreHi friend
Can u please guide me how can i flash back from JB to ICS
fedup with this JB
maxym, 06 Nov 2013You can 'downgrade' to any previous version of Android, as long as you have proper *.ftf file ... moreThanq maxym.. I will try this weekend and if i have any doubt will let you know and please guide me.
Ram, 05 Nov 2013Can we revert back OS to the old version!
Now i am using Jelly bean i want to revert back t... moreYou can 'downgrade' to any previous version of Android, as long as you have proper *.ftf file (firmware in flashable format).
The process is quite easy to perform, even for newbies, you just have to follow the procedure step-by-step.
Yo can find all the informations on xda-developers pages in Xperia P section, just search for Flashtool).
zedy, 06 Nov 2013I've got my Sony Experia P phone, it has just went off with no reason, it was fully charged. ... moreTry to read this page first, and then ask questions. This one is already answered here (couple posts down).
Wardatrigger, 06 Nov 2013The Jellybean update is not entirely perfect.
* The front facing camera now freezes too oft... moreThe bugs you explained are probably not the because of buggy firmware (otherwise it would be too buggy to release) but rather from problematic update procedure.
Since JB was release with one release for multiple previous regions, it's also likely that these bugs are not related to various firmware versions.
I propose to you to perform Repair of Xperia P through PCC or SUS (I have already posted detail procedure multiple times here), and perform couple full charge-discharge cycles, and that will solve your problems.
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2013Is it possible to download asphalt 8?Maybe, if it's compatible (with GPU). I know Asphalt 7 (proper Mali-400 version) worked fine.
Wardatrigger, 06 Nov 2013The Jellybean update is not entirely perfect. * The front facing camera now freezes too oft... morewhere did you purchase your phone? it seems particular regions have these bugs.. a lot of people do not have it.. sadly i have these too
I've got my Sony Experia P phone, it has just went off with no reason, it was fully charged.
Am trying to re-switch it on it doesn't respond, I've even tried to recharge it with no response,
Can anybody give me a hint on how to switch it on?
The Jellybean update is not entirely perfect.
* The front facing camera now freezes too often to be useable
* When a call comes in the vibration and ring tone sometimes continue over the call itself
* Battery level % rises and falls dramatically, sometimes shutting down the phone when over 15% full
* When switching on WiFi it frequently restarts
maxym, 05 Nov 2013I am glad I could help you. Enjoy your Xperia P.Is it possible to download asphalt 8?
Ram, 05 Nov 2013Hello
I have an sony Xperia P. It has been updated with Jelly bean.
After updating with ... moreDo System Repair through PC Companion or Sony Update Service (search for detailed procedure in my older posts).
Alternatively, you can install Phone.app version of Xperia T (search for details on xda-developers forum) if you have rooted phone.