Rajithaj, 28 Jul 2013Does anyone know how to fix this 2g connection bug ???????You have to downgrade to ics by installing custom rom or by using flashtool.SONY is not helping to fix issue.
M already frustated by updaing jb.
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2013does anyone know how to overcome 2g connection problemu may connect on 3g settings...plz elaborate wt u actually want to know?
usman Tariq, 24 Jul 2013Finally. I Recived 6.2.B.6.0.0 in Karachi, Pakistan... I Read Here Peopel Comments its has pr... moreme from lahore Pakistan there is not any 6.2.B.6.0.0 updates me still on 6,2.B.0.211 I also have 2G problem in 211 update some tIme works fine and some time not even connect
How Does play sony xperia s hd 720p or 1080p movies. I have installed mx player. When i play any hd 720p or 1080p video there is a some sound problem. Sometime audio sound stop for some second and display some time feel like a slow motion. Also Sony xperia s media player does not support 720p or 1080p video.Please help me.
guys go to the setting menu and then apps go to all app and disable the internal apps and then see the change in the battery life
mr gvc, 26 Jul 2013anyone who could aid me in using the internet sim card on the fon?what should i do to activate... moreyou should have to get the settings first by typing GOHandset Model then send it to 2951, install the settings. To start activate, enable your 'Data Enable' or Mobile Data
anyone who could aid me in using the internet sim card on the fon?what should i do to activate it?i am using a globe internet sim..thanks!
it for last few week n facin problm wit dis...battry lif...it last jus for...abt 3 4 hrs....whil usin 2g........n m havin jb 4.1.2
kevi, 24 Jul 2013me usin Xperia s for last 7 months.. its was gud until last week.. but rite nw am havin a huge... moretry a software repair and c if it happens. if not , ur problem is solved. if it does repeat, take it to the service center and tell them about the problem and tell them u have already done a software repair and the problem still percist. as per my knowledge it is a hardware problem. mayb they might change your motherboard. take a complete back up before u give it .
AnonD-127374, 22 Jul 2013After the update 6.2.b.0.200 phone has improved a lot camera clarity has increaded flash has... morebut theirs is lag on full hd vd recrd and had some lag but its better thn ics
shm, 22 Jul 2013thanx..what about xperia acro s lt26w? is it better than xperia tx? i'm cofused..first time sony..acro s is similier to xperia s but acro s is launched android os ics with add some good its waterproof
and xperia tx is not waterproof but its had new chipset and processor and camera upgrade from 12 to 13 mg
but i suggest u go try by u own on sony centre
This really hurts me say this, but being a seasoned Sony Ericsson user for the last 10 years, this has got to have been the worst phone I have ever owned, even worse than the K850i which I had trouble with a few years back (but music player was great though) and they gave us the truly fab W995, which although not a smartphone (and why I parted with it) gave me absolutely no trouble at all and was a killer music phone with sensational sound.
The thing that really hurts is that I really wanted to like the S as it had jaw-dropping specs and was fast when it worked.
But it has been as unreliable as sin as the phone has constantly been 'freezing' for what just started as for a few minutes started turning into a few hours. I have persevered with it but felt that enough was enough. I have now switched to the Xperia Z and all I can say up to now is so far so good.
Sony had true potential with the S, but was just a handover from the Sony Ericsson days.
Come one now, you can do better than this and the Z proves it.
Sony confirms Android 4.3 for Xperia Z series and Xperia SP
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JB XperiaWow, Sony is quick off the mark to officially confirm a number of Xperia devices that will be getting Android 4.3. This includes the Sony Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia ZR, Xperia Z Ultra, Xperia Tablet Z and the Xperia SP.
In an interesting twist, Sony has also confirmed that they will be upgrading some handsets directly from Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to Android 4.3. We don’t have any details on which handsets they will be, but it’s great news nonetheless.