AnonD-43136, 31 Jul 2013Standby time is excellent but intensive usage drains battery fairly quickly! Best phone in thi... moreI made a mistake - xperia sp battery is not removable but should still offer far superior standby and usage!
Ol, 31 Jul 2013Thank you very much for your input. But do you happen to know if Xperia T is working as a hots... moreShould work has hotspot for any device! It works with partners xperia tipo! Also has bluetooth hotspot that works with xperia lww! I dont use samsung tabs so I cant comment any further!:-(
AnonD-43136, 31 Jul 2013Standby time is excellent but intensive usage drains battery fairly quickly! Best phone in thi... moreThank you very much for your input. But do you happen to know if Xperia T is working as a hotspot for samsung galaxy tab 2 or are they incompatible?
Ol, 31 Jul 2013Hi, Did anyone try to tether from Sony Xperia T to wi-fi samsung galaxy tab 2? Does it work... moreStandby time is excellent but intensive usage drains battery fairly quickly! Best phone in this price range is nexus 4 although no micro sd card is its flaw! I thought about s3 mini at £200 on 3! Instead I bought used xperia T for £210 and now they are £190 in CEX! Trust me xperia T has better screen, more powerful processor and graphics chip! Only downside is it takes about 2hours to charge! Also new Xperia SP would be an alternative as its newer , has slightly better specs with everything except its 8mp camera (xperia t has 13mp) and also bigger battery that is removable! SP is getting 4.3jb update for definite too!
Did anyone try to tether from Sony Xperia T to wi-fi samsung galaxy tab 2? Does it work?
My mobile network are suggesting Sony Xperia T for an upgrade. I wanted Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini as apart from calls texts and skype I am occasionally web browsing and don't care much about other features. But I need the phone to tether to my wi-fi samsung galaxy tab 2.
Now, I've read that the samsung phone has a rubbish battery which is a big issue so i am inclined towards Xperia T. My concern is that my tab will not connect to the Sony as it only connects no problem with a samsung phone as far as know but the seller is convincing me it definitely will work as my tab and the Sony both are androids.
So any feedback on that aspect please?
sony xperia t 3g services avaiable or not i had broght 3g card but that card not working which card 3g or 2g working please inform my sont xperia t internet not working
internet not working this xperia t 3g services available or 2g services available but i had purchage 3g internet card that 3g card not working which card 3g or 2g services working this sony xperia t please inform
Does it has an option to share files through wifi? like samsung
or we have to install third party applications for wifi direct ???
AnonD-43136, 27 Jul 2013Turn off any processes that are not needed, like GPS and WiFi when not using. Keep screen brig... moreThank you Steve & James..!!
appreciate your help...
I was thinking about totally screwed up beyond this mob.. Actually i was planned to take Lumia 720 but i got this mob from ebay, and i had lot of searches abt this mob and finally i come to know that this is a BOND mobile so i concluded to buy this mob,, but now hooooo.. i need little extra tips for saving the battery ( i hv done these.."remove lots of apps, brightness is 1%, not gaming recently, ) only think i can appreciate this mob is we can watch movies long time no battery down as well as speaking to someone...but internet or chatting via whatsapp,FB is too bad
AnonD-161239, 27 Jul 2013NO.V and Z are waterproof.Xperia V has only 4.3 inch screen though - but - is actually lighter than xperia T! Also I keep hearing about the 'SLEEP OF DEATH' on xperia T and V! Does it happen on 4.1.2? I know it can happen on 4.0.4, is their a update to fix this? Im running .40 version with the walkman bug fix but what is .41. For? Is it just a regional variation?
Rajeshbond, 26 Jul 2013Hi Shyyawn Glad to see whatever i think about this mob,but i hardly worrying about the butter... moreTurn off any processes that are not needed, like GPS and WiFi when not using. Keep screen brightness as low as you can manage and switch off that auto brightness. Mine is used at 50% brightness. Gaming and browsing do affect battery drain very much so. Standby time is great, also kill any unused apps and clear the cache on as much as you can. I use fast reboot and app cache cleaner. Turn off touch vibration as well. Batterry drain will always be an issue when the screen is on because it is quite big and remember that it's a 720phd screen so there's a lot of pixels that are being used. I'm happy with my xperia t because I got it for under half the brand new price. I wouldn't have been happy with the battery life if I'd paid full. Still it's great for everything else. I had my phone on standby while I was out and the battery was still 100% 2HOURS after charge. So to preserve battery, do the things I've mentioned and remember to keep display brightness to a minimum as this is the battery killer.
AnonD-166307, 26 Jul 2013is Xperia T waterproof? NO.V and Z are waterproof.
AnonD-167259, 21 Jul 2013I bought Sony Xperia T on Friday (2 days ago). And I am really happy with the device. Mine is ... moreHi Shyyawn
Glad to see whatever i think about this mob,but i hardly worrying about the buttery backup.. when i use the mob for few min the battery points get low very quickly, i even decreased the display brightness in 1'st point, i'm very new to the android so may be my fault that cant handle the android.. can you give some idea for consuming the battery... thanks in advance
After upgrading it to 4.1 will it works smoothly without any problem
Anonymous, 25 Jul 2013is it support otg(on the go) cable? no.charger also not working.ywhy is it happen??
AnonD-168035, 23 Jul 2013This morning i returned My Xperia T for the 2 time in a month. I got this phone 2 months ago. ... moreMy old xperia lww did this but was solved by removing battery! Obviously you cant remove battery in xperia t so I suggest to close apps when not in use so you can avoid the phone crashing!