danial, 05 Dec 2012Hi.Thanks for ur answer,But If i update my phone to ics how to reset back?Danial I didn't mean to go back to previous version by resetting. Reset means factory reset. You will still use ICS but your phone will go to initial setting.
So Make sure before resetting that you make a Google account and synchronize your contacts. Bcuz your mobile is going to be like new deleting everything including apps, but not internal memory unless you opt to do so.
AnonD-78229, 05 Dec 2012Your info is quite helpful, but RAM does matter, doesn't it? 512mb RAM is less efficient than ... moreAbsolutely. More memory is always good, but "full" memory in Linux based systems is rarely as much of a problem as it may appear to those unfamiliar with good quality (i.e. non Microsoft) memory management strategies.
AnonD-55262, 05 Dec 2012So long as background apps are sleeping (an app such as Watchdog Lite will tell you CPU usage ... moreYour info is quite helpful, but RAM does matter, doesn't it? 512mb RAM is less efficient than 1gb RAM.
Its camera is very poor,
tough to capture a picture,
auto focus makes toooo much time to
caputure a picture.
we cannot identify the picture capured or not.
is it ok that it has no memory card slot? is 8gb is enough? help me please
I have xperia u si1261-8812. Still didnt recived ics. Can any 1 tell me when it will be available.
which one is better phone? Nokia lumia 610 or xperia u? And what about battery timing of xperia on heavy usage of applications and in 3g.. Is it sufficient for 5 to 6 hours using skype call?
lofe, 04 Dec 2012Which one should I buy? Xperia U or Iphone 4?I don't know how u make this comparison as Iphone4 costs twice the price of Xperia U. If u can afford Iphone 4, then definitely go for it.
danial, 05 Dec 2012eeeerrrrrrrmmmmmmmmmm still not understant.I'm From Malaysia and My english not so good.I'm ju... moreAh, OK :) Well so long as you install PC Companion or have Windows Media Player 11 or above, you should just be able to plug in the phone to USB and upload your albums into the Music folder. At typical mp3 file sizes, you should get about 1000 songs on.
i am using xperia u handst in that the flash is not working properly is that problem is in my handset or else in the xperia u model
AnonD-55262, 05 Dec 2012Fastest uploading is via USB. Unfortunately the phone does not use USB mass storage, so it's n... moreeeeerrrrrrrmmmmmmmmmm still not understant.I'm From Malaysia and My english not so good.I'm just 12 year old.
AnonD-78229, 05 Dec 2012You shouldn't be worried about the ram. Just make sure there are not many apps at background r... moreSo long as background apps are sleeping (an app such as Watchdog Lite will tell you CPU usage of each, and spot if anything is being over-hungry) it doesn't matter if there are lots of apps listed as being in memory. Android is based on Linux, which (unlike Windows, which most people are used to) works most efficiently when memory is full of such "cached" applications. It means that when you switch apps or relaunch, it can do so much quicker, and save battery having to reload and restart them. If Android needs the memory for an active app, that will always take priority. In any case, if you manually terminate a sleeping app, in many cases it will immediately restart anyway, so it'll still be there and you've wasted both battery and your time!
want 2 buy dis phone, 05 Dec 2012Hey guys.This phone not support Micro SD.So How to put song and how many sony we can put.ThanksFastest uploading is via USB. Unfortunately the phone does not use USB mass storage, so it's not quite as neat as it could be. Instead it uses MTP, which is not quite so reliable connecting and has a few other disadvantages. Windows users will need either PC Companion or Windows Media Player 11 or higher in order to provide the right drivers to connect. Users of other operating systems (Linux, MacOSX etc) may well be able to connect without additional drivers.
You can also use the thoroughly excellent AirDroid app to connect and upload wirelessly, though the speed is then limited to that of your wi-fi network - almost certainly slower than the USB option but possibly more convenient.
As for how many songs, that depends on length of songs and encoding quality. Assuming 4 minute songs at 128kb/s encoding, 4GB will hold about 1000 songs.
danial, 05 Dec 2012Hi.Thanks for ur answer,But If i update my phone to ics how to reset back?Officially you can't - or not without going to a Sony service centre and probably paying. IF you have a file copy of the 2.3.7 image, there are allegedly ways involving rooting and flashing (and invalidating your warranty), but that's all mumbo jumbo to me :)
Hey guys.This phone not support Micro SD.So How to put song and how many sony we can put.Thanks
AnonD-78229, 05 Dec 2012I updated my xperia u to ICS,and the performance of my phone went down to very poor. Then, I d... moreHi.Thanks for ur answer,But If i update my phone to ics how to reset back?
danial, 05 Dec 2012Hi everyone.Shold I update my phone to ics or just stay with Gingerbread? Because I see many p... moreI updated my xperia u to ICS,and the performance of my phone went down to very poor. Then, I did reset my phone now it is better. But I don't know for how long. So stay with ginger bread. I'll let you know the performance after few days when phone gets heavy with more app data.
You may update to ICS, but reset your mobile after update. And you may need to reset again after few days if performance again went down which I want to test. Hope this would not occur.
AnonD-85515, 04 Dec 2012Just got xperia u 2days back..its ma 1st android..& wowww..awesum phone..fell in luv wit i... moreYou shouldn't be worried about the ram. Just make sure there are not many apps at background running. It would consume ur ram. I have 150+ apps in my mobile right now, and it's working fine.