Anonymous, 12 Mar 2015why are you falsely trolling its repairable.it just takes 2-3 weeks.its repairable.right?after coming from Sony center only I am sending this to every one.
[deleted post]why are you falsely trolling
its repairable.it just takes 2-3 weeks.its repairable.right?
I wanna buy a xperia next week which series i should buy z2 or z3
pls help me in this
AnonD-371646, 06 Mar 2015Hey guys i need some help. I am considering z2/z3 but which one should I choose? Which is better?go for Z3...
performance better than Z2
& it looks premium for its design...
Z2 have lots of issue
heating problem....(sometimess it creat self creaking it's back glass)
slightly lag available
Camera suddenly closed.....last year i was the owner of Z2....i faced lots of problem with it
now I am owner of Z3...& I feel much better with Xperia Z3...
my opinion... Don't go for Z2
i planned to buy a new phone,so i have 5 choices:
1.sony xperia z2
4.sony xperia z ultra
5.asus padfone s
to be considered:
-.i like photography
-.i'm social media maniac
-.i'm not a gamer(but still love game)
-.i dont like something complex
-.i pick phone based on the design(primary) and hardware
-.i want a phone for long-term use
-.i'm a student,i planned to use it for study too
so which phone should i get?thank you!
redge, 05 Mar 2015what do you mean AP version?Ap version mean imported phone.no big deal jus warranty r not from sony
vikkygame, 10 Mar 2015Thanks.. That is helpful.. you can also install the app CPU Z in playstore.. it requires a same procedure on testing the pressure though.
Hey Guys this is a fantbulous device and I though the following might help you...
The following content was copied from the xda-forums .
Originally Posted by Bäcker
Did you ever wonder if your device is really waterproof but do not want to find that out by dunking it in water?
Here is a test which uses just the phone and it's service mode (or any barometer app).
1. dial *#*#7378423#*#*
2. go to "Service Tests"
3. go to "pressure sensor"
4. slightly compress the phone using your thumb and index finger by pressing on the display and back
SLIGHT PRESSURE. Not like breaking mode please! This is not a crush-your-phone contest!
--> if all seals are intact the pressure should rise. Your phone with intact seals is a closed system. If you compress the volume the pressure goes up as a result. If any of the seals is compromised pressure will not rise.
Note: pressure will decrease automatically - that might be a result of the sensor adjusting, it will not go back to it's original value until you relieve the pressure.
credit for the original idea goes to User Alik from the German Android-Hilfe.de forums...