Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 :: Can't Get Keypad To Come Up When Dial 333 To Connect To Voicemail / Fix It?
Sep 2, 2010
I just bought an Xperia x10 with 3 mobile. When I dial 333 to connect to my voicemail I can't get the keypad to come up and therefore can't navigate through the 3 voicemail service. I can only listen to my first message, can't delete, save or move to next message. Please help me in my struggle to bring up the keyboard or my Xperia gets a hose head in its bed.
This is probably a stupid question, but how do I set up speed dials on my X10? When i got it they set it up at Rogers so I can hold down the 1 button on the dialer and it goes to retrieve voice mail. I want to add a 2, 3, etc but cant figure it out.
Seriously, 2.1 still doesn't do voice dialing over Bluetooth. I have been patiently waiting for 2.1 to come out and finally installed it tonight. Fired it up and there still isn't a way to voice dial over Bluetooth? This is nuts! I am getting rid of this piece of crap! I am done unless I am missing something.
I have a serious error on mobile now, I have both updated and restored the phone a few times. The problem is that I can not dial out or text message. But the Wap function works perfect!When I try to call the call terminated before it connect ! when I try to text message, you can not pour.
When I try to use voice dial on my X10 it does not work. Not even close, never. I either get a list of phone numbers I don't recognize (998-xxx-xxx, etc) or after clearly saying "call voice mail" it comes up with "open calendar". Do I need to train it to my voice, or does it just not work? Is there another ap out there that works? Before got this I had heard rave revews about android voice dialing, now I am very disappointed.
I have loaded the pc companion software and managed to connect my phone to my pc, but I am unable to use my phone as a dial-up modem. The pc companion software seems to have no function to do this. The Internet on my phone works fine. How do I set up my experia x10 mini to use it as a dial-up modem?
I ahve checked the signal strength and its fine and 3G is working but still not connection. I had a software update come through recently which told me I needed to go to the Sony Ericsson website to update it.. I tried to do this and it appears I can only update it using a PC as its not compatiable with a Mac computer (which I have). I have tried running the software update on the phone and as it can't connect to the internet it wint update anything.. so Im stuck in a circle now.
I switched my isp, and they gave me a wireless router+modem (dlink dsl-2540b) preconfigured. i can connect my both computers and ipod, but my xperia x10 wont connect to it. and im still able to connect @ work, and with my old router. its a thing between the phone and the new router only....
Don't no if its a standard function or a feature that the sony does not have but is there a way we can connect the x10 to a tv and watch our videos on the tv and play games through our phone on the bigger display i have seen this feature on the samsung galaxzy and the iphone 3g
I have been looking for months now, for a way of running the blackberry software on the X1. Its a hot topic around the forums and over on XDA developers, but no one has been able to explain if this is possible for sure. I have the standard ROM that came with the phone, and am with Vodafone.There has been talk of it working, and there has been talk of it not. I have heard that it can run on some HTC models, which leads me to beleive it should also be possible (some how) on the X1.
1.6 ONLY! 2.1 has the options listed below by default.Many University and Business networks use PEAP wireless. Unfortunetly for us x10 users aren't able to connect to these by default. Your instructions on how to connect may tell you to change the EAP type to PEAP which isn't able to be changed in the x10's 1.6 gui. However it is able to be changed with the help of an app.WiFi Advanced Configuration Editor (or WiFiACE) is able to modify these settings for you. I have prepared a step by step guide to help you get connected to your network.