Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 :: Conflicting Statements From Sony Ericsson / Regarding Support Of 32 GB Micro Sd Card
Dec 3, 2010
I am planning to buy a 32 gb micro sdhc card for my Xperia X10.However, I have found tons of confusing and conflicting information here on SE forums and all over the net.To my surprise, even Sony Ericsson itself giving conflicting information regarding this.On the product page of Xperia X10 (click this link and click on the specifications), it says that Xperia X10 supports microSD up to 16GB only.Whereas the official Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 White paper (on page no.5) says that it supports -microSD, up to 32 GB. (The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 White paper can be downloaded from this link).Now i urge someone, preferably an SE moderator or staff, to enlighten on this matter and answer how and why SE is giving contradictory and confusing statements regarding the sd card capability and compatibility for the same product?.
I have an Xperia X10 mini. Please could someone tell me how to access the SD card. I can access the album and the music player independently but would like to see what is on my sd card. I cannot seem to find a way to access the card.
I have just bought this phone..x10 mini pro and cant figure out how to change the micro sd card as I have one with larger memory, I have found in the settings menue a feature to unmount the card but how do you actually get it out of the phone? there are no buttons or anything and when it has unmounted it is in the exact same place.I noticed that it re-mounts itself which was handy but I would like to change disk?
I just got X10 with Android. Unlike the blackberry that I used to own I cannot access the microSD card from my linux machine. It detects it but does not open it for file transfers. I replaced the microSD card with the one I had in Blackberry and the phone accepetd it and was able to find all the media files on it. However the linux desktop (Fedora 12) still could not access it. Note this is the same SD card that I used in BB and all the files there were transferred using this linux machine before. Is it something in SE X10 that is blocking this.
Vodafone replaced by x10 xperia due to a fault and the replacement wont switch on with my Micro SD card i took out of my old phone in it. It will however, switch on with it not inserted. Has all my numbers etc on it...any suggestions ?
I just bought xperia 8 recently, a simple, fast yet functional phone. I couldn't figure out how to save files (games, apps) from the browser, play now, market etc. to the micro SD. All it does is download everything to the phone memory and it is getting full now (got tiny harddisk icon on top left screen). Couldn't find any solution in the User's guide - Short version.
My initial doubts about the x10 were over its specs, such as no multitouch and an apparently slow sticky interface
Now they are more about Sony Ericsson and how well they will support the phone with software updates etc. Several bad indications: - Complaints have been made in the past about SE sucking at this for other phones - Phone was due out Jan 18. Arrived more than 2 months later - Phone came out with an old o/s (1.6) while other phones came out with 2.1 at the same time. - SE have said they wont provide an update until the end of the year!! incredibly slow. By then android 2.8 will be out. pathetic
I want to get a well supported phone that is going to improve and evolve.
Reading the new hands on over at Tech Radar has got me pretty excited about the X10 - seems a remarkable beast. But they seem to suggest a lack of widget support on the device - leaving me in a quandery, I love the widget support of the HTC Hero (and its successors), but am truly tempted by the X10s larger screen, its Racheal/Time/Mediascape UI and camera technology.So far, has anyone noticed support for widgets on the device? Obviously certain widgets are redundant with Time/Mediascape, but news, weather widgets are a big draw for me.
All arab users have a huge problem represented by the lack of arabic language in the phone and the SE help center advises us to use Third-Party application that supports arabic language. Is there any intention to support arabic language in the xperia x10 in the coming update or any time in the near or far future?
Almost all major smartphones that have similar specs with the X10 are getting the Froyo 2.2 update treatment in the coming few weeks or in the pipeline and it's amazing that you are still sitting on this with regards to the possibility of this particular update. I hope you do realise that the company are losing customers fast and this will be killing the business as you are effectively flogging phones that are all out of date or not in keeping with the market. I only hope that the news will inevitably put some pressure on you to bring forward these updates including the 2.2 (only if...). The 2.1 update plan at the end of Q3 or beginning of Q4 and with no definitive answer whether the X10 is going to receive the 2.2 update in the future is just not good enough. Unless the 2.2 update comes in early Q4 which is highly unlikely with the way things are going if you are only going to release 2.1 then, it would be pointless.
It's no brainer to release 2.2 straightaway as opposed to the 2.1 update announced and with further updates to tweak the Timescape and Mediascape later on if they are the ones that are holding up the release of the 2.2 update. I am sick of being left in the dark with the 2.2 update. I want a definitive answer if this is going to happen OR NOT! SE's handling of this fast and competitive market is just inept and way to slow. It won't surprise me that you could be following Nokia's footsteps in the next financial year if the current situation continues. I want a phone that comes with the right support and updates it deserves (not out of date within 3 month period!). I am now thinking that perhaps I should get the Samsung Galaxy S instead. SE, please listen to the customers and take action to address what your loyal customers want and deserve.
The Xperia X10 atm, runs at android 1.6, which only recognizes 1 touch at a time on the touchscreen. If Sony ever gives us an update to 2.1, which supports multi-touch,....Can the X10 screen support multi-touch, but restricted by the android version atm only, or is X10's screen only able to support single touch in the first place, and won't matter if android is updated?
As the title basically says it all, my LCD screen has broken. The phone was in my pocket while i was changing a flat tire, after that it was broken. The phone still works, however inside the LCD display has some strange black lines and a piece of the display remains black. I sent several emails through the SE website. The first reaction was that i had sent an email to the wrong support, and that they have forwarded my message to the appropriate support dept. From that request i haven't heard anything yet ( 1 week ago). Since i bought my phone online, the phone originated from Hong Kong. So i sent an email to Hong Kong support. They replied to update the software using the SEUS. I sent them a reply that updating the software didn't help, but i have not received another reply since. I also sent another support request to what i believe is the right support for my location (Aruba, Caribbean), but i didn't get a reply, not even a confirmation of my support request.
So now I don't know what to do with my phone, where I live there is no SE service center or any dealer or anything that can fix it. Any suggestions as to what I can do to get my phone fixed? Many thanks in advance.
I want to install notes mobile client on my x10 mini and use my official mailing system. Does it support. Can any one confirm weather X10 mini supports the lotus notes exchange? The one like it support on Nokia E series phones.
So I did some modding (unfortunately) to the framework-res.apk file and it worked the first time and a few other times but then I changed something and now when I turn on the phone it freezes at the "Sony Ericsson" screen before the logo. What do I do?
I tried pushing the backup framework file but it says "failed to copy framework-res.apk to /sdcard/framework-res.apk: Permission denied
However, when I use adb devices, it does show my device as being attached.
So what can I do now?
I was also able to pull files...
Also tried manually putting the framework-res.apk in the sdcard and then using adb to copy it to the framework folder. Doesnt work. Saids that the directory cannot be open for read. I guess the device cant read the SD card until it boots up.
I saw that there are already a number of discussions about sony erricson synchronization but I cannot find one for this specific message: Synchronization failed. It wouldn't tell me why it failed, it just spits out that generic message after I click "Finish" in the Sony Ericsson Sync Client Wizard.
I'd like to use my X10 to keep all of my contacts' postal addresses in instead of the tatty old address book I carry in my handbag(!) I didn't fancy typing them all into the phone, so thought I would use the Sony Ericsson sync and put them into the pc first via the PC Companion sync application, and set up the sync to transfer them into my phone. I have tried a test run adding only a couple of addresses to my contacts on the pc, and adding one to my phone, but when I do a sync, the addresses don't transfer either way. I know that the actual sync is working because I added photos too and they transfer....... I must be doing something wrong that is easily rectified?