Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 :: Supports AM / FM Radio Firmware Or Software?
Oct 9, 2010
Does anyone know whether the X10 supports FM radio firmware or software? I am quite get use to listening to the AM/FM radio with my previous phone, but I don't know whether this handset supports any FM Radio firmware or software?I am looking forward to receiving any answer of it.
I experienced no problems with the installed firmware (versjon 14) with my X10, but I read on a forum that some people had gotten their device a bit faster and smoother after installing the update that is available (version 16). I installed the update and now I regret and wish I never would have done it.
Now I have the problem with the "a" butten. When I hit the "a" button, I just get that the button was pushed and nothing happens in the textfield, so I have to push the "a" button twice to get something.
I couldn't find my wireless internett that was turned on, and in some of the programs when I write, nothing shows up in the textfield, but I can see that the text registered by the device because I can see the wordexamples coming up as I write. I wonder if there is a way to downgrade to the preinstalled firmware?
Does anyone have a link to the uk 2.1 firmware?I've tried this method Newbies Guide to Rooting X10 and giving you the newest firmware! - xda-developers but I get the java error and I can't find another DeviceID even after uninstalling all the SE software and retrying it all so I was going to flash using this method x10 Flash 2.1 Final + Global World Firmware 2.1 - xda-developers but I'd rather put on the uk firmware than the global one
Simple question - I've got an update via SUES this week and there's a small fault with it (a library file is showing up in the app list). Is there any way I can report this to SE? I don't really want to mail the SE Answers team, but at the moment this looks like the only route.
I have an X10 Mini unbranded, bought in Brazil, having the model number E10a, as I guess everyone in America continent has.
My question is: why do Europe get so many firmware updates and we just stay still? I'm saying that because as I was reading many forums about X10 Mini, I constantly seeing firmware updates, maybe I'm wrong, and the FW numbers differs from E10a and E10i.
So, my question is, FW 1.2.A.1.174 for the E10i is the same as 1.1.A.0.9 for the E10a? If they're both the same, no problem, but I don't think they're the same.
I just ran an update using the SEUS and I have received a couple Vodafone applications and a Sony Ericsson Sync application are there meant to be any other changed that I have missed? Firmware version is still 1.6 Baseband version 1.1.28 Build number is still on 24?
I bought an X10i a few months ago and I was installing PC Companion on my mothers PC when it told me there was an update to the firmware. When I came home on my own PC it told me I was up to date. I uninstalled companion and reinstalled it and was told of the update. When I try to update it goes through the first 2 steps and then tells me to unplug the USB cable from both the PC and Phone, make sure it is charged to 50%, turn off the phone for 5 seconds and plug it back into the PC and while holding the back button plug the USB cable into the phone. When I do this nothing happens the update just sits there. I've tried this with both PC companion and SEUS and then same thing happens on both. I've also tried updating from the phone but it says it's up to date. I'm in Ireland on O2 and my firmware is 1.6 and build is R1FA016.
For about 3 - 4 weeks ago, I had a problem with my phone after updating the firmware, that there would be some source code running in the right side of the screen, I wrote about it in here and some one told me that I should use pc companion to reset my phone, I did it and it helped or at least I thought it helped. The day after my phone ran out off battery, and when it was charged I turned on my phone and the proble was there again, and since then, every time the phone is turned off and back on again I can start with resetting the phone too get the source code away.
So what can I do? Can I restore to the original firmware again or is that impossible? Because I'm so close of throwing the phone on the ground from 3'rd floor and go back to my iphone again. Another problem, I use the program in the phone to backup all my contacts, sms, call info and so on, but when I restore after a reset ALL my contacts is gone, and yes I have marked the contacts to be backed up.
I am using Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro with 1.6 firmware very recently purchased, As i dont have the android market icon, i just done Factory Reset to my handset and after that i noticed that my contacts in the phone book gets errased whenever i switch off my mobile and again switch on my phone book contacts are completely erased..... again i need to restore it from Back up and Restore application which is present defaultly.
So everytime I am Restoring my contacts and again it gets refreshed. I even reinstalled my OS android 1.6 (as 2.1 notification i didn't get) even after reinstalling i am facing the same problem no contacts on my phone book.
Is there any solutions for this ..........? you all guys knows very well that if there is a problem with phone book (contacts) how hectic it is......... no use of using mobiles then......... i am missing the important contacts everytime.
so everytime i am doing back up and doing restoring........ I dont use any synchornized apps.... i use the "Back up & Restore" application which came along with my mobile and I haven't installed any new apps till now....
Actually before doing Factory Reset the phone book worked fine no refreshments of contacts happened.
I bought my phone 3 months ago and I had no problem with it "except the usual low in-call volume and battery life" but then I went on and I updated to R2BA026 firmware. First I did it OTA and the phone started restarting by itself and entering into constant restart loops. So I though it was a defective update and reupdated the device through SEUS to the same version but the problem is still there. The only way to get the device out of the restart loop is to take out the battery for few minutes and then put it back and start it, it works fine for a day or two and then it does the same thing and the problem appears again. I tried removing all applications and removing the memory card but the problem still appears and there is nothing I can do about.
I just bought my SE x10 mini pro and today I said that there was some firmware updates for it. Then I updated the phone through PC companion and followed the screen and after a while the phone was updated. But then my problem started, I have some source code / text running in the upper right corner of my phone screen all the time. Every time I'm starting a new program or returning to home screen I can see the commands the phone is giving. How do I get rid of it?
I have a no-brand (full price, 499 €) X10 bought in Italy as soon as released on the market. I still have the old R1FA014 firmware, and both SEUS and the OTA application say that I already have the most recent firmware. However the rest of the world had R1FA016 and now some operator-branded phones are receiving R2BA020 firmware. How it is possible that branded phones are receiving the update before full price unbranded phones? I'm so dissatisfied with Sony Ericsson. I always had Ericsson phones, but now I'm really disappointed.