yesterday i have bought a new X10 mini. can anyone tell me how to send or receive contacts using blue tooth or sms? Can I receive a vCArd and store as a contact? I do not see the option of sending the contacts from my X10 mini either as a sms or via Bluetooth? can anyone guide me? - shankar
Having some issues around the picture messaging: Android 2.1 Nordic x10i, just sayings "message cannot download" - I can send but I cannot receive. Rogers Wireless. Any ideas? I flashed my x10a to an x10i and manually entered in all the settings for Rogers:
Name: Rogers MMS APN: media.com Username: media Password: mda01 Server: 172.25.0.107 MMSC :http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy: 10.128.1.69 MMS Port: 80 MCC: 302 MNC: 72 (If that doesn't work try 720, its already filled in, leave it at what it is) APN Type: mms
Phone has been working fine for about 2 months with data, MMS and 3G with 3 POP accounts and 1 Exchange account all sync'd up and working. Then, on Sat at around 7:30pm I realized the phone was no longer getting emails (Outlook was chiming away but phone on desk eerily quite). Picked it up and noticed 3G indicator wasn't there. Recycled power - No change. Updated firmware to R2BA020 - No change. The APN settings are correct and haven't been changed since working. AT&T Unlimited data plan is in good standing. So, although nothing has changed, I can no longer get any data (email/web/facebook/etc.) nor can I send or receive MMS. All of these work if I turn WiFi on but not over the cell network.
X10a 2.1 I can't receive txts/mms but I can send them. It was working fine yesterday, but then out of nowhere it stopped working, I've been asking friends from different carriers, emails, etc to send me TXTs and MMS but I still can't receive them, I contacted my Network and they did OTA update, I even did it manually deleting the APN searching for the network etc. but same issue, I can send txts/mms but I can NOT receive them. any suggestions?
Hello all, I have a great problem with my XPERIA X10 Mini Pro. I am not able to receive any files from my PC (Vaio, Widows Vista). When ever I try to send a file using Bluetooth I receive an error message (even if mobile is paired with pc). This is the same case with other mobile phones also (not able to receive files from other mobile phones using Bluetooth), and at times my device is not even discovered (Please note that I have made my device discoverable and know that it will remain discoverable for 120 seconds only)
Another problem I have encountered with Bluetooth is that when paired with my laptop the phone automatically answers to incoming calls.
I have try sending and recieve stuff to and from HTC HD2 and my previous W995, and i dont have problem. But recently when i tried to send the Motorola (its an andriod phone but i dunno the model), it cannot go though.
New Sony Ericson Experia Mini. Bluetooth will detsct other phones and pair. Now the problem is this. When the phones visibility is on (form a poxy 120 secs) no other phone in my house can find it or send it any files etc. Is there a general problem with bluetooth on this phone that i am unaware of?
Is there a way to retrieve stuff you sent to the trash? I deleted the large Sony Ericsson box/logo thing that was in the middle of the main screen when I got phone. I'm not totally sure why, but I want it back. I dragged and deleted it by mistake trying to drag from one page to the other. Can I get it back?
Picked up my X10 yesterday from Vodafone and I am loving it! Always had SE and when I heard about this little beauty I couldn't wait to get it! My first Android phone so still getting used to it! Been reading through loads of Threads about Tone Picker and stuff and its sorted me right out, one thing which I cant do it make Folders in my Menu to tidy it up a bit? For example I wanna put all the Moxier (Calendar, contacts, Mail etc) into one folder so it looks let bogged up! Can you even add folders and move stuff?
This is my first android phone and im having some problems with the bluetooth. Im trying to send my contacts over bluetooth from my old sony ericsson but it doesnt seem to be going smoothly, i would say its all down to me! Basically i have got the bluetooth on for both phones, the desire is set to be discoverable and i try to send the contacts via bluetooth on the SE. I get the whole passcode and accept the file which i have done, but then it says again about accepting the file. Ive tried it a few times and i have 3 bluetooth icons at the top of my screen now which i imagine are for transferring files which need accepting. Is there anywhere i can to accept them or close them down?
I recently purchased an unlocked Sony Xperia SX SO-05D and am using it outside of Japan. I am not able to send or receive any MMS messages. I have updated the APN settings so that I'm able to get on the internet via data. When I go to the settings in the messaging app there's not even any options/setting for MMS like there was on my Xperia go.
First, am I the only one who really is missing out on so much because of the lack of flash? Apart from YouTube, I can't watch anything that involves a video, and for me, that's quite a lot. Any latest news? I did ask before and I was told something about when it gets rolled out isn't the same as when we can actually use it. Can anyone elaborate? Also, when a webpage automatically changes to mobile friendly (e.g. ITV.com) and doesn't have the option that you normally find at the bottom of the page to change to desktop version, is there anyway to change it?
The Xperia X2 has been functioning a lot better ever since the last update but there are still issues which keep croppping up. My memory card deletes stuff on it automatically, the phone cannot read it at times and there is no way I can seem to format it either. The manual is of no help and mailing their service centre is pointless as well. So anyone have any solution as to how to format the memory card on the X2,
I was unable to receive MMS messages since upgrading to 2.1. I spoke to voda and now have the fix for anyone having problems. It may work on other networks, it may not, but it definitely sorted it for me on vodafone. Anyway, here goes:
Click on settings. Click on Wireless & Networks. Click on Mobile Networks. Click on Access Point Names. Click the Menu Button, (Left hand silver button at bottom of phone). Click Reset To Default.
Once you have done the above, turn off your phone, remove your battery and sim card, and wait at least 10 seconds and then replace your sim card and battery. Turn your phone back on and job done, you can now receive MMS texts again. But do note, any previously received MMS texts will still be un-openable so you will need to ask the sender to resend.
Just got the mobile 3 days back.I am unable to make or receive calls on X10 from yesterday. Have tried the following things : 1) Switching Off 2) Updating the software. But both these methods have not helped. Able to use WAP/GPRS but calls are not getting connected. Have tried to change the call waiting settings, phone says Network or Sim Card Error.Signal strength is also pretty decent (3-4 bars). I have tried my sim in other phones Nokia, Samsung, and it works perfectly fine.Have tried other sims on X10 and they too are showing the same error. Can't figure out what the problem is?
After a couple of days the phone is unable to make or receive calls, or send or receive txt messages.If I try and make a call it attempts to start the call, but immediately comes back with unavailable. Incoming calls go straight to voicemail. Outgoing txt messages don't work. What is strange is that if I try and browse the web (over 3G) then that works fine! I have tried doing a network scan again, and reregistering to Tmobile, but that doesn't make a difference.
If I turn the phone off and on again, then it is fine and all calls/txts are working again. I have seen this 4 times now with my phone. It doesn't always happen, but it has happened a few times now which is worrying. The annoying thing is that you obviously don't know when incoming calls stop. You only find out the problem has occured when you attempt to make a call or send a TXT.