Sony Ericsson :: W660i - How To Format Handset?
I have a Sony Ericsson W660i and I want to remove the Vodafone from it. So the first idea was to format it. If there are any other solutions except this let me know.
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Sony Ericsson :: W660i - Not Receiving SMS From One Number
My phone won't receive any SMS messages from a particular contact. (Just ONE, everyone else works fine.) He can call me and I can call him, and he receives my messages, but I don't get any SMSs he sends me.
Neither of us get any sort of indication as to what happens to the messages after they get sent; they show up for him as being 'sent' but I never get them. Again, he can get my messages, but I just cant get his.
What's odd is that periodically, I CAN receive his text messages again, and the last two times I can recall this has lasted for almost exactly a month, (from the 25th of July to the 25th of August was the most recent working period) before it gets cut again for several more months.
I have contacted 3 (my provider) and they had no idea what the problem was, told me to "reset" my phone (which I have not yet done, however considering it didn't work on another phone, I have doubts) and said it was probably Virgin (my friend's provider); although I suspect Virgin would say it was 3.
I have tried with a different phone (using same SIM card) but it still doesn't work. I have a Sony Ericsson W660i, am with 3 and I'd really like to be able to receive his messages.
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Sony Ericsson :: Uploading ZAPF Files To W660i
ive dowloaded ZAPF files (acoustics) and i want to upload them to my SE W660i phone.
My questions are?
1. how and where do i upload them to my phone.?
2. are the orig ones in the phone will overwritten?
3. what will i do if something gone wrong with my phone after uploading these ZAPF files?
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Sony Ericsson :: W660i - How To Deactivate Vibrator For Sleep Times?
As much as I see that the vibrate alert is handy when one carries the mobile in one's pocket there are times when I want to switch it off. One such occasion is Sleeping. I don't put my w660i in my pyjamas pocket in bed. I put it on the table beside the bed. All it wants to do is vibrate off the table when the wake up alarm goes off. Can I deactivate the vibrator for sleep times?
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Sony Ericsson :: Elm - J10 Handset
I just downloaded Elm's white paper and i see something unique J10 are available according to the whitepaper and the differences is J10 (Without A-GPS, Wi-Fi™. With video call camera on display side.) I really would like to know is this true cause i have never heard of J10 in the market.
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Sony Ericsson :: Upgrading Tomorrow / Which Handset To Get And Why?
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Sony Ericsson :: C905 - What I Miss About My Handset?
Having sold my C905 on because of the various build quality niggles, I'm now the owner of a Nokia N82. Having never used an S60 device before, it's been quite a change. Suffering the disability of being male and therefore not reading any useful User Manuals for anything I own, it was tricky to get things the way I like them on the phone. S60 has it advantages, but there are many things I've found which the interface did so well, the N82 just can't do. Now, this list is pathetic. Nitpicking. I know this. But it's these little things that make all the difference to me. Things that on an would take a couple of seconds, I've found on S60 can take forever.
1. Thumbnail Viewing in File Manager
Seems like such a little thing to be annoyed about, but I used the File Manager on 's like a Photo Album, and organized all my pictures in folders. It gave me instant access to the pictures I want, and I could see them all in a little list of thumbnails, making browsing my pictures very pleasant. In the end I had to buy Resco Photo Viewer, which presents everything just like the interface. The S60 doesn't show thumbnails at all in File Manager. The only way to see them like that is in the Gallery, where it does the really annoying thing of collecting all pictures and dumping them in one folder. When it comes to organising my stuff, I don't want it all over the place, it has to be neat! You get the option to create albums here, but that means creating new folders and copy and pasting them all in using just the phone. I have about 200 pics, so that's not going to happen., especially as:
Where is Mark All? It does not exist! You can't just Mark All files and transfer them. You have to mark one at a time, and that can take forever if you have a few. Especially as you can't view the thumbnails off them first. So you use Gallery. Which can take forever as I forget which ones are marked, as the little red tick is so small it makes an Atom seem roomy. Seems like such a dumb oversight.
3. Music Player
It's okay. But because of the very nature of S60, you have to open and close the app all the time. For example: If I have it on in my car through the Bluetooth Stereo, I have to open the Music Player manually myself first before I can control it remotely. With you had control over music the moment the Stereo came on. Plus, when I turn the stereo off, I have to remember to STOP the music myself first, otherwise it just carries on booming out from the phone! phones stop the moment the stereo does which was great. So if I forget, that means more taking the phone out of my pocket, unlock keypad, open application, stop music, hide application, lock keypad.
Oh. My. God. How annoying is it to change message tones? I have a folder with about 80 of the things, and I use to like changing them all the time. With all I had to was go to the file, Options> Set as> Message Tone. Done. Easy. About 10 seconds max.
With the Nokia, I have to go into the Personalisation>Tones, which is easy enough, but then when you want to change the tone, it presents you with a list of all 400 music files on my phone!!!!! You have to scroll up and down to find the file you want with a tiny little menu. It takes about 5 minutes to change the message tone, so I've had to give up and just settle for one for now. Why not give you the option when you're next to the file? All it lets you do is set a file as the Ringing Tone and nothing else. No Message Tone, no Alarm Tone, nothing.
5. The Alarm Clock
Snooze, snooze, snooze. I use it all the time in the morning. So how do I activate it when I'm half asleep? With ONE BUTTON on the bloody side! How can I find the flush hang up key when I have my eyes closed and not even properly awake yet? How did the C905 do it? Any bloody key you want and that's very handy. I tried the Flip Silent app, which puts the phone on snooze by just turning it over, but even that only works the first time (I want more snoozes!)
Now the camera is very good. Xenon flash is powerful, and the picture quality is great. Plus, the VGA Video Recording is superb but Shortcut Keys. They exist not. Every setting has to be set using the main key. That is very tiresome and slow. At least the Cybershot phones had shortcuts on the keypad and they worked a treat. Anyway, that felt good to get off my chest! I'm sad I know, but I don't care!
The Nokia N82 has many advantages as well of course, like the Shortcuts in Standby Mode, excellent Video Capture, and things like the Settings Wizard which set up my email, Internet and Picture Messaging by itself in seconds. That was great.
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Sony Ericsson :: W910 - Awarded Best Handset 2008
Sony Ericsson's W910 Walkman® is awarded GSM Association's Best Handset 2008
12 February 2008. The entertainment-focused W910 Walkman® wins global mobile awards by redefining 'music on mobile'. Mobile World Congress, Barcelona – 12 February 2008 – Sony Ericsson is delighted to announce that its W910 Walkman® phone has been awarded Best Handset at the GSM Association’s 13th Global Mobile Awards 2008. Launched last year, the W910 Walkman® phone is designed for entertainment; whether music, 3D games, video, or high-speed Web access. It’s also geared to let consumers choose their music just the way they want it. Applications such as Shake control enable them to flick the phone to control games or skip and shuffle between music tracks while SenseMeTM lets them discover music to match their mood and tempo. With its 1GB Memory Stick Micro™ provided in box, the W910 Walkman® phone can hold over 900 songs* with room for plenty more thanks to its expandable memory.
"We are very proud to receive such a prestigious award for what has proved to be a very popular product", says Dick Komiyama, Sony Ericsson President. "The W910 Walkman® makes it quicker and easier to transfer or download music. It’s also about thinking beyond music, to games, videos and the Web". Since the launch of the W800 Walkman® phone in August 2005, more than 57 million Walkman® phones have been sold worldwide. The Walkman® phone range has seen rapid expansion, most recently with the launch of the W980 Walkman® phone at this year’s Mobile World Congress. This latest Walkman® phone promises to get the most out of consumers’ music with superior clear audio sound, storage for 8,000 songs, and Walkman® on Top experience that allows users to control all of their music from the outside of their phone.
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Sony Ericsson :: T303 Slider Handset Announced
Sony Ericsson has unveiled the T303 slider handset, a fashion phone with a fairly average specification.The small-form slider phone has a mirrored screen, metal housing and chrome finish to give it a high-end look. And if you want a phone for a night out, this one covers the absolute basics, packing a 1.3MP camera with 4x zoom, Bluetooth, a media player with FM radio and Sony Ericsson's TrackID and just about everything else you would expect on an entry-level phone.Available from mid-2008, expect it to be at the cheaper end of the market.
Source - http://techdigest.tv/2008/03/sonys_ericssons.html
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Sony Ericsson :: W910i - Limited Edition Handset
Mobile phone manufacturer Sony Ericsson and The Carphone Warehouse have teamed up with hip hop and RnB label Def Jam Records to offer customers a limited edition handset. As part of the deal, which is understood to be a first in the UK, Sony Ericsson will be preloading handsets with audio and video content from the record label’s artists, which incude Mariah Carey, Rihanna and Nas.
The limited edition white and gold W910i Walkman handset and matching MPS 75 speakers in black and gold will be available exclusively from The Carphone Warehouse in the UK from 8 April. Kim de Ruiter, commercial and new business manager at Mercury Music Group, the label responsible for Def Jam in the UK, said: “Joining our unique Def Jam artists with Sony Ericsson in this way allows us to reach a targeted audience in an interesting and relevant way, while at the same time entering a new, non-traditional music retail space to market our acts.”
As part of Sony Ericsson’s mobile music partnership with the record label, consumers will also be eligible to enter a competition to win a one off customized W910i handset designed in collaboration with Def Jam. George Dymond, UK trading director at The Carphone Warehouse, added: "Mobile Life research reveals that nearly 40 per cent of people download and listen to music on their mobiles rising to well over half of young people. We are excited to bring them such a great range of Def Jam content on the W910i".
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