I've been using my experia z2 D6502 for almost 2 months today my phone died and wouldn't start. I've connected it to a charger then turned it on and it worked just fine so i tried to charge it via the magnetic adapter it kept connecting and disconnecting then i tried to turn off my phone and it wont turn off its stuck into a boot loop after shutting it down...
I just got the Z3 and am having an issue with my contacts. When I go to select a contact to call it displays the fax number as default to call. Is there a away to change that? It does it for all contacts that have a fax number, the Phone icon shows up beside the fax number.
My sk17i mini pro received an update (Build Number 4.0.2.A.0.62, i believe?) a few days ago and since then when making/receiving calls the loudspeaker is always on by default, rather than the ear speaker. This didn't happen before. This isn't a major problem but now I have to switch to the ear speaker during every phone call. (By the way, the loudspeaker volume is superb!)Is there a way to set the ear speaker to default for phone calls?
Whenever i'm in call and someone else calls my number, phone automatically goes in speaker mode suddenly! once the waiting call drops, it becomes normal. I've call waiting activated on my number. tried with all sort of settings within the phone but dont work.
I know that this issue was reported before, but I need to inform that it is not solved (or we are dealing with a regression bug): [URL] .... use Xperia Z2 (D6543) and sometimes when I answer a call, it goes straight to loudspeaker.
This problem does not happens often (so it is a pain to reproduce it), but is seems to happen when I receive a call while the phone is in standby for a long period (about 4 hours).
When that happens, the loudspeaker button does not display as selected, so to disable it I need to double hit the button to change the audio output (the first hit re-enables it, and the second disables it).
Currently, I am using Android 5.0.2 Lollipop, and Google Chrome 42.0.2311.111. I did not try to disable Chrome yet, but I am afraid this is not an option for me. Instead of this, I would be glad if this issue became addressed by Sony developers again.
I would like to know the official comment from Sony on the low in call volume of the X10. There are load & loads of people on the web complaining about the issue, on my X10, I can only hear a phone call if I am indoors in an extremely quiet location.. if I am outside, near a road etc I cant hear, and it is even worse on speaker phone. I would estimate the volume needs to be boosted by 50 to 100%, seriously the lowest volume of any phone I have ever owned.. which is a shame, as the rest of the phone is great.
Is there an official fix / patch in the works for the volume issue? or is this not being recognised as a widespread issue.. or is the hardward simply not able to do it?
It seems if I use "Poweramp", as a music player, I can adjust the EQ and boost the volume of Mp3's etc to a fairly decent level (much louder than the phone volume), so I'm sure it could be done with software...
I am only after an official Sony response, not people's opinion's, there are lots of other Posts like that, but I cant find any response from Sony to the issue.
There was an article Posted in August 2010 on xperiax10.net.. but I have heard nothing since. [URL]
Since a few days when I call somebody I can hear only with a headset. Also when I make a phone call, I hear no dial tone. When I switch to loudspeaker, everything works. Actually I'm runing Lollipop on my phone.
I'm having a really annoying problem with my new Xperia mini: during a call, I keep pressing by mistake the speaker icon in the top left corner of the screen.Is there any way not to display this icon or maybe lock the keys during a call?
AT&T x 10a unbranded generic upgrade x10aUnable to disable call forwarding when busy (when using phone in any way out side of home screen automatically forwards calls to voicemail.Tried dialing #24# and says "connection problem or invalid MMI codeWent into call settings, call forwarding, and tried disable Forward when busy and get "Call settings error: unexpected response from network"According to online support the screen after call settings is supposed to say GSM settings, then call forwarding. However mine just says "other call settings" and for voicemail settings it just says "my carrier". The only other spot I see GSM settings is under Mobile Network settings, Network Mode: GSM/WCDMA Preferred is checked. I tried changing it to GSM, but it didn't help, and the "H" that has been showing up changed to an "E". ( "H" is supposed to mean 3G+ from what I've gathered)
I bought this phone off a friend. Its three months old and works great. But the other night I accidentally put the magnetic port on backwards and the phone completely died. I freaked out and tried every key combination possible. I eventually got a red led when I plugged in the microusb port. It turned on in about 10 minutes like normal.
Now, when ever I attach the magnetic cord (properly) I get an orange led blinking and the device doesn't charge at all. What does the blinking orange led mean? Does warranty cover the magnetic port?
has anyone tried to change the default phone call screen? I find it rather annoying because it's easier to touch with my ear the two top edges and the result is that the call get muted or i get the speaker on.
In order to keep safe the USB port, I use a magnetic charging cable. Days ago I've try to use the USB port and the behavior was weird, each 2 seconds the connection change between USB and Magnetic Port (Fake)... then the battery starts to discharge very fast, becomes hot and stop the charging. USB Connection with PC have no problems and the charging with Magnetic Port is also right... I already tryed to restart the phone, and flash a new firmware.
I want to disable usb charging on my galaxy s5. The charging port won't work so I've switched to wireless charging. But I get constant error messages saying that my charger is incompatible (while nothing is plugged in). I've tried cleaning the port but that didn't work.
I have had a white Z5 Compact for a week and have now noticed that the bottom speaker is much louder than the top, ruining the stereo effect. I am sure it did not come this way out of the box. I didn't notice until after the recent firmware update (32.0.A.6.152), but cannot know whether this is the cause of the problem. I went through the hassle of factory reset and the phone still has the problem. I haven't subjected the phone to any physical trauma at all and will be returning it.
When I tried to connect to magnetic charging dock the Led and the charging symbol starts blinking continuously without getting charged, while it used to be perfect previously, and usb charging is perfectly fine , i even tried with multiple chargers.
My one month old xperia has a problem, sound volume of bottom speaker is much lower then speaker on the top. Actually i don't remember if it was like that always or happened during my usage. It's so quiet that I need to apply it close to the ear to hear it as much as top speaker.