Question about Sony Ericsson P910i Smartphone
The phone's "software" is composed of phone flash version, flex and SEEM's. A flash is a user interface with the phone (what you see on the display, controls, graphics etc), the flex (firmware) is related to the phone's hardware functions and the SEEM's are hexazecimal tables that relate the flash to the flex sistem. From what you say, I think the SEEM's are written incorect, thus resulting in incompatibilities with the flex version and stupid errors that occur as the flash attemts to intruct the flex to do something but it understand other things. A way to solve this is a full reflash, this can be done only in a phone service.
Posted on Jan 12, 2007
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