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This only works if you have locked an application on your phone. I won't work if your phone is completely locked out because you can't access the menu's on your phone. Of course this hack makes it possible for someone to unlock your "Partially" locked phone.
WARNING.....This will reset your menus back to default but it didn't reset my shortcuts. My "Home screen" was reset to the default picture. Didn't change my call lists, contacts, or text messages. I didn't see other changes but there could be more....WARNING
Reset your "Partially" Phone,
Press Menu scroll to Initial Settings (or press 5) Scroll to Master Reset and select you will see a "Enter Security Code" screen enter 8 zeros like this 00000000 and press ok
Answer "yes" to reset the phone and your applications will be unlocked.
Use "Master Clear" to clear all the personal info off your phone, contacts recent calls, Pictures, everything
My bro also had the same mobile.
Under "options" you'll have the option to reset the phone to factory settings. If you cant see all that, and your phone is still covered under warranty, Why dont you give it back to sony, they will fixya phone and give it back to ya?
First install the application which you receive with the picture frame on your computer. Connect the frame with your computer by using the USB cable. Once you have connected the frame, you will be able to see an additional drive in "My Computer". Just copy the pictures from your computer and save them in that new folder.
In some software, which come with the digital frames will create a program by themselves after the installation. In these case, you need to open the program and then connect the photo frame to the computer. After connecting, you will see that the frame will synchronize with the computer and you will see that the program which you have already opened will show you the drive of the frame, where you can just transfer the pictures from your PC to the frame.
I am upset over Sony Ericsson’s PC suite for SmartPhone. I’ve had Sony Ericsson’s P1i for a couple of months now and honestly the phone is great.
I have a 1GB memory stick on my P1i which has every almost every function those items have. In fact now I have a QWERTY pad along with me all the time.
Well everything was perfect until I decided to upgrade my software. So I did these following steps:
Installed Sony Ericsson PC Suite for Smartphone, which was included in the box. Downloaded and installed the Sony Ericsson P1i Update Service software. Used the Backup Manager that came along with SE PC Suite to backup every single content of my phone. Ran Update Service following the steps provided in the software. Lastly tried to Restore my backup onto my phone. Guess what? It didn’t work!!! Ran a full backup and the PC Suite froze at like the 30th percent with a message “Mobile phone not responding….”. I selected all these to restore:
Contacts Calendar Notes Unified Inbox Settings Multimedia 3rd Party Applications Bull Poop!!! I tried to run it 3 times and still didn’t work. When did the phone stop responding? When the PC Suite rebooted the phone and P1i screen prints “Restore in progress”. Its a piece of **** I tell you. I googled in hope that someone would shed light on me. That was when I discovered previous versions of Sony Ericsson SmartPhones had a similar problem too. In case you are wondering, the phone models I am talking about are SE’s P990i and M600i and their variations. I am so bloody disappointed. I can’t believe it could hang on me when I feel the phone had been great all the time.
Well now comes to the shitty part of trouble shooting. I can’t possibly let go of my backups. I’ve already lost all my Contacts and stuff 2 months ago. Can’t let this happen again. So I tried to restore one item at a time.
I went down the list of priorities as such:
Contacts - Success! Calendar - Success! Notes - Success! Unified Inbox - Success! Settings - Success! Multimedia - Success! 3rd Party Applications - Success! Wierd isn’t it? It works when you try to restore one item at a time but not when you select all. How can this be? Software problem!!! Developers at Sony should look into this. I didn’t have this problem with Nokia E65 when I helped my brother do an upgrade.
What’s the point of having a full restore function when it doesn’t work??? And if the problem had been surfaced by the users of the previous models, why isn’t the problem solved still? Can’t possibly blame Symbian for Sony Ericsson’s PC Suite, could we?…
so i gone to sony service they told me that there is a fault in circuit board and it has to be raplaced with a new one i had given in mulund service centre till now 12 days had passed they not given me my p1i saying that the circuitboard is sent to chennai and there is not extar manufacturing of board due to this we cant give the phone now they are saying come within 3days i am fadeup with these sony service and p1i i am requesting sony to look on this matter and tofind solution on it by upgrading there new upgrading version