But not all applications created with good conditions, some of them are not compatible with SONY XPERIA C (C2305/S39h), which can make hang or stuck or bricks or frozen or LCD touch screen not responding.
If you get this problem, try to do soft reset or reboot or restart SONY XPERIA C (C2305/S39h).
We didn’t know why, but assumed there must have been something wrong with the budget phablet since – according to many sales staff – the thing sold like hot cakes.
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The fans of Sony still can get their big screen 5 inches LCD smartphone with cheaper price, there are SONY XPERIA C (C2305/S39h) who have 5 inches screen and already powered with Quad Core processor from Mediatek, of couse the price is little bit different with Qualcomm processor, but you can try to use the demo this smartphone first before buying.
The hardware keys are REALLY annoying because of the extremely small hit zones. You can also confirm your network settings are properly set.
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It didn’t work again after I tried to detach the antenna. Allegedly, so many have tried that T-Mobile complained to ZTE and now the manufacturer is trying to figure a way of making battery removal less appealing.We don’t exactly recall if Xperia X10 was offered any online unlocking services via Sony, but there were some able developers and hackers on XDA who were able to unlock the Xperia x10 bootloaders via custom tools.Since Xperia x10 got the bootloader unlocking experience, there have been countless Froyo, Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs serving the purpose of optimizing user experience.Needless to say, if you are experiencing issues with your ZMax, its performance or battery, please don’t try to take the battery out. It’s also worth noting, this isn’t the end of T-Mobile and ZTE’s relationship.The two want to work together, and if the fix can be found or manufactured there’s every chance the ZMax reappears. It turns out, the real issue was pretty unexpected: Customers.