Following the company’s Xperia acro S release, Sony has announced the impending US availability of its budget-level Xperia Tipo and Xperia Tipo Dual handsets. Currently available in Europe, the smartphones both sport an 800MHz single-core Snapdragon CPU, 512MB of RAM, a 3.2-inch HVGA (480×320) display and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Dear XDA member,
I am new to rooting. My problem is that after I have install adb in Linux Mint 14 64bit system. The Sony Xperia Tipo Dual is still not rooted after following the instruction as per attach link. May I know which part is wrong?
Sony announced a pair of Android 3.0 tablets that integrate Sony's Qriocity video and audio, Sony Reader ebook content, and Playstation Suite games. Due to arrive this fall, the Sony Tablet S1 is a 9.4-inch model with a wedge-shaped design, while the S2 offers a folding clamshell format with dual 5.5-inch screens that can be viewed as a single display....
I have a sony xperia tipo dual phone, and when I connect it via USB and try to download an app from the market, it gets downloaded and installed on my phone, so I guess my phone is detectable by ubuntu, the problem is I cannot see it or mount its internal storage nor its SD card so I can e.g. transfer files or so, what can I do to solve this problem ??
In my sony xperia tipo dual I can connect internet its browsing in browser bt the problem is its not downloading anything and internet is nt accesing in any application ,i have google play app its opening but uneble download any app .its interrupting during download plz help me out
We had an idea that Sony’s Xperia T would land on AT&T from the leaked image showing the AT&T logo, not to mention it hit the FCC recently. Well AT&T just announced they will carry it as the Xperia TL.
So here is working ftf file for Sony XPERIA Tipo. I send it here becauese we still doesnt hawe XPERIA Tipo section (and XPERIA Go section too). Enjoy it. PS: evening i will be published file for relocking bootloader on XPERIA Tipo.
We’ve already seen Sony’s Xperia SL in the wild, but today the Japanese manufacturer has finally made the elusive smartphone official. An exact release date isn’t announced, though the device is now listed on the company’s official website as “coming soon”.