2013-05-01 01:48 AM
I recently update my xperia go to Jelly Bean version and I encountered some problems.
In addition to the disappearance of 3d camera features, I had some important problems with walkman application.
The most annoying one appears when i'm listening music with walkman application and headphones and I receive an incoming call: before the update (with Ice Cream Sandwich) when the ringtone started to play the walkman stopped immediately, leaving play alone the ringtone.
With the JB update, the music doesn't stop when I receive a call and the ringtone simply plays below the music, with a very low volume (respect to the music I'm listening) and it is also hard to heard,
Can anyone help me to solve this problem? Is it a bug or I can find a solution? If it is a bug I hope Sony will be solve that...
Moreover, like in ICS, the playback queue is not so clear...You can add a single song to the playback queue or you can add the entire album, but the result is the same: if you are listening an album and you add a new album in the playback queue, the new album start immediately after the end of the song actually in playing, instead to wait till the last song of the current album.... Very unconfortable....
Anyone has solved this problem? I hope to find a solution
Anyway the queue order works if you add simultaneously all the albums you wants, and then you start listen the music.
Finally the new lock images are cool, but they work only with the swipe, not e.g. with the pattern lock...
Thank you for the help,
2013-05-01 04:02 AM
The walkman problem, yes..
I too can say that whenver I am on headphones, and someone just called up, the ringtone and the music currently playing on the walkman mixes up. Weird isn't it. Only from Sony. lol!
2013-05-01 02:27 PM
I hope Sony will work on it, because I think it is big bug!
Meanwhile I will search for an alternative mp3 player wich works better....don't you know one?
Thank you again!
2013-05-10 09:15 AM
Not sure if it's supposed to work that way or not but i'll forward your feedback.
If you want to try another mp3 player you could perhaps try Winamp, Poweramp, doubleTwist or MixZing.
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2013-05-11 12:18 PM
Ok, thank you for your help!
I wait for your feedback!
Can you also say me something about the other points in my question? I think some of them are bugs, and I hope Sony will work about!