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Message 1 of 3


after the android update to version 8.0.0, the top appeared the notification  warrantytimeservice

what to do with it?


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Re: warrantytimeservice

You can check the support app.

It showsa lot of information about your device.

One of it is information about how long your warranty will last.

The app is the spot where you can take up contact with support too to ask them whatwarrantytimeservice might mean.

You can mail, call or chat with support.


Sony has perfect support for their customers. What is easier than using the support app!

There even is a support forum!

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Re: warrantytimeservice

@ Strampke

I do have the same issue on my Xperia X.
But I don't agree with you with respect to the quality of SONY's customer support - it's rather poor:
I several times tried the online chat in the Support app, and I always got the same answers:
- stopp the warrantytimeservice system app any time you booted your phone

- we forward your issue

- possibly, this issue may be resolved by a system software update.
That's no fun. A skilled tech supporter should be able at least to acknowledge, that this issue is known but not resolved yet, and apollogize for that.
But - nope.