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2018-03-21 02:08 AM
Hi, I have the NFC capacity full error of doom. But I noticed something else too.
When I receive countless capacity for next full messages, when someone calls me, they say that my voice sounds like I'm under water or far away from the mic. When I change the phone from one ear to the other then my voice comes back normal to the other person. I also noticed that the WiFi drops out. I have to manually reboot the phone to reconnect to the WiFi. Rebooting kills the relentless NFC messages and the WiFi reconnects until after a while it all goes mental again.
So there is definitely a connection between the NFC error message, WiFi dropping out and the giro in the phone. Anyone else experience these three things together and so you know a fix? Cheers
2018-03-21 08:26 AM
Did you try the usual fix of software repair using Xperia Companion?
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2018-04-03 06:08 PM
Yes I tried this. Within a week it started again. Bizarrly it has stopped doing it recently.
I will keep an eye on it.
2018-09-19 10:29 PM
I have changed the sim card and it is still doing it. I have removed the memory card and still doing it. I notice that signal is dropping out now and again , even in very good signal area.
This is without a doubt a software issue. I have bought Sony phones since 2004 my contract has finished and I'm now on the market for another phone. Some how, from the extreme lack of customer service now that this phone has gone wrong, I won't be choosing Sony on my next phone. With phone getting more and more expensive, (£58 for the Sony xz2 premium) 2 year contract , I can't afford to pay that much money foe a phone that won't work and no help from Sony.