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Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

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Master
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Re: Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

i dint follow 2-3 Smiling Face with open mouth & closed Eyes

i just added the widget and when i checked the settings,,,show status update was there..

ok..reboot your phone , then just add the widget and there you will se the status updtes in the widget itself..

then go to settings and it will show you the updates..

Forum Legend
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Re: Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

So I got Facebook to appear on the

contacts -> menu -> settings -> show status updates -> twitter, facebook etc, BUT

I still don't get any updates on the phonebook

and also, I don't mind going through menus, but this should be solved so it doesn't rely on the Widget and App to be open, there are a lot of people who hate menus.

but back to the topic, the option is now there but not the updates.

Master
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Message 23 of 32

Re: Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

the facebook widget itself shows the updates Neutral Face

clear all facebook data....log in with your id..

create a widget

go to the settings and activate show updates..

then see if its working or not..

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One time poster
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Message 24 of 32

Re: Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

hello but why my xperia arc facebook chat are not working out??its says "none of your friends are available to chat..but i log in my friend x10 it can see ppl who i can chat..what happen??

Master
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Message 25 of 32

Re: Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

go to settings > applications > manage applications > all

find facebook..and click on clear data..

now you will have to log in once again..and all fb related things will be deleted..

so now check if its working or not..

and one question.. you do have mutual friends right..?? Smiling Face with open mouth & closed Eyes

i mean it can be that none of your friends are avaialble but your friend's friends are avaialble that is why its showing on the x10 and not in the arc..

One time poster
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Message 26 of 32

Re: Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

its still the same =(

Forum Legend
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Message 27 of 32

Re: Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

yeah still the same, even with different 2.3.4 versions and 3G/H and wifi

Master
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Message 28 of 32

Re: Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

are you sure you have your friends online..??

Master
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Message 29 of 32

Re: Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

i dont know why this is noty working in your phone only Neutral Face

Emperor
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Re: Facebook inside Xperia phonebook (bug or false advertisement)?

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