A Sony Ericsson P990i arrived today, expect a review on OSNews soon. It runs UIQ 3.0 but it will be tested with a firmware version released just a few days ago.

I also got a pair of Logitech A2DP Bluetooth stereo headphones and a 2 GB Mstick Micro M2. Only to find out that the P990i actually only accepts Mstick Duo Pro. :P

Update: What do you know… The M2 comes with a DuoPro adapter…


papo wrote on June 28th, 2007 at 1:50 AM PST:

Ευγενία. will you spare us an your poor fellow and loyal readers from Greece?

iPhone! iPhone! iPhone!

We will worship you για πάντα!



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Eugenia wrote on June 28th, 2007 at 8:25 AM PST:

The iPhone won’t work with anything other than AT&T, so it will be useless to you. More over, Apple takes back all review units from most journalists.

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Eugenia wrote on June 29th, 2007 at 8:48 AM PST:

Disable any firewall/antivirus apps you might have, make sure the phone uses the correct USB setting and it will eventually work. Personally, I never use any of these “PC Suite” crap applications (my brother had the same problems as you have with a Nokia 6233 phone btw so don’t blame just Sony Ericsson). Any files I want to send I send them via Bluetooth or download them directly. And that always works – almost.

Imran wrote on June 29th, 2007 at 10:58 AM PST:

Hello Eugenia, my sister has this phone, and i installed the package pc suite for it, and still i can’t get the phone to be seen by the software, and i can’t find the screwed up drivers,anywhere on the website ,errrrr. Please help

Imran wrote on June 29th, 2007 at 11:01 AM PST:

Long live the Nokia, just install the software, plug it in drivers will be installed and you are done.

I was breaking my head for like 3 hours against this stupid software. SE, that is.

And for note i own a Nokia E61i

Imran wrote on June 30th, 2007 at 8:28 AM PST:

I never ever had any issues with Nokias PC suite, but always did with SE PC suite, and the only access i get is to the mem card that is, no phone memory.

How much more can i use the correct usb settings? can you help me?

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Eugenia wrote on June 30th, 2007 at 11:06 AM PST:

Erm, Imran… What you get is the RIGHT thing. You can NOT have access to the phone memory. There is no phone that does that, not even Nokia’s. In order to “mount” the phone memory, it must be in FAT32 file system, but there is no phone that comes with FAT32 internal file system (even Windows Mobile’s is not exactly FAT32).

You use the PC Suite to upload wallpapers, music etc to the phone memory, because it is the only app that “understands” their internal file system, but the PC Suite can not be used to arbitrary save random files in there. You can do so only for the flash card because the flash card is Fat16/32.

Imran wrote on July 2nd, 2007 at 7:19 AM PST:

Agreed, i do have limited access to the mobiles phone memory,thats fair enough as i don’t need any more access also.

But what my complain is that, with nokia’s pc suite i can, back up my data, and keep my contacts in sync with windows vista’s address book, so i also want SE PC suite to do the same, so that i can do the backup and then upgrade my sisters mobile to newer version.

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