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The Xperia Mini Pro and the Xperia X10 Mini Pro are actually different phones. Confusing, I know. The former appears to be a "refreshed" version of the latter with your specs.
If you are rooted, install ROM Toolbox Pro. Go to its Interface section where you can find Icon Changer. Its what you are looking for. Using it, you can change Notification bar color as well as icons appear on it. While the app makes backup of relevant system files before change, you should always be prepared for disaster with Nandroid Backup.
I was under the impression (before stumbling upon this solution) that the notification system was a part of the secured Android system, and would only be available for modification while rooted or modded. This little application, Notification Toggle, gives you the power of notification power widgets without root privileges! As far as graphical and design ...
This doesn't really answer the question, so just for the record if anybody else has the same issue: I don't know about other phones, but small Sony Ericssons have an interesting feature. They have small buttons in the corners of the screen. One of them is muting the microphone. And... as the user rises the phone to his ear, the screen that was turned off ...
Multitouch touch screen digitizers handle (2,3,4...) or more input fingers at a time at the hardware level. Single touch devices handle only one finger at a time even if 2 or more are present. If you touch with a 2nd finger, the detected touch will "jump" from the first finger to the second finger location. Install a touch screen visualizer or test ...
The difference between real dual-touch and fake dual-touch has to do with how the screen is built. Real touch screens have an additional layer to allow for additional inputs. There are ways to emulate dual-touch with software. This is helpful in the case of your particular phone. This XDA forum page has a list of updates for particular ROMs including 2 ...
You may want to try 3rd-party keyboard apps that support transliteration of physical keyboards. I've previously used AnySoftKeyboard, and with the appropriate language pack (e.g. French with has the AZERTY layout) it will transliterate physical keyboard as well.
I think I am answering little late, but I feel my pointers might solve the issue. But still not sure. Please check in what mode you are ? I mean are you in WCDMA only, GSM only or GSM / WCDMA preferred mode ? The best for both 3G and 2G could be GSM / WCDMA preferred mode which can switch the signal based on the 2G or 3G network. So try to change to other ...
I don't know of any way to make your phone a remote speaker alone but there are methods that would achieve basically the same result. Without knowing your exact goal it's hard to give you a specific recommendation but here is one way to have audio stored on a seperate device play through you phones speaker/headphones: Setting up a wireless media server ...
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