20 Most Recent Sony Xperia Z1 4G LTE" Questions & Answers


Hi Anonymous. The link below is a short YouTube video showing how to rest the pattern code on your phone, The guy shows 3 ways but the 3rd way is a factory reset meaning you loose everything in your phone but the first two ways are worth watching. Also there's videos down the right side of the link that might help as well.I hope this helps...... CHEERS..

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Sony Xperia Z1... | Answered on Apr 29, 2016

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How to Take a Screenshot on Sony Xperia Z1


1) Go to the display or the screen in your Sony Xperia Z1 which you want to capture.
2) Take a screenshot. Press the Volume Down button on the side and the Power button for about 2-3 seconds. Make sure that both the buttons are pressed TOGETHER, otherwise it won't work.
3) View your screenshot. You will immediately hear a clicking sound, confirming that the screenshot has been taken. You may also see the text "Saving your screenshot" on your phone's display during the process.
To view your screenshot, click on the screenshot notification in the notification tray or simply go to your Photo Albums and you will find the screenshots in a folder named "Screenshots."

on Jan 10, 2015 | Sony Xperia Z1 4G LTE"


Make sure that the phone's WiFi feature is switched on. Check the WiFi settings to make sure that the phone is picking up your WiFi router. If required, re-enter the WiFi password.

Sony Xperia Z1... | Answered on Sep 17, 2014


Please put this question on the Amazon site. Open the account you uses to order this phone. Or check the support part of the site.

Sony Xperia Z1... | Answered on Aug 06, 2014


1 does it have bluetooth
2 is it turned on
3 have u searched for devices i.e. in settings -- music -- play over bluetooth -- select device i.e. Portable Sound System Device / Click / Ok / Play?

Sony Xperia Z1... | Answered on Mar 17, 2014


Unfortunately there is no central database or system for this sort of thing.

It is possible (but extremely unlikely) that you could contact Sony customer support and tell them your concerns and supply the serial number. If the original owner registered their device it is remotely possible that Sony could contact them and inquire if the device was sold, stolen or reported missing. However not everyone registers their devices and if it was never registered this wouldn't work.

This is an extreme longshot, however, unless you are talking about a professional studio camera worth tens of thousands of dollars. It is highly doubtful that Sony would want to get involved in tracking down the legitimate owner of a standard consumer device.

Another option is to call the police department (probably where the seller is located) and inquire if that device with that serial number has been reported as stolen.

If you are buying a used item and have even the slightest doubt about it being stolen the best advice is do not buy it. Buying a stolen device is an arrestable offense (Receiving Stolen Property) and, although unlikely, you could get in trouble for it if there was an investigation or the seller got arrested subsequently.

A price that is "too good to be true" is a bad sign. Trust your gut and, even though it might be something you really want, avoid it if it seems questionable.

Sony Cameras | Answered on Jul 14, 2019


The camera has been damaged in some fashion, and needs the tender attentions of a repair specialist.

Sony Cameras | Answered on Jun 08, 2019


Is there a memory card installed? If there is try a different card it may have hung up on reading the contents of the card.

Sony Cameras | Answered on May 19, 2019


Did you acknowledge which language your camera is to use?, Usually you need to OK the choice for all the settings options.

Sony Cameras | Answered on May 19, 2019


If the camera has sensor cleaning ability it should have a built in facility to do this. Otherwise do not attempt it yourself, check the camera manual or the manufacturers website for more information.

Taking photos in low light is always in risk of getting what could be described as grey spots. The technical term is Artefacts. This is where the sensor has insufficient light to generate a clear image from the available light and the camera software guesses what colours should be there, often they are grey or black.

Sony Cameras | Answered on May 19, 2019


You need two things. A USB lead to connect to your camera and software installed on your computer to recognise your camera is connected to it via the USB lead. The software and USB lead should have come with the camera. The software will be on a CD or DVD. If it did not then you need to download the software from the Sony website and then install it on your computer. Depending on your computer, ensure you download the correct type. It will either be for a MAC IOS or Windows PC.

Sony Cameras | Answered on May 19, 2019


Not enough information to provide an answer.

Sony Cameras | Answered on May 19, 2019

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