Xperia ray music player not updating
It promises over 16m colours and looks as sharp as a tack, but there’s really no getting round the fact that for a smartphone, it’s rather on the small side.The Xperia Ray is running 2.3.3 Gingerbread version of Android, not the very latest version but you’ll be missing out on much.It has good functionality, cool 3D looks and nice transition effects, but unfortunately only shows a downsized version of your images.The different albums and folders appear as piles of photos, which fall in neat grids once selected., insufficient storage error while updating installed apps [duplicate], and others, but they all concern situations with only about 10–20MB free, whereas I have a 100MB safety margin.Unlike Something is secretly eating up my Acer Iconia A500 internal memory and I need help finding it and What can I do to manage my phone's internal storage?The gallery supports finger scrolling or panning so you can skip images without having to return to the default view.Thanks to the Xperia ray's multi-touch support pinch zooming is also available here but you can also double tap or use the /- buttons.
The Xperia ray uses the traditional droid Gallery, which hasnt really seen much change in Gingerbread.
They are distinguished by the small Facebook logo on them and when viewing individual pics from that album, you can "like" them with the thumbs up button in the upper right corner.
Photos can be sorted by date with the help of a button in the top right corner, which switches between grid and timeline view.
The crescent at the top – which sits next to the forward-facing VGA camera – is purely aesthetic, however, the one at the bottom is a physical home button.
This is flanked under glass by menu and back buttons, with Sony Ericsson once again choosing to do without the usual Android search button.
There’s no doubt that the Xperia Ray is a sleek-looking sliver of technology.