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Brand: Sony Ericsson
Part Numbers: W20i, w20i
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User reviews and opinions
|Mike2468||6:31pm on Monday, October 25th, 2010|
|"yes I own this phone and am not very proud of it these are the things why....... 1.its not very loud for a music phone 2.|
|Rusikon||11:16pm on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010|
|"its preety good easy to understand not to retro nice camera & a nice phone :)" "Volume on my phone is very poor, if you are not near the phone you will not hear it ring .|
|gordonmcdowell||1:20am on Sunday, March 28th, 2010|
|So far so good I bought this phone because I was frankly tired of the touch screen phones.|
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You can save contacts on the SIM card before you remove it from your phone.
You may need a PIN (Personal Identification Number) to activate the services and functions in your phone. Your PIN is supplied by your network operator. Each PIN digit appears as
*, unless it starts with emergency number digits, for example, 112 or 911. You can see and call an emergency number without entering a PIN.
If you enter the wrong PIN three times in a row, the SIM card is blocked. See SIM protection on page 62.
After you have turned on your phone and entered your PIN, the name of the network operator appears. This view is called standby. Your phone is now ready for use.
You can show, hide or add widgets by using Widget Manager. A widget is a live update on a website, web page or desktop, for example, Facebook, Twitter. Widgets contain personalised content or applications selected by the user.
This application may not be available in all markets.
To manage widgets From standby, press the navigation key up. Select Manage. Widget icons appear. To select a widget, press the navigation key left or right. Select Hide to hide a widget or Show if you want the widget to appear in the standby screen. To start a widget From standby, press the navigation key up. To select a widget, press the navigation key left or right. Press Select to start the widget.
You can personalise your Music Genie assistant to appear in the standby view. The music genie can lead you to a dancing game using music from your personal play lists, show you some key events, and give you convenient shortcuts to everyday functions. To access Music Genie Press the navigation key upwards to open the Widget Manager. Select Music Genie.
Walk mate is a step counter application. It keeps track of how many steps you have walked and how many steps you have left towards a daily goal. You can put your phone in a pocket when you use Walk mate. 3 To open Walk mate From standby, press the navigation key up. Find and mark the Walk mate application by pressing the navigation key left or right. Select Show if you want the widget to appear in the standby screen.
Using other networks
Making and receiving calls, using messaging and data transfer, for example, Internet-based services, outside your home network (roaming) may incur additional costs. Contact your operator for more information.
In addition to this User guide, more information is available at www.sonyericsson.com/support.
There are also help functions and a User guide in your phone. See the following instructions on how to access them. To access the User guide in your phone Select Menu > Settings > User help > User guide. To view tips and tricks Select Menu > Settings > User help > Tips and tricks. To view information about functions Scroll to a function and select Info, if available. In some cases, Info appears under Options. To view the phone demonstration Select Menu > Entertainment > Demo tour. To view the phone status Press a volume key. Phone, memory and battery information is shown.
Supported services and features
Some of the services and features described in this User guide are not supported by all networks and/or service providers in all areas. Without limitation, this applies to the GSM International Emergency Number 112. Please contact your network operator or service provider to determine availability of any specific service or feature and whether additional access or usage fees apply.
Charging the battery
The phone battery is partly charged when you buy it. To charge the battery
Connect the charger to the phone. Remove the charger by tilting the plug upwards.
The battery will start to discharge a little after it is fully charged and then charges again after a certain time. This is to extend battery life and may result in the charge status showing a level below 100 percent.
Maximising battery performance
Charge your phone often. The battery lasts longer if you charge it frequently. If you are in an area with no coverage, your phone repeatedly scans for available networks. This consumes power. If you cannot move to an area with better coverage, turn off your phone temporarily. Turn off 3G and Bluetooth wireless technology when you do not need these functions. Do not cover the phone antenna when you are engaged in a call.
Go to www.sonyericsson.com/support to learn more about how to maximise the battery performance.
These icons may appear on the screen: Icon Description The battery is almost fully charged The battery needs charging The network coverage is good No network coverage (also shown in flight mode) A 3G network is available A UMTS HSPA network is available Missed calls Calls diverted Ongoing call The microphone is muted The loudspeaker is on The phone is in silent mode New text message New multimedia message New email The music player is playing The radio is playing A handsfree is connected The Bluetooth function is activated A Bluetooth headset is connected The phone is connected to the Internet Secure website An alarm is activated Appointment reminder Task reminder A Java application is activated Activating Antivirus USB cable is connected
PlayNow Camera Radio Calls**
All Answered Dialled Missed
Online services TrackID Location services Games Record sound Demo tour
Standby application Main menu layout Theme Startup screen Screen saver Clock size Brightness Edit line names Calls Speed dial Smart search Divert calls Switch to line 2 Manage calls Time Show/hide my no. Handsfree Open to answer Close to end call Connectivity Bluetooth USB Phone name Synchronisation Device management Mobile networks Internet settings Streaming settings Message settings SIP settings Accessories User help User guide Settings download Basic setup Tips and tricks * Some menus are operator-, network- and subscriptiondependent. ** You can use the navigation key to scroll between tabs in submenus.
Photo Music Video Games Web feeds Settings
General Profiles Time & date Language Update software Voice control Shortcuts Flight mode Automatic keylock PIN codes Security Phone status Master reset Sounds & alerts Ring volume Ringtone Silent mode Increasing ring Vibrating alert Message alert Key sound Display Wallpaper
Write new Inbox/Conversations Messages Email Call voicemail
Myself New contact
Alarms Applications File manager ** File transfer Calendar Tasks Notes Video call Synchronisation Timer Stopwatch Calculator
To access the main menu When Menu appears on the screen, press the centre selection key to select Menu. If Menu does not appear on the screen, press , and then press the centre selection key to select Menu. To navigate the phone menus
Press the navigation key upwards, downwards, left or right to move through the menus. To select actions on the screen Press the left, centre or right selection key. To view options for an item Select Options to, for example, edit. To end a function Press. To return to standby Press. To navigate your media Select Menu > Media. Scroll to a menu item and press the navigation key right. To go back, press the navigation key left. To delete items Press to delete items such as numbers, letters, pictures and sounds.
Tabs may be available. For example, Calls have tabs.
To scroll between tabs Press the navigation key left or right.
You can use the navigation key shortcuts to go directly to functions from standby. To use navigation key shortcuts Press the navigation key upwards, downwards, left or right to go directly to a function. 13
To edit a navigation key shortcut Select Menu > Settings > General > Shortcuts. Scroll to an option and select Edit. Scroll to a menu option and select Shortc.
Main menu shortcuts
Menu numbering starts from the top left icon and moves across and then down row by row. To go directly to a main menu item Select Menu and press , , or.
The Main menu layout must be set to Grid. See To change the main menu layout on page 61.
You can add background music to an ongoing call. When activated, background music can be heard by all participants. When the microphone is muted, the background music continues to play. To start playing background music during a call During the call, select Music.
See To play music on page 25.
To stop playing background music during a call Press the centre selection key. To change the background music volume during a call Press the volume key up or down.
Only the music volume can be changed when the music is playing.
During a video call, the person you are talking to can see you on their screen.
Before making video calls
or appears. To make a video call, both parties 3G (UMTS) service is available when on the call must have a 3G (UMTS) phone subscription that supports 3G (UMTS) service and 3G (UMTS) coverage. To make a video call Enter a phone number (with international country code and area code, if applicable). Select Options > Make video call. To use the zoom with an outgoing video call Press the navigation key upwards or downwards. To share photos and videos during a video call During a video call, press the navigation key left to switch to the video share mode tab. Scroll to a video clip or photo and select Share. To view video call options During the call, select Options.
Your phone supports international emergency numbers, for example, 112 or 911. You can normally use these numbers to make emergency calls in any country, with or without the SIM card inserted, if you are within range of a network.
In some countries, other emergency numbers may also be promoted. Your network operator may therefore have saved additional local emergency numbers on the SIM card.
To make an emergency call Enter 112 (the international emergency number) and press
To view your local emergency numbers Select Menu > Contacts. Scroll to New contact and select Options > Special numbers > Emergency numbers.
(UMTS) or networks Your phone switches automatically between GSM and depending on availability. Some network operators allow you to switch networks manually. To switch networks manually Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Mobile networks > GSM/3G networks. Select an option.
You can view information about answered To call a number from the call list Press and scroll to a tab. Scroll to a name or a number and press , dialled and missed or rejected calls.
You can save names, phone numbers and personal information in Contacts. Information can be saved in the phone memory or on the SIM card.
You can synchronise your contacts using the Sony Ericsson PC Companion.
You can also save a channel in a position by pressing and holding down.
To switch between saved channels Press the navigation key upwards or downwards.
You can also select a saved channel by pressing.
You can record a voice memo or a call. Recorded sounds can also be set as ringtones.
In some countries or states, it is required by law that you inform the other person before recording a call.
To record a sound Select Menu > Entertainment > Record sound > Record. To stop recording and save, select Save. To record a call During an ongoing call, select Options > Record. To save the recording, select Save. To listen to a recording Select Menu > Organiser > File manager. Scroll to Music and select Open. Scroll to a recording and select Play.
You can take photos and record videos to view, save or send. You can find saved photos and videos in Media and in File manager.
Viewfinder and camera keys
Indicates photo mode View photos and video clips Zoom in or out Take photos/Record video clips Indicates video mode
To activate the camera Select Menu > Camera. To change settings Activate the camera and select.
To view information about settings Scroll to a setting and select.
Using the still camera
3 To take a photo Activate the camera and press the navigation key to scroll to. Press the centre selection key to take a photo. The photo is saved automatically. To take another photo, select Back to return to the viewfinder. To use zoom Press the volume key. To adjust brightness Press the navigation key left to decrease the brightness. Press the navigation key right to increase the brightness. The brightness level indicator appears on the left of the screen.
You can use Photo fix to improve photos. In a one-click operation, brightness, light and contrast are adjusted to give you the best possible photo. The improvements are saved as a copy of the photo. The original photo is not affected. To improve a photo with Photo fix Activate the camera and press the navigation key to scroll to. Make sure Review is set to On. Select > Settings and scroll to Review > On. Select to return to the viewfinder. Take a photo. When you review the photo, select Options > Photo fix. Review the improvement and select Save to save. If you do not want to save the improvement, select Back.
Viewing photos on a map
When you take a photo, you can attach your geographical position to it. This is called geo tagging. Geo-tagged photos are tagged with in Media. If you cannot view photos on a map, see I cannot use Internet-based services on page 65.
Information acquired by cell-id is approximate. Sony Ericsson takes no responsibility for the accuracy of such location data.
To view photos on a map Select Menu > Media > Photo > Geotags. To turn on or off geo tagging Activate the camera and press the navigation key to scroll to Select > Settings > Add position. Select an option.
You can organise your photos using photo tags. You can create new tags, assign one or several tags to a photo, or remove a tag from a photo. Photos with the same tag are saved together under Photo tags. For example, you can add the tag Vacation to all your vacation photos and view them all in Photo tags under the tag Vacation. To create a new photo tag Select Menu > Media > Photo > Camera album. Select a month. Scroll to a photo and select View. Press the navigation key downwards and select Options > New tag. To tag photos Select Menu > Media > Photo > Camera album. Select a month. Scroll to a photo and select View. Press the navigation key downwards and scroll to a tag. Select Options > Tag this photo. For each photo you want to tag, scroll to the photo and select Options > Tag this photo. To delete a tag from a photo When viewing a photo, press the navigation key downwards Scroll to a tag and select Options > Undo tag.
You can add a photo to a contact, use the photo during phone startup, as a wallpaper in standby, or as a screen saver. 5 To use photos Select Menu > Media > Photo > Camera album. Select a month. Scroll to a photo and select View. Select Options > Use as. Select an option.
Using web albums
If your subscription supports this service, you can send photos or videos to a web album. If you cannot send content to a web album, see I cannot use Internet-based services on page 65.
Web services may require a separate license agreement between you and the service provider. Additional regulations and charges may apply. Contact your service provider for more information.
To send photos saved in your phone to a web album Select Menu > Media > Photo > Camera album. Select a month and year. Scroll to the photo and select Options > Send > To web albums. Select a web album service. If requested, enter your login information. Select an album, or add a new album. Enter text and select Send. To send videos saved in your phone to a web album Select Menu > Media > Video > Videos. Scroll to a video and select Options > Send > To web albums. Select a web album service. If requested, enter your login information. Select a web album, or add a new web album. Enter some text and select Send. To send photos or videos you have just taken to a web album When you have taken a photo or recorded a video, select Send > To web albums. Select a web album service. If requested, enter your login information. Select an album, or add a new album. Enter some text and select Send. To view web albums Select Menu > Media > Photo > Web albums. Select a web album. To go to a web address from contacts Select Menu > Contacts. Scroll to a contact and select Open. Scroll to a web address and select Go to.
Sending content to another phone
You can send content using different transfer methods, for example, Messages or Bluetooth wireless technology. To send content Scroll to an item and select Options > Send. Select a transfer method.
Make sure the receiving device supports the transfer method you select.
Connecting your phone to a computer
There are two ways to establish a connection between your phone and a computer: Using a USB cable Using Bluetooth wireless technology
Connecting using a USB cable
You can connect your phone to a computer using a USB cable compatible with your phone. Before you connect your phone to a computer, you need to select PC mode. To select PC mode Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > USB > Set default mode and then select PC mode. To connect your phone to a computer using a USB cable Connect your phone to the computer using a USB cable. Computer: If you have not already installed Sony Ericsson PC Companion, the Install Sony Ericsson PC software dialog box appears. Click Install to install the necessary software automatically. In the Portable Device dialog box, select Take no action.
Do not disconnect the USB cable when transferring content as this may corrupt the content.
PC Companion lets you: Explore content in your phone. Use your phone as a modem. Install PC software used to synchronise, transfer and back up phone content. For more information, go to www.sonyericsson.com/support.
To download Mac compatible software, go to www.sonyericsson.com/support.
To install PC Companion
If the necessary USB software has not been installed on your PC, you will be prompted to install Sony Ericsson PC Companion. Also, Autoplay functionality needs to be enabled on your PC.
Using a USB cable supported by your phone, connect your phone to a computer that runs a Microsoft Windows operating system. Computer: Follow the on-screen instructions.
Dragging and dropping content
You can drag and drop content between your phone, a memory card and a computer using the Microsoft Windows Explorer application. To browse the phone memory or memory card from a computer
Connect your phone to the computer. Computer: Double-click the My computer icon on the desktop. To view the Phone Memory and Memory card folders, double-click your phone icon under Devices with removable storage in the My computer window. To drag and drop content Connect your phone to a computer using a USB cable supported by the phone. Computer: Wait until the phone memory and memory card appear as external disks in the Microsoft Windows Explorer application. Drag and drop selected files between the phone and the computer. To disconnect the USB cable safely
The Sony Ericsson PC Companion overwrites all phone content during the restore process. You may damage your phone if you interrupt the process.
Computer: Start the Sony Ericsson PC Companion from Start/Programs/ Sony Ericsson/Sony Ericsson PC Companion. Follow the instructions in the Sony Ericsson PC Companion on how to connect. Go to the backup and restore section in the Sony Ericsson PC Companion and restore your phone content.
Updating your phone
You can update your phone to the most recent software for optimal performance and to get the latest enhancements. You need a USB cable and an Internet-connected PC. To learn how, go to www.sonyericsson.com/update.
Remember to back up your phone content before updating. See Backing up and restoring on page 41.
Updating your phone using Sony Ericsson PC Companion
You can update your phone using a USB cable and Sony Ericsson PC Companion. When the phone is connected, it will automatically check for and notify you of new updates.
Updating your phone wirelessly
You can update your phone over the air using the Update Service application in the phone. You do not lose personal or phone information.
Update Service requires data access such as GPRS, 3G or HSDPA.
To select settings for Update Service Select Menu > Settings > General > Update software > Settings > Internet settings. To use Update Service Select Menu > Settings > General > Update software. Select Search for update and follow the instructions that appear.
Text and picture messages
Messages can contain text, pictures, sound effects, animations, and melodies. When sending messages, the phone automatically selects the most suitable method (as a text or picture message) for sending the message. If you cannot use picture messages, see I cannot use Internet-based services on page 65.
You can send messages from your phone. The maximum size of a standard text message is 160 characters (including spaces) if no other items are added to the message. If you enter more than 160 characters, a second message is created. Your messages are sent as one concatenated message. To create and send a message Select Menu > Messaging > Write new > Message. Enter text. To add items to the message, press the navigation key downwards, scroll by pressing the navigation key left or right, and select an item. Select Continue > Contacts look-up. Select a recipient and select Send.
Before you set up your computer and start using the modem you need: A GSM phone subscription that supports EDGE, GPRS or 3G. A phone subscription that covers Internet browsing. If you are not sure whether you have this, please contact your network operator.
Setting up Internet connections
You can establish an Internet connection through your phone using the following methods: Sony Ericsson PC Companion USB Internet mode in your phone Bluetooth wireless technology
Setting up an Internet connection using Sony Ericsson PC Companion
Sony Ericsson PC Companion lets you access the Internet using a cable connection between your phone and a computer. When you connect the two devices using an approved cable, the How to connect wizard in the PC Companion guides you through the process. An Internet connection is established automatically in one of three ways: If there is an Internet data account under Internet settings that corresponds to your current operator, the connection will be established automatically. If there is no Internet data account under Internet settings that corresponds to your current operator, the application creates a phone data account. If there is insufficient space to save the Internet data in your phone, you will be asked to overwrite an existing data account. To connect to the Internet using Sony Ericsson PC Companion Double-click the Sony Ericsson PC Companion icon on your computer desktop. To open the How to connect wizard, click the How to connect button. In the How to connect wizard, click Next. Select a connection type: USB cable or Bluetooth wireless technology. Click Next and follow the instructions. Click Internet connection. In the Internet connection window, click Connect.
Make sure the signal strength is good enough to establish a data connection.
To end a connection Click Disconnect in the Internet connection window.
Managing connections in Sony Ericsson PC Companion
When you are connected to the Internet using Sony Ericsson PC Companion, you can manage your connections from the Advanced settings menu in the Internet connection window. You can: 3 Use another connection Create a new connection Manage your connections View connection logs To use a connection other than the default connection Select Manage your connections. The Manage your connections window appears. Double-click the connection. The connection starts up. To create a new connection Select Manage your connections. The Manage your connections window appears. Double-click Create a new connection. The Internet Connection Wizard opens. Follow the instructions. The connection that is created becomes your default connection. To manage your connections Select Manage your connections. The Manage your connections window opens. Right-click the icon of the connection to be changed and select Properties. The Properties window opens. Make the changes you want in the various tabs. Click OK. To delete a connection Select Manage your connections. The Manage your connections window opens. Select the icon of the connection to be deleted. Press the Delete key on your keyboard. A confirmation window opens. Click Yes.
To use the Google Maps application for mobile Select Menu > Entertainment > Location services > Google Maps. To learn more about the Google Maps application When you use the Google Maps application, select Options > Help. To view your location When using Google Maps, press. appears.
To view a saved location on a map Select Menu > Entertainment > Location services > My favourites. Scroll to a location and select Go to. To access favourites from the Google Maps application. After opening Google Maps, press
You can set a sound or the radio as an alarm signal. The alarm sounds even if the phone is turned off. When the alarm sounds, you can silence it or turn it off.
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To set the alarm Select Menu > Organiser > Alarms. Scroll to an alarm and select Edit. Scroll to Time: and select Edit. Enter a time and select OK > Save. To set the recurrent alarm Select Menu > Organiser > Alarms. Scroll to an alarm and select Edit. Scroll to Recurrent: and select Edit. Scroll to a day and select Mark. To select another day, scroll to the day and select Mark. Select Done > Save. To set the alarm signal Select Menu > Organiser > Alarms. Scroll to an alarm and select Edit. Scroll to the tab. Scroll to Alarm signal: and select Edit. Find and select an alarm signal. Select Save. To silence the alarm When the alarm sounds, press any key. To repeat the alarm, select Snooze. To turn off the alarm When the alarm sounds, press any key, then select Turn off. To cancel the alarm Select Menu > Organiser > Alarms. Scroll to an alarm and select Turn off. To set the snooze duration Select Menu > Organiser > Alarms. Scroll to an alarm and select Edit. Scroll to Snooze duration: and select Edit. Select an option.
The alarm in silent mode
You can set the alarm not to sound when the phone is in silent mode. 5 To set an alarm to sound or not in silent mode Select Menu > Organiser > Alarms. Scroll to an alarm and select Edit. Scroll to the tab. Scroll to Silent mode: and select Edit. Select an option.
You can synchronise your phone calendar with a computer calendar, with a calendar on the web or with the Microsoft Outlook application.
You can add new appointments or reuse existing appointments.
To add an appointment Select Menu > Organiser > Calendar. Select a date. Scroll to New entry and select Add. Enter the information and confirm each entry. Select Save. To view an appointment Select Menu > Organiser > Calendar. Select a date. Scroll to an appointment and select View. To edit an appointment Select Menu > Organiser > Calendar. Select a date. Scroll to an appointment and select View. Select Options > Edit. Edit the appointment and confirm each entry. Select Save. To set when reminders should sound Select Menu > Organiser > Calendar. Select a date. Select Options > Advanced > Reminders. Select an option.
You can set the keypad lock to avoid accidental dialling. When the keypad is locked, appears. Incoming calls can be answered without unlocking the keypad.
Calls to the international emergency number 112 can still be made.
To use the automatic keylock Select Menu > Settings > General > Automatic keylock. Select an option. To unlock the keypad manually Press any key and select Unlock > OK.
Keep a copy of your IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number in case your phone is stolen. 63
To view your IMEI number Press , , , ,
Some problems can be fixed using Update Service. Using Update Service on a regular basis will optimise the phones performance. See Updating your phone on page 42. Some problems will require you to call your network operator. For more support go to www.sonyericsson.com/support.
Where can I find the regulatory information such as my IMEI number if I cannot turn on my phone?
I have problems with memory capacity or the phone is working slowly
Restart your phone every day to free memory or do a Master reset.
If you select Reset settings, the changes that you have made to settings will be deleted. If you select Reset all, your settings and content, such as contacts, messages, pictures, sounds and downloaded games, will be deleted. You may also lose content that was in the phone at purchase. 3 To reset the phone Select Menu > Settings > General > Master reset. Select an option. Follow the instructions that appear.
I cannot charge the phone or battery capacity is low
The charger is not properly connected or the battery connection is poor. Remove the battery and clean the connectors. The battery is worn out and needs to be replaced. See Charging the battery on page 9.
No battery icon appears when I start charging the phone
It may take a few minutes before the battery icon appears on the screen.
Some menu options appear in grey
A service is not activated. Contact your network operator.
I cannot use Internet-based services
Your subscription does not include data capability. Settings are missing or incorrect. You can download settings using the Settings download or from www.sonyericsson.com/support.
To download settings Select Menu > Settings > User help > Settings download. Follow the instructions that appear.
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Zylo W20 Housing
shaunposts since Nov 29, 2010
hi. if i change the housing of my zylo, will it void the warranty? and where can i get the genuine black housing? mine is scratch cos i cant get any cover out there to protect my phone TT any help would appreciate.
Dr_Chris 4,965 posts since Aug 16, 2010 1. Re: Zylo W20 Housing May 20, 2011 7:13 PM
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/GENUINE-SONY-ERICSSON-ZYLO-BLACKREPLACEMENT-HOUSING_W0QQitemZ200552639373QQcmdZViewItem? rvr_id=233804839128&clk_rvr_id=233809305872&imp_rvr_id=&clk_rvr_id=233809305872&cguid=cb589 Have a look here for a replacement housing.I would imagine that you would void the warranty if you changed the housing, as it involves disassembling and then reassembling the phone.
shaunposts since Nov 29, 2010 2. Re: Zylo W20 Housing May 21, 2011 1:37 PM
i found that too. but i'm kinda worry cos it's from ebay uk. and some of them in ebay might sell some fake product =(
Generated by Jive SBS on 2011-06-09+01:00 1
no credit card or paypal is also another problem==" thx anyway. =)
Jeff-SEAnswers 860 posts since Apr 23, 2010 3. Re: Zylo W20 Housing May 21, 2011 3:49 PM
Removing the housing will void the warranty of this device.
Also, because the housing is not user replaceable, it is very likely that whatever housing you purchase would be not be genuine.
shaunposts since Nov 29, 2010 4. Re: Zylo W20 Housing May 21, 2011 4:36 PM
oh. ok thanks So. can i buy or send my phone to SE to replace it with a price? sorry for my bad english ><
Dr_Chris 4,965 posts since Aug 16, 2010 5. Re: Zylo W20 Housing May 21, 2011 8:00 PM
You could contact your local SE service centre and ask for an estimate of the cost.
shaunposts since Nov 29, 2010 6. Re: Zylo W20 Housing May 22, 2011 5:30 AM
ok. thx =)
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