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12th April 2014, 06:48 AM   |  #1  
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Couple of questions... I tried to take a small video and then a picture and my camera shut down immediately. Has anyone seen this behavior? The software said that the phone was too hot, but I didn't feel it overheating.

Next, battery life is much worse then the HTC m8 I am coming from.

Finally, I needed to get att LTE in the sun card and had a tough time getting that put on by the rep at the store. How do you guys get around the "Xperia phones don't get LTE crap?"

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Couple of questions... I tried to take a small video and then a picture and my camera shut down immediately. Has anyone seen this behavior? The software said that the phone was too hot, but I didn't feel it overheating.

Next, battery life is much worse then the HTC m8 I am coming from.

Finally, I needed to get att LTE in the sun card and had a tough time getting that put on by the rep at the store. How do you guys get around the "Xperia phones don't get LTE crap?"

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xperia devices vary
For some reason

Meaning that you have a posiblity of getting a faulty device .i recomend getting a replacement or wait to see if this is common xperia issue

LTE depends on your country , or sim provider

Battery drain may be caused by an installed app or a broken system process

I recomend getting a replacement Z2 becuause this is nowhere near normal behaivor
15th April 2014, 06:56 AM   |  #3  
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I've actually been able to solve all of my problems by doing a repair via PC Connection. Much of it had to be because of a rogue app.

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ok nice
normaly if it came like that id try to get a free replacement

i did mistake you for someone who probably couldent have figured this out

my bad , nice to know, and have a good day

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15th April 2014, 10:17 AM   |  #5  
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Check out this article:

http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/produ...rame-xperia-z2
16th April 2014, 01:48 PM   |  #6  
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Check out this article:

http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/produ...rame-xperia-z2

Do you know any thing more than what this link says or what

i found recently it depends on the country its made in
i was just wondering if this is true

i also saw some issues else about CPU scaling issues aka but i don't remember what i read

good news:
most issues given can be fixed by "fixing your device" using Sony PC companion
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