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By DPxMiro, Senior Member on 26th March 2014, 11:18 AM
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I have problem with illumination bar on xperia miro.
Normal, it will light up if I open WALKMAN. But now it doesn't. Anyone know a way to fix this?


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26th March 2014, 11:26 AM |#2  
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I have problem with illumination bar on xperia miro.
Normal, it will light up if I open WALKMAN. But now it doesn't. Anyone know a way to fix this?


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I'm no expert, i've got a Xperia J, but i'll try to assist you as much as i can have you tried clearing the cache of the walkman app?
26th March 2014, 11:52 AM |#3  
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I'm no expert, i've got a Xperia J, but i'll try to assist you as much as i can have you tried clearing the cache of the walkman app?

haha, even when I open a picture from Album illumination bar will light up, but now NO !
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haha, even when I open a picture from Album illumination bar will light up, but now NO !

Hm.... So when you're on the lockscreen does it illuminate?
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Hm.... So when you're on the lockscreen does it illuminate?

NO illuminate anymore. Do you know how to fix?
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NO illuminate anymore. Do you know how to fix?

Not really, all i'm guessing either it's a Internal electrical problem which you can open the phone up or go to a store to fix it, or theres like a driver which sort of tells the system what it is im guessing and that's missing i'm not sure im a newbie
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Not really, all i'm guessing either it's a Internal electrical problem which you can open the phone up or go to a store to fix it, or theres like a driver which sort of tells the system what it is im guessing and that's missing i'm not sure im a newbie

i think problem is the framework or something else, because in stock rom, everything works Perfect
26th March 2014, 02:28 PM |#8  
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i think problem is the framework or something else, because in stock rom, everything works Perfect

you installed a rom? then thats the problem..your walkman might be a ported version from another phone
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you installed a rom? then thats the problem..your walkman might be a ported version from another phone

ah. I see. Thank you
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