Sprint Clarifies LG Rumor Issues
Sprint says that low inventory levels of the LG Rumor are due to its high sales volume, not because the device was removed from shelves because of a glitch. Sprint did find a minor technical error in some Rumor's, but it was limited in scale and Sprint already issued a fix for affected customers. Sprint is working to boost inventory, and expects the Rumor will be widely available soon.
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I thought so...
Now as for the news about the glitch, sprint already sent the fix to the customers who were affected.
Its because of the LG Voyager.
We sold out of the Rumor within 4 days of having them. They've been on back order for about 4 or 5 weeks now. We were told 2nd week of Jan we should start seeing them again.
Also the glitch they speak of was for the "Panic Mode" ...it occured when a series of numbers were pushed at the startup of the phone which would cause the phone to basically wipe itself out. Unfortunately as a result... the phone could not be reprogammed & it would be deemed as useless.
So its true... the phones were not removed from the stores... we simply just ran out.
Where's the source?
high sales volume