T-Mobile Confirms 3G Issues for Google Nexus One
T-Mobile has via its forums recognized that the Google Nexus One device is experiencing issues connecting to its 3G network. T-Mobile said, "Google and T-Mobile are investigating this issue and hope to have more information for you soon. We understand your concern and appreciate your patience." Users have reported no 3G connections at all, or devices that fluctuate between EDGE and 3G. T-Mobile is asking users to send in reports that include location information about where they experienced trouble as well as whether or not other 3G-equipped devices work in the same area.
Google's Pixel and Nexus Phones Catch Security, Dream VR Updates
Google today delivered minor system updates to its Pixel and Nexus devices. The factory images made available from Google for the Pixel and Nexus handsets bring back the "check for update" button within the system settings.
Google Reveals When Nexus Phones Will Cease Receiving Android Updates
Google revised its Nexus support page and provided more information on how long Nexus-branded phones will receive future software updates. Google says Nexus devices will get Android version updates (Lollipop, Marshmallow, etc.) for at least two years from when the device became available on the Google Store.
Google to Let People Design Their Own Nexus Cases
Google today announced Live Cases, a way for Nexus owners to personalize their handset while also protecting it. Interested consumers can upload a photo to Google's site, select a case style, and Google will make the case and ship it.
Google to Push Monthly Security Updates to Nexus Phones
Google today said it plans to push security patches to Nexus-branded Android devices on a monthly basis to make sure they remain protected from potential and developing threats. Google is delivering the first security update today to the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7, Nexus 9, Nexus 10, smartphones and tablets, and the Nexus Player.
Google Wireless Service May Require Nexus 6
Google's forthcoming wireless service will only be available to the Nexus 6 handset at launch, reports the Wall Street Journal. Citing sources familiar with Google's plans, the Journal says Google's wireless service will "weave together" access from T-Mobile and Sprint's cellular services, in addition to WiFi.
thanks Google and T-Mobile, you guys have made my Monday Morning a great one! *End Sarcasim*
It's funny that Google had so much inpu...
This is the first phone really handled through Google, did you re...
I'm supposed to get my $586 phone today. glad to find out that it'll be a great lookin paper weight. will be looking foward to a full refund.
thanks Google and T-Mobile, you guys have made my Monday Mor
If it is a software update, expect a fix really soon. If it is a hardware issue, submit for a warranty exchange.
and to the people making fun of ...
Just like i tell my customers, if youd buy the phones directly from the carrier, youre going to be guara...
Let's get the party started!
What did you expect its T-Mobile!!!
If you read the article or did any amount of diggin at all, you'd have seen that this is not a network issue, but a device issue.
I'm not a fanboy...I have an iPhone and I love it. Though I understand those who do not(in poor AT&T 3G areas I live in Dayton, OH and our AT&T 3G coverage here is amazing).
HA HA HA HA HA
FML means F**K my life
i cant belive this is still a mystery for some.
Yeah I know but it's just so stupid. It's not catchy like WTF or OMG.
Well, So what!
Hopefully this is just something that can be fixed by a firmware/software upgrade, maybe the phone was rushed to the market too soon. I still think this was a great move by htc and google.
Could even be a glitch with something in 2.1
Support Problems Good Reason to Avoid Nexus One
As I've said, the Nexus One could be a major misstep for Google and, so far, unhappy customers are proving me right. Sadly, quality telephone support isn't something Google can roll out overnight, which is another good reason for would-be customers to wait until Google has a better handle on support issues before purchasing a Nexus One.
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It is ironic that TMO a company known for great customer support would pair with a company with no customer support.
Where have I seen this before?
However, HTC is branding the handset under someone else (like say, Audiovox or UTStarcom) , but it still says HTC on the phone... who do I get support from? HTC? No, they're telling me to go to the carrier. The carrier? No, they're telling me to go to Google. Google? Do they even HAVE suppport lines?
Where have I seen this before?
Oh, I know! Just about every HTC device I've ever owned or have come in contact with.
Sounds about right
Hope they figure this issue out
Often the fate of unlocked devices
That said, I am sure that there is going to be a series of patches in the next 30-60 days for many issues with the Nexus One before Google gets it right.
Welcome to the retail world, Google...
Consider your google account deleted and your IP to be banned from google for a sentence of 6 months. Ha! see how you live with that. Learning lessons sometimes can be costly and this sir has caused you your e-freedom. ...
unbranded handset on ATT for over 2yrs now, without any problems with connecting to 3G. The Nokia N95-3. My experience has been great!