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Re: "we hear your complaints and we are ignoring them."
Apr 22, 2010, 10:33 AM
in the Article: Google No Longer Researching Nexus One 3G Problems forum

Ywell I have issues with apple just as much as the next Open Source supporter (and countless others for that matter), however I was just using it as an example for why the blame here is on Google and not HTC. Even if it is HTC's hardware that is the issue, because of the way in which the phone is distributed, Google needs to relay that blame to HTC privately, support a fix to the issues, and relay it back ...

Re: Sucks
Apr 22, 2010, 10:30 AM
in the Article: Google No Longer Researching Nexus One 3G Problems forum

If anyone knows of any movements/petitions etc. please provide a link. I would fully support all of the users that got hosed. This is going to set a precedent from one of the most powerful companies around that a company does not need to stand by and support its product. What happens when the iMom (mother omitting module) comes out and crashes in the first few months, and there are ~1million pissed off people? Imagine if Apple said ...

Re: "we hear your complaints and we are ignoring them."
Apr 22, 2010, 10:12 AM
in the Article: Google No Longer Researching Nexus One 3G Problems forum

Because it is funded, sold, marketed, and supported by Google. The early termination fee (the extra one) is charged by Google, not HTC. A separate company manufactures the Iphone, but when people need support they go to Apple.

Re: "we hear your complaints and we are ignoring them."
Apr 22, 2010, 10:03 AM
in the Article: Google No Longer Researching Nexus One 3G Problems forum

Although in general T-Mobile doesn't have the coverage area that ATT or Verizon has, justfinethanku is right. This is a hardware issue and it is completely unprofessional for Google to announce its disregard for supporting the problems. There have been several tests with other 3g phones running on the same T-Mobile network in the same areas and the issue is not the signal, it is how the device handles the signal. It constantly switches to 2g when ...

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