Originally Posted by dave1812
ICS brought back the whine. Would you prefer that I blame the postman, or the moon? geez. You dont' need to characterize my opinion as "silly". that's bordering on being rude.
No, I prefer you blame it on something realistic, like possibly a bad batch of headphone jacks that made it into a batch run of Bionic or something much more realistic. Just as you blame the Bionic in the other thread for the data loss we all experienced though you saw the link and all the evidence that EVERY Verizon 4G phone has had data issues and why it seems linked to how Verizon demands that 3G CDMA and 4G LTE be authenticated identically, you still seem bent on blaming just the Bionic, which to me is silly when it clearly isn't the fault of the phone but the fault of Verizon tinkering with the network.
To me it is silly, and just as rude, to constantly blame ICS for what you experience. Are you claiming the ICS on my Bionic, as well as the Bionics of other people who don't have a whine, is somehow different than the ICS on your Bionic? Because using your logic that it is ICS's fault, then our ICS must be different since we don't or else we would ALL have the whine.
I am not disputing you have a problem. Just like you can go out and get a TV set by, let's say Samsung, and you may get one that was manufactured badly, have a some bad parts in it, that doesn't mean every Samsung TV is bad or even most are. It just means you were unlucky enough to get one of the few that had issues. We all get that at times with various products. And yes, Verizon should by all means make it right for you. But to constantly bash a product for something that is clearly not the root cause of the issue is by defintion silly.