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Old February 11th, 2012, 06:43 AM   #351 (permalink)
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if i had it to do over again. i would stay with 2.2 froyo. 2.3.5 GB is to glitchy right now. to many small things. from text messaging to the browser to getting email setup right. this upgrade isnt a upgrade. it is like a very first beta test.

i myself did the factory restore to get ride of the teathering error message. it worked for a little bit when i did the battery pull but once i pluged the phone into my PC it came back. so i did the factory restore.
I also disagree..the update is a good one. And why would you have plug your phone into a PC? Between 2.2 and 2.3 mine never saw a usb connection...not sure of the need other than maybe to flash with Odin

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I also disagree..the update is a good one. And why would you have plug your phone into a PC? Between 2.2 and 2.3 mine never saw a usb connection...not sure of the need other than maybe to flash with Odin
You updated from 2.2 to 2.3 without connecting to computer? How?
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wife up graded to GB and now she is getting error

the application browser (process.com.android.browser) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again. FORCE CLOSE

I am not sure how she updated the phone as my android is on its way.

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wife up graded to GB and now she is getting error

the application browser (process.com.android.browser) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again. FORCE CLOSE

I am not sure how she updated the phone as my android is on its way.

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homescreen >menu>Settings>applications>manage applications>select all at the top > select browser> then click on clear data

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I disagree, 2.3 is much better than 2.2 imo. Quicker, better battery, wifi connection issues on 2.2 are now fixed, and more...
How is it better? Where are these fixes?

Another wonderful feature of my phone post 2.3.5 update is that the battery tanks. I unplugged it this morning at 09:00, and now at 17:00, it's already dead. 8 hours in full coverage, sending/receiving 8 texts, no calls, all power options off and no internet usage. I didn't even unlock it more than 3 times today.
This is significantly worse than what it was a couple days ago with 2.2. If there are fixes, wonderful. Please link them or explain the fixes before I either throw this phone out the window or try to revert it back to 2.2.
At least my battery lasted longer than 8 hours and the WiFi worked on 2.2.
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Old February 11th, 2012, 10:24 PM   #356 (permalink)
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You updated from 2.2 to 2.3 without connecting to computer? How?
Sorry... I connected to Kies to upgrade to GB. It was the first time it was connected to the PC since upgrading to 2.2 awhile back
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I also disagree..the update is a good one. And why would you have plug your phone into a PC? Between 2.2 and 2.3 mine never saw a usb connection...not sure of the need other than maybe to flash with Odin
i connect to the PC to add files, remove files,and mp3's ect.... do it at least twice a week.
i never had a wifi issue so i cant say anything about that problem. now there are so many small issues it sucks. in the middle of a text, the text will close. when getting a new text i click on it to open it, it takes you to the message window with all text and you have to select the text you want. when using the browser every time you go to a new page the checker board design flashes, sometimes it will go to the page you want sometimes it closes all together. as another person stated about the battery. i think it is worse now. less than 8 hours of medium use the battery is below 15% THE ONLY THING i like about this update is the copy and paste is 100% better and the GPS is 100% better. i use ADW EX launcher so i dont see any of the GB stuff.
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Yea a lot of pros & cons, but we can't get away from the fact that the captivate is relatively old technology. All you have to do is pick up a galaxy S2 and it's instantly noticeable. It's been a great introduction to android, but time to move on.
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The update was uneventful. I got the tethering message, but I was able to cancel out of it and it has not reappeared.

I am, however, not getting the 3G symbol. I can't connect to internet or email unless I'm in wi-fi range.

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Old February 13th, 2012, 03:38 PM   #360 (permalink)
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Thanks for the answers I think I will stick with version 2.2 until I am due for a new phone
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Still getting tethering error. Tried the Kies fix, and going in and turning it off and back on. Both worked, temporarily, but every time I reboot the phone, and then reconnect with USB, it starts to come back.

And I refuse to factory reset for this. I am not rooted and can't root, or I lose my ability to access corporate e-mail on my phone.
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I got my 3G back. I stopped in to the AT&T store and the salesman activated packet data. That did it.

I know I tried that myself, but it wouldn't activate. I guess I didn't have the right touch.
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I upgraded from a rooted 2.2 to 2.3 and lost root. There's a thread here on rooting 2.3 that worked like a charm. I am now rooted with 2.3. I froze tethering with Titanium Backup and fixed that problem. My phone is now 100%. I have not noticed any difference in battery life at all. 2.3 is not a noticable improvement, for me anyway. I haven't found anything that I couldn't live without. Just my two cents.
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I said to hell with it and bought the new Galaxy II. I like it so far. So I have a Captivate for sale with Fasty installed that's better than it was when it was new.
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I said to hell with it and bought the new Galaxy II. I like it so far. So I have a Captivate for sale with Fasty installed that's better than it was when it was new.
I second that. I picked up a S2 last Saturday and not looking back. The Captivate was a great device but it's run it's course.
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I updated to GB a couple days ago and so far, don't like it. I lost connectivity with my car which worked perfectly before. Bluetooth works and it says it's connected but after a call is place, either voice or manually dialing, it instantly ends. I tried reinstalling the phone book and it still does the dame thing. Not happy. That and I now need a microscope to see the icons in the tool bar.

Any advice on the car issue?
I fixed my issue but doing a reset. It kept GB but I now have connectivity with my car and haven't seen any other issues.
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How is it better? Where are these fixes?

Another wonderful feature of my phone post 2.3.5 update is that the battery tanks. I unplugged it this morning at 09:00, and now at 17:00, it's already dead. 8 hours in full coverage, sending/receiving 8 texts, no calls, all power options off and no internet usage. I didn't even unlock it more than 3 times today.
This is significantly worse than what it was a couple days ago with 2.2. If there are fixes, wonderful. Please link them or explain the fixes before I either throw this phone out the window or try to revert it back to 2.2.
At least my battery lasted longer than 8 hours and the WiFi worked on 2.2.
Don't know about your battery but mine is definitely better now. I can listen to Pandora for 8 straight hours and still have 50% left. That is including a half hour reading an ebook, probably half hour surfing the web and another 20 minutes in calls. It wouldn't do that with 2.2. It could just be that you have an app that isn't playing nicely, or you may need to do a reset? Once I upgraded to 2.2, my wifi stopped automatically connecting to trusted networks when I got within range. I would usually have to turn the wifi radio off and then back on for it to even rescan and recognize networks that i was now in. 2.3 seems to have fixed that and I can seemlessly go from work on wifi, to 3G on the way home and on my wifi at home without any input from me.

Again, these are my experiences and my phone isn't exactly like yours. i think people forget that these are just really small computers with tons of variables.
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I fixed my issue but doing a reset. It kept GB but I now have connectivity with my car and haven't seen any other issues.

Nope, I was wrong, it's still not working. This sucks.
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Nope, I was wrong, it's still not working. This sucks.
Sounds like it's time for a new device
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No you cannot. Just hold the volume down button until it reaches silent mode..simple as that.
You can go to the market and install "Silent Toggle Widget" and place it on your homepage. Works well and you can tell which mode your phone is in without swiping down.
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I upgraded to 2.3.5 on ATT Captivate.

I factory reset the device, THEN upgraded through Keis.

I'm having lots of issues. These are daily issues. HOW DO I FIX THIS!

1) Messages sometimes don't go out. Messaging system goes blank after I click send. I need to type out and send again.

2) Messages sometimes instantly closes when I open. Not FC, but it closes without warning

3) Android market sometimes cuts off. Won't download anything until phone restart.

4) Phone sometimes dials last number non stop. I click End call, but the phone dials the number over and over about 10 times, before it finally stops.

5) The GPS is even more terrible. Looses connection all the time, takes as much as 20 minutes for the first lock in of position. GPS is basically a worthless broken feature now. I bought the phone primarily for it's GPS

6) Plus random issues happen everyday. I'm talking about basic built in phone features not working.

7) I have to Soft Reset the phone many times a day.
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I upgraded to 2.3.5 on ATT Captivate.

I factory reset the device, THEN upgraded through Keis.

I'm having lots of issues. These are daily issues. HOW DO I FIX THIS!

1) Messages sometimes don't go out. Messaging system goes blank after I click send. I need to type out and send again.

2) Messages sometimes instantly closes when I open. Not FC, but it closes without warning

3) Android market sometimes cuts off. Won't download anything until phone restart.

4) Phone sometimes dials last number non stop. I click End call, but the phone dials the number over and over about 10 times, before it finally stops.

5) The GPS is even more terrible. Looses connection all the time, takes as much as 20 minutes for the first lock in of position. GPS is basically a worthless broken feature now. I bought the phone primarily for it's GPS

6) Plus random issues happen everyday. I'm talking about basic built in phone features not working.

7) I have to Soft Reset the phone many times a day.
I would try another factory reset after the upgrade.
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I meant to say I did Factory reset, then Upgrade to ATT 2.3.5 through Keis, then Factory Reset. What else can I do?

I did all this because I wanted it to go smoothly.

New problems come up all the time. Like a new problem just a now.

On the way somewhere 6 Hours ago, the GPS navigation started talking in a human woman's voice, halfway to the destination. I'm not joking. I never heard that voice before, it's always been a robotic voice. On the way home the whole phone froze for 5 min. and after 5 min. the navigation started talking in the human woman's voice again. The phone froze again, in a couple min. and I had to pull the battery. AHHHHH!

This phone freezes way too often. I need to preemptively soft reset the phone a few times a day just to make sure the phone will work. (Internet, Email, Market, Messaging, EVEN BASIC PHONE.

What are my rights and what can I do about it. ATT sent me a text message to upgrade my phone, so I did. I am a Computer Technician, I know how to avoid problems if possible. I did the upgrade in the safest way possible. How do I get my phone fixed! It gets worse every day since the official update to 2.3.5.
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Don't mean to make light of it, but that sounds like a possessed device! Seriously tho, mine was doing a lot of those things as well, especially the redial thing. I think the only answer is to flash a custom rom. Of course the Captivate is still a bit outdated, so putting it to rest sadly is the most practical solution imo.
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Is anyone else experiencing any of these problems with the new 2.3.5 update, that I mentioned in different posts?

1) My Captivate is faster, but much worse at the same time.

2) I did notice that I am magically available for a new phone, by ATT, even though it has only been 16 months of my 24 month contract.

It almost seems like ATT and Samsung want me to to buy a new phone.

Anyone else noticing these 2 things. Phone is worse, but a new phone contract is magically available long before the 24 month contract?

It's weird, I just asked an ATT salesman a few months ago, if I could buy a new phone after only 12 months. They said NO, I had to wait 24 months, from my time of purchase.

I don't want to be suckered into buying a new phone. Do I have any rights to tell ATT their update broke my phone? They don't support software, but if my BASIC PHONE can't even send calls or WONT STOP sending calls sometime, wouldn't they be required by law to fix a device they broke with an update?

After all they did send me the text, telling me to update.
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For the last month or so after I got my Captivate (and after I upgraded to GB 2.3.5) I have had intermittent, weird errors. For example, today the phone rang and I could not slide the "accept" icon to the right to answer it. The phone acted like it was locked (or locked up). Other times it will spontaneously reboot - while it's sitting in my pocket. Or it will lock up completely and require a battery pull. On some occasions, I will hit the messaging icon and the calendar will pop up!

I swore I would never give a dime of my money to Apple again, so I'm committed to making this Captivate (and Android in general) work. And I'm not going back to 2.2. I'm tempted to root it and check out CM7 or Serendipity, but after seeing the news of Samsung getting ready to roll out a firmware upgrade to 2.3.5 phones, I'm tempted to wait. Maybe that will also fix some of those problems I've been having.

But probably not.
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I have been having some odd problems as well. I got my Captivate new maybe 10 days ago. I updated it to GB 2.3.5 right away and had to pull the battery out once from freezing, another time my phone completely lost (no single) service during a call (had to restart to get it back), and the phone at times just lags and lags.
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I have been having some odd problems as well. I got my Captivate new maybe 10 days ago. I updated it to GB 2.3.5 right away and had to pull the battery out once from freezing, another time my phone completely lost (no single) service during a call (had to restart to get it back), and the phone at times just lags and lags.
My wife's on stock & experiences the same things. Honestly at this point you're much better off going with one of the CM flavors (7.1 or 9 alpha). I've been on 9 (ICS) for a while now & though it has its bad moments, it's so much nicer than anything stock will ever be.
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Not trying to be a jerk, but after reading all these posts I'm VERY glad that Kies didn't work when I tried to upgrade from 2.2 to 2.3 earlier this year.

Its sounding like almost everyone is having major problems with it. And those who aren't having problems aren't really all that impressed by the update anyways. Being left out saved me a lot of headache apparently!
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Not trying to be a jerk, but after reading all these posts I'm VERY glad that Kies didn't work when I tried to upgrade from 2.2 to 2.3 earlier this year.

Its sounding like almost everyone is having major problems with it. And those who aren't having problems aren't really all that impressed by the update anyways. Being left out saved me a lot of headache apparently!

i love the update i just would like my 3g to work at the max rate of the hardware if there is anything to nitpick at that would be it
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