This has happened to me one time in the same area, but never anywhere else. What was weird is that when it was happening my 3g and 4g were going back and forth. I wonder if has to do with anything about bordering a 4g and 3g area?? I turned off 4g while I was there and did not have a problem after that, if I remember correctly. This happened about a month ago and has not happened again and I bought my Nexus on launch day.
You only live once, but if you live right once is enough.
Just as a funny side note: About an hour after I posted that I never had this issue, my GF called me. I answered, and couldn't hear anything. I was like "wow, jinxed myself big time". I hung up and called back, she answered right away by saying "sorry, I didn't realize I had hit send already, and set my phone back down to grab my purse". So...I'm still a lucky one so far.
Device(s): HTC Rezound
returned Galaxy Nexus LTE
retired X2 & OG
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I can't help but wonder whether Google removing offical support for this phone has anyting to do with this issue? If that's the case, then starring this issue on the Google support page is worthless as they would be pointing the finger at the carrier/manufacturer (and if THAT's the case, I am less hopeful it will ever be solved).
...Google removing offical support for this phone has anyting to do with this issue?
Lies. Google did not remove support. They removed partial dev support due to their inability to offer proprietary CDMA binaries needed to make the phone function 100%. The Verizon Galaxy Nexus will still see prompt updates direct from Google just like the GSM version.
If this post sounds "jerky", I'm sorry. I come off that way most of the time.
I had this issue again today. Guys.... please, please, PLEASE go "star" that issue. I know it's got to be more than 141 people having this problem.
What's considered "prompt" as far as updates? I've had my Galaxy Nexus since 12/24/11 and I'm just shy of two months ownership and I'm still on 4.0.2. I know it takes time to properly test, but I thought the updates would be a bit faster. I guess anything's faster than Motorola.
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