G1's Five most Obnoxious FlawsGeneral

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  1. Phases

    Phases Community Manager Administrator

    I wouldn't be here for the users if I didn't put this out there for those of you who haven't seen it yet, to see.

    It mentions several things, including the 1GB cap, hardware inadequacies and lack of video playback/recording (atm, I'm sure developers will be all over that). More after the jump..


    Also, in the article is a link to another with plenty of nice pics.


    N3TWORK BURN3R Well-Known Member

    The only thing that bugs me is the 1GB cap...
  3. JedEye

    JedEye Active Member

    Yes, I will not get one until that is lifted.

    N3TWORK BURN3R Well-Known Member

    It does state that they MIGHT throttle you, not that they WILL. So ill wait for that to happen. Until then, im gonna enjoy the 3g speeds.
  5. JedEye

    JedEye Active Member

    I am on 3G already...with no caps. Even if they MIGHT...They shouldnt have the option. Up to you. Even my GF would exceed this cap.

    N3TWORK BURN3R Well-Known Member

    What are you using atm? Cause i have a Tmobile Dash, although EDGE was nice...2 years ago, im ready for 3G.
  7. JedEye

    JedEye Active Member

    We have been using iPhone's since the initial release. Upgraded to the 3G.
  8. jgorm

    jgorm Well-Known Member

    The data cap is total BS! The non-desktop sync and single google account piss me off too. I sure hope google does not take the way of locking things into them like apple did. That will make be avoid android forever. No video?? WTF. Those things sure make me want to wait for a better option.
  9. JedEye

    JedEye Active Member

    Locked things are easily unlocked these days ;)
  10. ohzopants

    ohzopants Member

    Yeah, locked things rarely stay locked... but locking it in the first place seems to go againt the whole "Open" part of Android.

    I'm reserving my judgement until the extend of this locking to an account is unveiled. Does it just apply to GMail, GTalk and contacts? Or does it go beyond that? I've been amped for Andoid since what feels likeforever, but if they screwed this up it could be a deal breaker for me.
  11. Pdeco1

    Pdeco1 Member

    It seems the issues people have are all very minor and will be easily resolved which makes them temporary at best.

    Which is what makes the phone so great. If there is a problem, developers will make an app to fix it. Yay.
  12. bluesk1d

    bluesk1d Active Member

    Worst case: Buy the phone outright for $399, have T-Mobile unlock it for you 90 days later, walk across the street to AT&T.

    N3TWORK BURN3R Well-Known Member

    the single google account doesnt bother me cause im the only one using the phone. as for the video, u need to do a little bit more research cause video can be done, there just isnt an app included on the phone. u can dl it frm the android marketplace. as for the data cap, ill worry about it when and if it happens to me.
  14. jgorm

    jgorm Well-Known Member

    I have a personal and a business account with google so it really screws me. I relay all my business email thru gmail so i can use it sort of like an exchange server because i'm on so many different computers.
  15. DreamcastDC

    DreamcastDC Member

    The editor does not have his facts straight.

    The G1 LCD panel is a capacitive touchscreen just like a iphone, so the only reason why it does not support it, probably has something to do with Android OS not supporting it yet.

    Even this MP4 player has a capacitive touchscreen that has multi touch, skip to 7:56 mark:
  16. ndnjumpman

    ndnjumpman Member


    "T-Mobile's just rolled back on their 1GB usage cap on their 3G plans for upcoming G1 Android customers, instead going to a hold-up-while-we-figure-this-out route. The statement they give now states that they can reduce throughput for "a small fraction" of users who are using too much data, but exact terms and limits are still being reviewed before they're finalized. Statement after the jump."

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