Support N4 signal issues compared to GNex?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by big_mike, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. big_mike

    big_mike Well-Known Member
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    i am 100% sure the n4 has some major signal issues compared to my gnex just day to day my kitchen at work (im a chef) and my works office, my living room at home both places i could get signal fine before but now there is no coverage.

    carrier is the same, and climate the same literally a different phone.

    anyone else?
     

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  2. SiempreTuna

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    Haven't noticed much difference between the N4 and my previous phone .. Mind you, reception at my place is pretty dire: I might not notice if it was slightly worse.
     
  3. big_mike

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    anyone else? :)
     
  4. MartinS

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    I switched from a GNex to an N4 and I can't say that the N4 seems worse at all.
     
  5. SiempreTuna

    SiempreTuna Well-Known Member
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    Could be your carrier is being affected by iOS6!

    Don't know if you saw the stories yesterday that Vodafone (biggest network in UK) and a carrier in europe (Holland or Germany?) had SMS'd their iPhone users asking them NOT to upgrade to iOS6 as it was bringing down their networks wherever there was a concentration of upgraded iPhones.

    I knew it: IT'S ALL APPLE'S FAULT!! :)
     
  6. ritchea

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    I've experienced just the opposite. I rarely had a signal in my house (ST AT&T) with the GNex. The two iPhone 4s's almost always have a signal on the same service. When I first got the N4, I tried my husband's (iphone) micro sim in my phone, and N4 got a better signal than his did. On my GNex, I used to set the phone to 2G so that it would connect to a tower with a better phone signal while I'm at home (have wifi so only need the phone). I don't have to do that with the N4 which is using the cut-down sim from the GNex.
     
  7. LoyalServant

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    I have noticed that the phone sometimes has trouble bringing up a data connection.
    That's the only issue I have... it reports a better signal compared to my Galaxy Nexus.
     
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