New Nexus 7 way glitchier(?) than oldSupport


  1. caspian915

    caspian915 Well-Known Member

    I recently purchased a new version of the Nexus 7 (32gb wifi). I had the 8gb version from last August until October when some idiot knocked it out of my hands on the street.

    I can't necessarily list all particulars but the new one seems to stutter, and crash apps, make freak out electronic noises, etc way more than my original.

    Where the gives? Is there any way to deal with this? I haven't rooted yet, but still, this does not seem like the tablet experience Google is touting. (I'm a fan of Apple and android, and though I have a mixed bag experience with the latter, but this just seems ridiculous...)

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  2. caspian915

    caspian915 Well-Known Member

    Also, I had the whole device freeze up on me so thoroughly the other night that it shut off and it took about a minute to a minute and a half to turn back on. Just now it froze soothe display off and music still playing (from Pandora) but the display wouldn't turn back on and it had to be shut off for anything to change.
  3. iwchris

    iwchris Member

    A dodgy app, could cause that, you could try a factory reset but it will go right back so you will have to start afresh.
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  4. Teknologic

    Teknologic Well-Known Member

    It's Brand new so try a factory reset. If that doesn't work, return it. It should indeed not be doing any of that.
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  5. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    I'd reinstall the factory image. You'll know right after that whether it was bad software or its bad hardware
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  6. caspian915

    caspian915 Well-Known Member

    Is there a difference between reinstalling a factory image and just doing the factory reset from the backup/restore section of the settings?
  7. caspian915

    caspian915 Well-Known Member

    I'll just mention too that I seem to have a lot of trouble while using Pandora, but that seems strange because using it on my less powerful LG Optimus Elite causes no problems...
  8. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    Yes. Restoring a factory image will reinstall all software.

    Factory resets just wipe data
  9. iwchris

    iwchris Member

    Reckon its got to be a Factory Reset, as if its an App the problem will still be there.
    Good Luck:)
  10. whs37

    whs37 Well-Known Member

    If it is brand new and the problem does not go away, I would RMA it.
  11. androidpod

    androidpod Well-Known Member Contributor

    I just bought my second one, my wife commandeered the first one :D

    This Nexus 7 is 32GB which I wanted originally but all they had was 16GB so it all worked out great.

    I simply cannot say enough good things about the Nexus 7. Not only is there two in my family, but at least eight of my friends have bought them. All of them are outstanding with everyone being 100% happy. That's saying a lot because some of us are very picky.

    Its the ideal size for portability. What's interesting is I also have an iPad 4, and iPad Mini. I greatly prefer the Nexus 7 over the Mini for several significant reasons.

    The Mini is 15 mm wider, which doesn't sound like much yet makes it awkward to hold one handed for very long. Conversely the Nexus is very easy and comfortable to hold. The grippy material on the back gives a very secure feeling making it a joy to use.

    Several months of heavy daily use with the first one was trouble free, fast & fun. I'm sure the new one will be the same.

    Then there's all the advantages of Android 4.2.x. This OS is so smooth and fast, it adds to the fun of using this tablet. I highly endorse the Nexus 7.
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