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Google says T-Mo to blame for 3G issues?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by smitty24, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. smitty24

    smitty24 Well-Known Member
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  2. oniongirl

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    No, Google blames T-Mobile for some users' issues. People who are in poor reception areas are not going to benefit from a software fix. Those that can hold two T-Mo phones next to each other, one with 3G and one without will benefit. And thank goodness; hopefully that'll put the lid on that awful problem and we can move onto the next ;)
     
  3. mudrock1000

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    Oh man i can't wait. That'll basically complete my N1 is the 3g fix. :D
    It'll be over the air right?
     
  4. Inhuman

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    I hope the coming update fixes the 3g issues, AND also the other issues that the nexus one has. Hope google doesnt forget about those.

    Also about the 3g blaming. How can it be tmobile fault when the g1(an htc phone) gets better 3g than the nexus1?
     
  5. androidtx

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    my G1 could never hold a 3g signal in my home, my N1 does. I never have a problem with 3g outdoors, only indoors. The problem is the 3g frequency that tmobile uses by its very nature does not penetrate indoor locations well. Based on the technology used, I would hold tmobile accountable for most of it.
     
  6. spartan141

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    ^what he said;)
     
  7. Inhuman

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    guess that makes sense :)
     
  8. Fastmhz

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    Blame it on the al-al-al-al-alcohol.
     
  9. afine1

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    Do you have any idea what you are talking about? If T-Mobile is accountable then why does my 3g work great indoors and out (even in elevators) as long as I have wcdma only selected? As soon as I go back to wcdma preferred it goes off. And a mytouch and clique still have 3g. Explain this please? Is it somehow T-Mobile's fault that other phones work and my nexus doesn't. If you really are not having a problem that most of us are having then please do not offer your unfounded oppinion on the situation.
     
  10. MartinS

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    Let's hope the fix is for radio boosting full stop, for those of us who live in 3 bar GPRS areas and pick our phone up only to see the signal disappear completely.
     
  11. Stonez

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    If you read the post it doesn't say that T-mobile is responsible for the problems. It does say that some people may have issues with the lack of 3G in some areas where they are on the edge of the 3G footprint. T-mobile is still building out the 3G in many areas.

    Other than those areas, there is absolutely no way that this is a network issue caused by T-mobile. I have tested side by side an N1, G1, Samsung T39 and a Cliq and ONLY the N1 had issues. The post by Google is being misunderstood by some.
    Lets hope the update provides resolution to this issue so we can move on.
     
  12. StarMenace

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    Has there been a fix to this? I had great 3G reception on my MyTouch but my N1 has poor reception of 3G.
     
  13. crabman

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    I dont think al-al-al-al-alcohol should have to carry the whole burden. I smoked a lot of pot in the 70s.
     
  14. sluma

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    I personally do not think that it's a hardware issue, it really seems like a provider issue. I have the "Rogers/AT&T" version of the nexus one and I've never had any 3G issues. I get consistent 3G as well as HSPA+ at times. Again this is just my experience
     
  15. mudrock1000

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    I get better signal and data on my nexus than other t-mobile phones. However I do strongly believe it is partly T-Mobile's fault.

    PS: Who bumped this >.<
     
  16. StarMenace

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    I had a MyTouch running on T-Mobile, the 3G reception was very good here in the Twin Cities. I now have a Nexus One and the 3G reception, even in the same areas, is weak or sometimes non-existent. It too is running on T-Mobile's network. My wife has a Samsung Behold 2, there are spots, especially in our house, where she has a perfect 3G signal and the Nexus is on Edge when the phones are sitting side by side.
     
  17. StarMenace

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    I guess that would've been me...
     
  18. TimeOut

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    I'm on AT&T also and I've not had my phone drop back to Edge at all. I had a Samsung Jack and it would regularly flip between 3g and Edge.

    Sean
     
  19. cb00

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    Definitely hoping to get a boost on reception
     
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