I know there are many threads about this already, but coming from an iPhone w/ AT&T, I'm a bit disconcerted by this situation. Having to download this or that app to fix it, wave my phone in magic circles, enable or not enable certain options... This all seems a bit ridiculous to me. My iPhone -never- had GPS problems. Indoors or outdoors, upstairs or downstairs, it always knew where I was. Unfortunately I recently had my iPhone stolen so I bought a Thunderbolt. With hindsight now acquired, I thought I would take advantage of one of the "find my phone" features for my new phone, but it never knows where I am. It's accurate within maybe 100 yards on a good day, a mile radius on a bad day, and I just don't understand why. This is more of a commentary as it seems there is nothing I can do at this point.. I've tried downloading the apps, different configurations, different options selected for "the most accuracy", calibrated many times over, and yet still I cannot obtain a GPS signal which I would even consider decent, much less accurate. Most often the "accuracy" is off as well, putting me outside the circle with Latitude and a mile away. Having read the other threads about the issue, I am now convinced there is nothing I can do, and GPS inaccuracy seems to be an acceptable norm among the Android community. Or maybe it's Verizon? I really don't know... Of course this causes problems with GPS apps as well. Can I find the nearest chinese take out with Yelp? Nope. Not unless I go outside my apartment, wait 5 minutes for it to grab my actual location, and then search. I'm mostly just disappointed because of the whole "find my phone" thing. I am now convinced that were my Android phone to ever be stolen, I would never be able to find it, no matter what precautions I took. Whereas with my iPhone, had I had the foresight to enable the feature, it wouldn't have been an issue. I don't mean this to be an iPhone vs. Android debate but... really, myself/we as Android users should not accept these issues GPS issues as the norm. Unless I'm missing something, and maybe I am... maybe AT&T uses a better or larger network of satellites to grab the location? I really don't know but I'm frustrated and a bit angry about it. TLDR - iPhone always knew where I was, through storm, underground, on a cloudy or sunny day. My Thunderbolt seems confused about my location no matter what.