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HTC C/S Guy Just Told Me Flat Out Not To Buy A First Run EVO..

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by BetterMost, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. BetterMost

    Thread Starter

    I called Sprint and HTC to clarify the SD card re formatting issue and was told flat out by HTC If I were you I would wait at least 90 days before buying the EVO Not that our phones are bad or anything but the first runs always tend to be buggy, then he mentioned the Incredible and how on launch day they had over 100 calls holding sometimes over an hour to solve issues they had no solutions for right away. Now im scared! :(
     


  2. ToNrDrOiD

    ToNrDrOiD Member

    there are already releasing a software update for card issue
     
  3. Ashenor

    Ashenor Well-Known Member

    Don't swim for at least 3 hours after you eat!
     
  4. Oridus

    Oridus Android Enthusiast


    The people with the google i/o phones seem to enjoy it very much. The only issue they had was the S/D card. I'll take my chances.
     
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  5. RoboMonkey

    RoboMonkey Android Expert

    1st run G1 FTW! I'm in with both feet.
     
  6. Kingkoa

    Kingkoa Well-Known Member

    I'll take the r isk
     
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  7. Kazrell

    Kazrell Well-Known Member

    If the problems with the Incredible were widespread the they would have made some sort of compromise like a discount or something. They were isolated screen and battery issues - that said. I'm surprised any official HTC or Sprint person would make a bold statement like that. And with Sprints 30 day no questions asked refund policy, I am sooo not afraid.
     
  8. DarkNeo

    DarkNeo Android Enthusiast

    Its not a hardware issue...its software. Which is easily corrected with a software update. Go ahead and wait, more phones for us :D
     
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  9. Deleted User

    Deleted User Guest

    This is no different than buying ANY phone at release. Risk you run, get it now so you can enjoy and not wait and deal with any bugs before they get fixed OR wait until a few updates come out, but then you have to wait.
     
  10. thearch1tect

    thearch1tect Newbie

    i think the risk/reward ratio is stacked in your favor so stop worrying and get ready for greatness
     
  11. Putty

    Putty Android Expert

    Ha Haaaaaa! lol. yeah.

    Risk I am willing to take
     
  12. GaryColeman

    GaryColeman Well-Known Member

    I've decided I want my Evo so much that it doesn't matter. Now my only concern is will my Evo want me?
     
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  13. rdegk15

    rdegk15 Well-Known Member

    when in doubt sell the old one, get a new one.
     
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  14. MyHTCevo

    MyHTCevo Well-Known Member

    My upgrade isn't up until September and I was talking with the manager of one of the retention call centers. (She made it July 1st) She said its good to sometimes to wait a month or so because the release day phones can have problems. I know she was just trying probably to appease me but still, it is not unheard of.

    p.s. I'm waiting for my review unit in the mail...so all is well in my book.
     
  15. BetterMost

    Thread Starter


    The 30 day return policy is the only reason im going ahead with the purchase now. I almost wish I didn't call HTC now.
     
  16. polkadots

    polkadots Android Enthusiast


    Seriously? Buck up, sport.
     
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  17. Radly

    Radly Lurker

    Sure, wait 90 days before getting your EVO. That's about the right time to receive one of the first refurbs we returned.
     
  18. Carioca_FL

    Carioca_FL Newbie

    You do realize they can't sell refurbs as new phones, right?
     
  19. All I had to do was re-seat my SD card a couple times until it was happy, format it, and now it's worked great for 2 weeks. That's sure a rough workaround.
     
  20. fortesquieu

    fortesquieu Android Expert

    You guys are too mean to OP. He is just posting what he has been told, what's wrong with that?

    Anyway, what was the issue with the Incredible that the rep was talking about?
     
  21. some.devil

    some.devil Android Enthusiast

    Issues are expected, we're all early adopters :)
     
  22. The article I read said as many as 60 users had complained about this. Ok, out of 5k phones? I'll take those odds. Seems you need to format the card first which should be a no brainer. You should format ANY new memory card before using it.
     
  23. sean76

    sean76 Android Expert

    Didn't u have insane issues with your incredible?
     
  24. fortesquieu

    fortesquieu Android Expert

    Battery? That's expected.

    It will be interesting to see how many battery threads tomorrow.
     
  25. iamfunkyz

    iamfunkyz Member

    Early adopters adopt early. I won't be waiting.
     

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