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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sjdean, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. sjdean

    sjdean Well-Known Member
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    :( Im unbelievably sad. Im sending my phone back as "faulty".

    Im sure its a firmware issue with regards to the GPS, and I've grown quite attached to my phone. It's my phone, my IMEI and I love it. I even cuddle it and kiss it at night, sing songs to it through the day :eek:

    Well, maybe not those last few things.

    Im gutted. You can almost guarantee that i'll send it back and get something else which is 10 times worse. Im sure it's a firmware issue, but Im not taking the risk in flashing it and finding out that MY issue isn't firmware related.

    Please someone, comfort me.

    Cya
    Simon
     

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    Simon,

    Sorry to hear that mate, but what was the problem?

    Think about it before you take it back, maybe exchange it for another one?

    I can quite safely say that the SGS is the best phone out there at the moment (yes even over the ip4 and Desire).

    Why I think that is from hands on experiences, and i suppose personal preference.

    For me, the SGS just works out of the box.
     
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    Sorry, yes, I will be getting another SGS. But I just don't think I can live without for two whole days. :(

    I've been with phones for a long time and went from things like the 3360, 7610, 6680, N80, N95, N97.

    The SGS Eclipses them all. iPhone, yes, nice phone. Doesn't do a lot else.

    Android is self aware. :)
     

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