Well, at the very least T-Mobile is acknowledging the problem and attempting to at least provide basic troubl shooting steps to Nexus One customers suffering from 3G issues. While these steps seem to only provide the most basic of troubleshooting, at least they can help eliminate some of the confusion regarding handset swaps, whether or not HTC will assist in the situation, etc. While resetting the phone as Engadget points out can solve any number of problems it’s only a good first step. Certainly this looks like it will only be solved with a software update that needs to see Google step on the gas. Has anyone managed to solve the problem on their own? Sound off below.