Tag Archives: Nexus One

Google Blames T-Mobile 3G Network For Nexus One 3G Issues

Earlier this morning a Google employee over at the Google Support Forums updated us on the Nexus One 3G issue that had been plaguing a good amount of Nexus One owners. The Google employee claims that after some investigation in the matter, the  3G issue was apparently the cause of poor T-Mobile 3G coverage. But wait, its not entirely T-Mobile’s fault. The employee also states that there’s a software component that also is a key factor … [read full article]

Looking For Android?

There is little debate as to what constitutes the hottest OS platform in the mobile industry right now, Android. T-Mobile was the first to bring the Android platform to the masses and has led the pack with the widest selection of devices from the get go. This nifty cheat sheet straight from the T-Mobile website shows some basic breakdowns of the T-Mobile selection and also re-confirms that 256mb of RAM in the MyTouch LE. … [read full article]

Could It Be This Simple, Nexus One 3G Fix?

No real surprise here that a fix for the Nexus One 3G connectivity issues turns out to be something incredibly simple, yet not from Google. While this may not be a permanent solution, it worked for one Kevin of JKontherun, it remains to be seen if it works for everyone else who was suffering 3G issues. Apparently, it’s so simple that all you have to do is go into the settings and allow the … [read full article]

Ninjas Do It Better

The unboxing video is a holy grail in the tech blogging world and always manages to excite the masses. Nothing you have seen up to this point can hold a candle to this unboxing video, the craziest stop-action unboxing video ever created. In a word…awesome. Engadget

TmoNews Forums Recap, Phonedog Giveaway Blitz

Presenting “what’s happening in the forums” as it becomes a weekly (sometimes weekend) staple on a random day during the week. We’re bringing you all the fun that happens inside the TmoNews forums! How about that Fender edition MyTouch 1.2 with Eric Clapton? Chalk up another celeb endorsement from T-Mobile to help bring in the customers. Perhaps you’re still looking for info on that T-Mobile 7.2 Mbps rollout? Other people are looking too; join them … [read full article]

Nexus One Upgrade Price Change Cometh

Well this is a positive step in the right direction for Google, who has faced a stream of criticism lately from upset customers regarding price/upgrade issues and 3G connectivity. Effective today, T-Mobile customers who purchased the Nexus One at the price of $379 will be refunded $100 dollars, or the difference between the $379 and $279 pricing. Refund eligible customers, or those who purchased the phone prior to today can expect to receive the … [read full article]

First Week Handset Sales Comparison

It’s been roughly a week since Google and HTC revealed the Nexus One via press conference at their headquarters. Expectations were of course high for the Google handset, as is usually true for anything that is attached to the Google name. However, according to Mobile App Analytics over at Flurry, who are estimating (based on usage of the apps that it instruments) around 20,000 Nexus One handsets were sold in the first week of launch.  Looking … [read full article]

T-Mobile Offering PHP Insurance For The Nexus One

Okay so you finally have your brand spankin’ new Nexus One and if you were like most T-Mobile customers, you probably paid the $529.99 unlocked retail price. Of course such an expensive handset should definitely be taken extra care of. So thanks to our beloved Magenta, they are offering PHP (Premium Handset Protection) Insurance for both, customers that bought the phone through Google unlocked and customers that activated or upgraded with the subsidized $179.99 price tag. … [read full article]

T-Mobile Tries Basic Troubleshooting With Nexus One

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 … [read full article]