(Posts: 187; Member since: 23 Sep 2009)
Ok, so people couldn't figure that out but they think they need this phone? LOL.
(Posts: 441; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
Correct me if I'm wrong, but shouldn't a phone already be able to "automatically" look for and connect to the network it's on? IMO, Google and HTC should have worked just a tad harder at making sure something like this doesn't happen...especially since the damn thing is a PHONE in the first place. Making sure a phone registers and stays connected with a 3G signal seems like a pretty essential part of releasing a phone to the public; especially when it is being touted as the new, amazing, wonder-phone that was/is.
(Posts: 541; Member since: 26 Dec 2008)
Wow, why in the world did they release the phone without the Automatic select already enabled.
(Posts: 222; Member since: 15 Oct 2009)
Maybe since it's an unlocked handset, it comes from the manufacturer without the setting? Might make sense.
(Posts: 492; Member since: 20 Jan 2010)
Yeah, it might make sense for an unlocked phone, and I dislike Apple, but if you are trying to steal market share from the iPhone, wouldn't you want to ensure that the user experience is seamless and more importantly: geared for the genreally impatient non-techie iPhone user?
(Posts: 102; Member since: 05 Feb 2009)
I admit it's kind of stupid for HTC and Google to not have the phone set to automatically search for 3g networks, but it's being blown way out of proportion, the fix is easy and right in the software, you literally just have to go into a settings menu, and press the screen a few times. You have google search...use it.
(Posts: 801; Member since: 10 Feb 2009)
well its is stupid and easy but does it really work for all caus nobody offered any feedback yet
I solved it by resetting my APN settings.
It seems this probelm has been around since the beging of 2010.
Shame on you Google !.