Nexus One users having problems with touchscreen calibration and 3G connectivity

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Nexus One users having problems with touchscreen calibration and 3G connectivity
We all know about the problems that Nexus One users have had keeping the device on a 3G network. Google is aware of this problem and is working on a solution. Now, N-One users have been burning down the Nexus One discussion Forum to complain about problems with the touchscreen. In some cases, a different letter than the one selected and pressed is showing up on the screen and in some cases, the device registers nothing at all on the display. Google is also aware of this problem and is working on a correction. Some have said that putting the handset to sleep and then waking it up will give temporary relief. If the problem is software related,an upgrade can solve the problem. If it is a hardware problem, well, the phone is still under warranty and will be exchanged. For those who would rather sit back and let a upgrade make the necessary repair, the Motorola Cliq had a similar problem with its screen that was fixed by a OTA upgrade.

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source: NexusOneDiscussionForum via Engadget


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9 Comments

1. theGodpapa

Posts: 181; Member since: Dec 15, 2009

same thing happened to my sons Eris when he got it for Christmas, I had to replace it because there was nothing else I could do besides that. Sucks , but this is what Google gets for venturing on their own. Next time, stick with a carrier for your phones and it will save you a lot of head aches. HTC Passion FTW! DROID DOES!!

2. Iphoneisthesuck

Posts: 59; Member since: Oct 13, 2009

YEAAH GROWING PAINS!!!!!!!!!!!

8. Illyich

Posts: 167; Member since: Oct 13, 2009

I lol'd

3. Steven58

Posts: 80; Member since: Nov 25, 2009

Glad it's happening to T-Mobile customers and will be fixed by the time it comes to Verizon.

4. Mateo8326

Posts: 472; Member since: Jul 15, 2009

Wow with all that anticipation but it happens with all 1st release phone, no phone at launch came out perfectly

5. wsmitt

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 18, 2010

With every new phone there will be a period of "growing pains" hence some of the problems with the nexus one the I-Phone also had and look how popular it is. Once everything is ironed out it will be one of the best phones on the American market and it will have the fastest network connection on T-Mobile's service. there are too many users on anyone else's service that will slow down the connection time.

6. tonyc_42

Posts: 61; Member since: Aug 18, 2009

yeah it will surely be awesome on t-mobile's five square miles of 3g network coverage. that was sarcasm btw...

7. vzwtechbill

Posts: 175; Member since: Mar 16, 2009

tonyc, don't forget the "there are too many users on anyone else's service that will slow down the connection time" part...if you're one of the 10 humans with T-mo in that 5 square miles, you're golden!!!

9. Illyich

Posts: 167; Member since: Oct 13, 2009

Oh T-Mobile. You sometimes make AT&T look like slightly less of a laughing stock. Almost.

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