This phone is unbrickable.
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"I'll stop buying smartphones when they make One smarter than me."Where's the stylus pen on the new One?
how much you want to bet that when the GN get's it's update, it'll be FAR less buggy and problematic that any moto phone.
The phones been out 3 going on 4 months. How many updates were you expecting to be completed and tested in that time? They don't just throw a few fixes together and push it like GB was. It's a brand new OS and things are being written from scratch. It takes time. Also don't piss on the work of the Devs, referring to them as joe shmoe in their mothers basement. That might have been the most stupid comment I've ever read. They are very intelligent and hard working and do it all for FREE for us to enjoy. In fact, the whiney little comments sound a lot like some spoiled little brat living in their mother's basement. Sbenson is completely right. You would have to intentionly try to "hard" brick it. Stop your whining and sell the damned thing if you dislike it so much. I used to love this site but it turned into a bunch of complainers who whine about every little thing. Grab your nuts and your usb cable and take care of the problems. Like it or not, the solutions people are giving you are the only ones available right now. Rant over... Peace out.
"Remember, friends don't let friends use IOS"
Currently have 4.0.2 and per all the hype from Google (& Verizon?) thought the nexus would be first to get updates. Noe I hear the Motorola Xoom is getting 4.0.4.
I can't wait for an update & hear 4.0.4 / 4.0.5 will fix many issues -
Such as slow auto rotate, network, better multi tasking & others.
My phone is far from unusable... sure there are some things that are an annoyance but it's still better than the X2 I was using. Maybe since I came from a device with way more problems I'm just more tolerant of this one. Crashes are annoying sure (infrequent, but still annoying) and battery life could be better (I've learned to adjust so I'm not babying my phone anymore). 4.0 is new, and was bound to have issues. I was confident when I bought this phone that there would be issues, and that those issues would be addressed over time. I'm still thinking along those lines. More communication from Google would be great, but they don't owe us that either.
Galaxy S3 and Xoom (time for a new Tablet soon!)