Considering Trading in my thunderbolt.

Discussion in 'HTC ThunderBolt' started by Xtallynn, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. Xtallynn

    Xtallynn New Member

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    I'm thinking of trading in my Thunderbolt. I'm tired if the random reboot. Anyone else leaning towards a different phone?

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    Why not wait until the fix comes out and then consider it if that doesnt work? It's supposed to come out soon.
     
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    I'm in the same boat. Pretty much fed up with my phone rebooting up to 10 times a day, and the GPS with its totally inaccurate location. If what I've been reading is true, and another update is going to be pushed to the Thunderbolt by the end of June, I will give the next update a chance. If it doesn't fix the problems I'm having with this phone, I'm seriously considering just going back to my DInc, and waiting for another phone, possibly the Bionic.
     
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    Same here. What concerns me is that the last update was supposed to fix problems and look what happened.
     
  5. ryan.lafrancis

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    I've had my tb for a week now and have had a total of two reboots. Stock phone too.

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    The charge is nice on the new gummycharge rom.

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    Just don't drop your charge.

    U should get a simple phone that's slow to update if you can't fix your reboots

    ridin the lightning
     
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    For Whats it worth: I have my thunderbolt now for 6 days and have had none of the re-boots .
     
  9. Filosophic1

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    Why should anyone be required to root a phone to get it to work? I expect my phones to work relatively well without requiring me to do anything to it. I understand that there will always be some issues when a new product is released, but having a phone that is almost unusable due to the rebooting is pretty unacceptable.
     
  10. Mbk

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    All these reports about the TBolts' random reboots reminds me of the Moto Devour.... my daughter had it for several months and due to these same types of random reboots she kept sending them back for a replacement and each repalcement they sent her would run good for a few days...and then...the random reboots started happening with each of them.
    What made matters worse is that VZW kept saying that nobody else has ever reported to them that these random reboots were happening to theirs........ even though VZW's own website was filled with their own customers reviews outlining those same random rebooting problems!!!...

    The only way she ended up with a different phone was with me calling them up and saying that we'd keep sending back every Devour until they sent us one that didn't have those random reboots, and I reminded them that the cost would be on them to ship every replacement....with that, they sent her a new type of phone...the Droid OG...:p ;) and she's been a very happy camper since...

    So my point is that if VZW was trying to sweep the Devours random rebooting problem under the rug...I suspect that they wouldn't change their 'policy' for TBolt owners...jmho :icon_eek::):p
     
  11. FrellingFrakker

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    I've had my Bolt since March with maybe 2 or 3 random reboots the whole time. Mine is stock with the OTA. I still think it's a conflict with a particular app or setting which is why it only happens to some users and then repeats itself with replacements because they load the same apps and change the same settings on the new phone. That doesn't excuse the issue, that's just my educated guess on what the root cause may be.
     
  12. etx_droid

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    I firmly believe the update will fix the problem. There are too many TB out there for them to ignore the problem. They've been working on the fix, do you think they want this to happen again? They are probably testing and re-testing to make sure everything is kosher. Everybody thinks they could do everything better nowadays it seems.

    Sorry for the mini-rant...
     
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