Did Google drop the ball?

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by Nedaroth, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. Nedaroth

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    What a nightmare going on for support for their new phone, i hope they get there act together before they give andriod a bad name!! :motdroidvert:
     
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    Article? Story? Anything...?




    Wagner :motdroidvert:
     
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    ???? am I missing something here?
     
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    WTF? Splain Lucy.
     
  5. Echo3

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    Some forums on the Nexus One, users have been complaining it freezes up a lot, the battery sucks, and the screen isn't as crisp as they thought it was. One member from one forum said the Droid's screen looks better than his Nexus One.
     
  6. Nedaroth

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    I will get link hold on, seems if you bought N1 from google the only support from them is through email with a couple day turn around and as for T-Mobile their service people say they have nothing from google as far as how to support the phone. T- mobile service dept telling customers to call HTC for help, and HTC sending them back to t-mobile.

    I hope this is all bs, i will be back with link.
     
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    :icon_eek: Well we tried to tell them to keep the best one...DROID DOES!!:icon_ devil:
     
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    Looks like the way they're distributing this thing is terrible after all. I was wondering how it would work and now I know...it doesn't.
     
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    im VERY happy with my Droid... and i have NO desire for the N1, at all
     
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    yeah, growing pains. Google bit off a large chunk to deal with but it'll settle down over the next couple of weeks. Is email the only support option via Google or Tmobile on the N1, no phone support at all?
     
  12. Nedaroth

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    I guess with direct sale from google you get FAQ and email, and T-mobile has nothing to reference to address problems.
     
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    It is fairly new, so I'm sure the T-Mobile people will be briefed on it, but I still don't think the support will ever be what it is for the Droid.
     
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    I knew this would happen... just like what happened with Apple.
     
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    Im happy with my Droid.. aint going anywhere