nexus not going home

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  1. GeLopez

    GeLopez Member

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    this is just a general discussion for people who have the droid and are looking at the nexus one.


    here is a video that show the poor calibration in the nexus home button.
    the time is 4:40 - 4:56

    what do you guys think
     
  2. JamesX

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    Everytime I see Nexus I just think it looks chubby >.<;
     
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    the eris does the same, does it not?
     
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    Same here, I don't particularly care for it (or the Eris). I like the look of the Droid.

    As to the OP and the home button I think it's an OS thing. I (and many on the forums) have the same thing with my Droid but only occasionally. I know some Eris users report the same. It's only part of the time and, as far as I can tell random.
     
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    I think my Droid better not do that with Android 2.1 on it.
    :)
     
  6. savioAMG

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    Fortunately, I think it just might be the Nexus.
    I never had any sensitivity issues with the 4 capacitive buttons when I had the Nexus One's 2.1 on my Droid. :)
     
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    Listen at 9:50 oooooooohhhhhhhhhhhh
    He says on the DROID lololol
     
  8. JhankG

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    All of that guy's reviews sound the same.
     
  9. oshizo

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    well i must be stuck in the 00's cuz i have to have a keyboard...:icon_eek:
     
  10. Adroid91

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    Tbh if i owned one i would never use the trackball.who needs a trackball if you have a touchscreen ?
     
  11. pc747

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    I hope they get the bugs fixed about time it is released to verizon. i am not switching I am keeping my droid, but I am hoping the nexus and other android phones have success. Good for development.
     
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    Ive seen that the smaller bottom haptic keys on the Nexus are very hard to hit while on the Droid they are very easy.