Why phones have bugs

Discussion in 'Android Forum' started by idk5, Oct 12, 2011.

  1. idk5

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    I have been reading a lot of posts about people getting annoyed that their phones have bugs like the bionic, and I believe that people use there phones differently and in different places and each build is a little different so that's why done some people get bugs role others don't. When a prone is released its going to have bugs, when you buy at launch day you have also signed up for beta testing it too which I don't mind to much. If anyone can expand on this or correct me feel free.

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    In addition to what you said, I think another important part of this problem is that everyone installs different apps. Some times these apps do not "play" well with one another and that is reported as a phone/android bug when it is in fact an app malfunction.
     
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    Also, the fact that these phones are getting smaller/thinner/lighter but also adding more and more premium features plays a part in this. Jamming so much tech in a small footprint will cause unexpected issues.