Hope it works. I've seen threads about data problems may be partly due to the phone itself, meaning even a replacement Bionic might work.
That being said, I'm sure the Nexus will work for you.
Ah well, I'm still on my original Bionic (gotten in September) on .905 and have never had a problem with 4G. It may be that I live in San Diego, one of the first cities to get 4G.
Motorola will drop the bionic after Ics. but it is still a solid contender. The reality of the problems though, is that verizon is still learning to cope with switching there's 3g network to 4g. Software does play an issue but verizon is really to blame with their hasty and ill planned network transition. Sure you can get 1 of the new phones, but it really won't solve your problem. I have a feeling that I will be holding onto my bionic for quite some time; it does everything I ask it too and doesn't complain, and with the ics leak that i am running it is as stable as ever.
Tominnh said:I'm going to roll back to 905.... For some reason I am getting all sorts of spam and the screen is acting very strange. Opens apps that I don't touch etc etc . Done playing around with this. If ICS comes Fine if not Fine.. Cant wait to dump Motorola....! Considering dumping Verizon all together..... They are less than helpful!
darrick04 said:It isn't the phone... I received my 2nd Bionic, and data drops are worse than before, in VERY strong 4G signal areas. When it works I get nearly 38mbps down and 20mbps up. When it doesn't work, none of that matters. Irritating, but I am still waiting for OTA ICS.
Im in sd also. I get some data drops where it just checks out for a few minutes. Sometimes happening many times within an hour or so. Maybe once a week that I catch it. Other times the connection seems to have gone to sleep. It catches on in 10 secs and then its pretty good. Every so often it just drops and stays that way until a full shut down. So mine is mostly functional. Many times the problem comes specifically when I go to show someone else something online just to really make me look like an idiot. I hope ics fixes that.Ah well, I'm still on my original Bionic (gotten in September) on .905 and have never had a problem with 4G. It may be that I live in San Diego, one of the first cities to get 4G.