Google Nexus One Patch Could Arrive in a Week, Solves Poor Coverage And Small Bugs

January 26, 2010, By Alex Ion

Although an amazing piece of tech, Google’s smartphone, the Nexus One, is not a flawless device as we have heard complaints that it has poor coverage and quite a few bugs to fight with. However, as you know the Big G, they’ve been working to help address all these issues, with a possible fix/patch possibly arriving in about a week.

A Google employee (Ravi) has posted on the Nexus One Help forum: “Our engineers have uncovered specific cases for which a software fix should improve connectivity to 3G for some users. We are testing this fix now, initial results are positive, and if everything progresses as planned, we will provide an over-the-air software update to your phone in the next week or so.”

Although that means Google acknowledges there’s a software glitch that may cause trouble, they are also stating that the issues could be caused by network problems — as you know, T-Mobile has the smallest 3G footprint of the four US nationals. Ravi concluded that “it may be, however, that users are experiencing problems as a result of being on the edge or outside of 3G coverage, which a product fix cannot address.”

We’ll have to be patient and see what the Nexus One software patch will bring; meanwhile we wouldn’t mind T-Mobile pushing the pedal to the metal. It’s needed!

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