Noah501, 15 Dec 2010I'm kinda confused what to choose. Should I choose this nexus one or should I go for samsung w... moreBelieve me I have a Nexus One and a Samsung Wave Too. Samsung wave will Only Impress You with the screen but functionality and camera wise you will be dissapinted
I'm kinda confused what to choose. Should I choose this nexus one or should I go for samsung wave? I'm interested in Nexus One but its camera/video quality seemed to be inferior than Samsung Wave. Though I can live without that. And does Nexus have FM radio? It's really a shame that It's not supporting FM radio but its interface is really great. I need you opinion guys.
great phone ! great design! but battery is suck , screen dust get in easy . not a good job htc!
Hi, Iv just got the HTC Desire HD on upgrade but im thinking of swopping it for a Nexus One is it the right move ?
rudy, 10 Dec 2010let's kick google and android ass if they wont let nexus one get gingerbread update>:)Oh don't worry it is. Supposed to come out sometime before Christmas :)
let's kick google and android ass if they wont let nexus one get gingerbread update>:)
Hi,does anyone have trouble with the music player recognizing files from the sd card? Im not from the states,so I cant purchase apps from android market,just the free ones and I have tried EVERYTHING out there and I still cant get the phone to recognize the mp3 files,no matter where or wich file I store them in the sd card..help anyone,thanx
Anonymous, 08 Dec 2010I think it's battery backup might be low.So does this mean I have to change battery? What bothers me is 77-98% of battery usage is from the Display. Is this normal? Or is there a way I can minimize the usage of Display? I try to adjust the Brightness and the Screen Timeout but still the same % of usage...
I think it might have very low battery backup... One should pay attention on this while purchasing it...
Hi, does anyone like me have a problem with bluetooth voice dialing using a bluetooth jawbone headset?
What am I doing wrong?
I can connect the jawbone to my N1 but when I click the button on the jawbone, while it's on my ear, i don't get the voice dialing even though I have 2.2.1
"The first two handsets to run Android Gingerbread are the just announced Nexus S and the Nexus One, which should be updated in a few weeks time."
gotta change the settings on your phone. you cant have all the features on all the time. any phone cant handle that. and pressing slightly above the icons below is where the sweet spot is at.