1. Jomon's Avatar
    Now I don't have data issues. I'm hoping it stays that way :-)
    04-09-2012 09:00 PM
  2. jd914's Avatar
    Cross your fingers because these data issues are more than likely on AT&T's side. The original Titan had similar issues until AT&T fixed it.
    04-09-2012 09:02 PM
  3. krayziehustler's Avatar
    Cross your fingers because these data issues are more than likely on AT&T's side. The original Titan had similar issues until AT&T fixed it.
    up until a few days ago when I gave up my Titan for the Lumia, my Titan was STILL having these issue. I just became immune/used to it
    04-09-2012 09:03 PM
  4. Jomon's Avatar
    It must be my bad luck because now my new one has a dead effin pixel. Damn it.
    04-09-2012 09:41 PM
  5. Gaiking's Avatar
    It must be my bad luck because now my new one has a dead effin pixel. Damn it.
    that is precisely why I don't want to return my current phone....Screen is good...vibration sounds fine...no other issues but this stupid data bug.

    I'm like you..my luck with these things is abysmal. I returned 4 Android tablets in 3 days for everything from dead pixels to blown speakers..the samsung tab I returned even had a full sized grain of sand under the screen.

    So this current 900 is staying with me until the bitter 30 days are over.
    04-09-2012 09:45 PM
  6. palandri's Avatar
    It must be my bad luck because now my new one has a dead effin pixel. Damn it.
    Is it a dead pixel or a stuck pixel? What color is it?
    04-09-2012 09:50 PM
  7. Haklong's Avatar
    Have you tried shutting the new one down and then turning it back on? See if that shuts off the data?
    04-09-2012 09:54 PM
  8. Jomon's Avatar
    Its a red pixel and I have already shut it down and turned it back on. Still there. I'm thinking everything else is working fine so I may just live with it. Its on the lower right corner and does not bother me that much anyway.
    04-09-2012 10:08 PM
  9. palandri's Avatar
    Its a red pixel and I have already shut it down and turned it back on. Still there. I'm thinking everything else is working fine so I may just live with it. Its on the lower right corner and does not bother me that much anyway.
    If it's red, it's just a stuck pixel. lightly tapping on it with a pencil eraser may fix it, or it may just fix itself over time.
    04-09-2012 10:12 PM
  10. jd914's Avatar
    People are jumping too fast returning their devices over this data bug. Until hear official word that it's either a hardware, sim card or connectivity issue, I'll stick with my device. I have a year to return it and I'm in no rush.
    04-09-2012 10:15 PM
  11. Welve's Avatar
    If it's red, it's just a stuck pixel. lightly tapping on it with a pencil eraser may fix it, or it may just fix itself over time.
    Also, you can try gently massaging the area with a hot and very damp washcloth. Obviously be careful with water around a smartphone, but you should be okay, I get my HD7 wet all time and havent had a problem and its build quality is arguably lower.

    When I got my HD7 I got a phone with multiple dead pixels, so I brought it back to T-Mobile. We (the manager, salesperson, and myself) opened 4 phones, all of which has noticible screen defects. The 5th phone, my current device had no defects and is perfect to date!

    Pretty crazy and one of the reasons I will try to stay with T-Mobile until the bitter end, great customer service!
    04-09-2012 10:30 PM
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