1. carmello2045's Avatar
    I went through through the data issues and wifi issues and just when I thought I had a great phone, more issues pop up. If I can't be in an app for more than a minute without Bing checking in or voice control asking if I said anything or trying to have me multitask to another screen or the buttons not responding at all until I reboot, then I am done. They say 3rd times the charm, well I've had 3 phones and because of you rushing your flagship device instead of final testing, a lot of us with became unknowingly smartphone beta testers!

    Hello Titan 2!
    05-02-2012 10:00 AM
  2. ikissfutebol's Avatar
    I went through through the data issues and wifi issues and just when I thought I had a great phone, more issues pop up. If I can't be in an app for more than a minute without Bing checking in or voice control asking if I said anything or trying to have me multitask to another screen or the buttons not responding at all until I reboot, then I am done. They say 3rd times the charm, well I've had 3 phones and because of you rushing your flagship device instead of final testing, a lot of us with became unknowingly smartphone beta testers!

    Hello Titan 2!
    I realize it's a totally different phone by the same maker, but my Lumia 710 has no issues. Maybe they released them in the wrong order :)
    05-02-2012 10:39 AM
  3. ninjaap's Avatar
    When I first got my 900, I braced myself for any signs of defects I've read in the forums to show up. I told myself, if the first one gives me any sort of trouble I'm going straight for the Titan II's camera. I still have my awesome Cyan 900 to this day.
    05-02-2012 10:46 AM
  4. rdubmu's Avatar
    I also switched to the Titan. It is a very nice phone and the camera is awesome.

    The best thing that I like is the stuff they built into the Titan phone, the better camera options, attentive phone. These apps raise HTC ranking in my opinion.

    The only thing Nokia has is the CNN app is freaken awesome, and Nokia Drive.
    05-02-2012 10:58 AM
  5. hasasimo's Avatar
    That must be frustrating. I guess I've been lucky... my Lumia 800, and now my 900 have both been stellar and problem-free. Just waiting on that God-forsaken Network Setup app still.
    05-02-2012 11:21 AM
  6. smapor's Avatar
    I went through through the data issues and wifi issues and just when I thought I had a great phone, more issues pop up. If I can't be in an app for more than a minute without Bing checking in or voice control asking if I said anything or trying to have me multitask to another screen or the buttons not responding at all until I reboot, then I am done. They say 3rd times the charm, well I've had 3 phones and because of you rushing your flagship device instead of final testing, a lot of us with became unknowingly smartphone beta testers!

    Hello Titan 2!
    I find it hard to believe 3 phones and your still had issues.

    Did you return it back to the same AT&T store?
    05-02-2012 12:02 PM
  7. carmello2045's Avatar
    I find it hard to believe 3 phones and your still had issues.

    Did you return it back to the same AT&T store?
    Actually, the first one was from one store the other 2 are from the same store. If I had gone with a 4th replacement, it would have been from a different store as well.
    05-02-2012 12:11 PM
  8. invertme's Avatar
    I find it hard to believe 3 phones and your still had issues.

    Did you return it back to the same AT&T store?
    I do too, it makes me think it's a provisioning problem or something different.
    05-02-2012 12:18 PM
  9. smapor's Avatar
    Actually, the first one was from one store the other 2 are from the same store. If I had gone with a 4th replacement, it would have been from a different store as well.
    Wow I would be pissed.

    Got mine by mail, haven't had any problems (not even the data loss).
    05-02-2012 12:22 PM
  10. smapor's Avatar
    I do too, it makes me think it's a provisioning problem or something different.
    ya I wonder if reseting the OS(I assume a fresh install of the OS) would fix some of the weird issues.
    05-02-2012 12:25 PM
  11. carmello2045's Avatar
    I do too, it makes me think it's a provisioning problem or something different.
    No provisioning issues at all. Just bad batch of phones.
    05-02-2012 12:27 PM
  12. invertme's Avatar
    No provisioning issues at all. Just bad batch of phones.
    It must be very isolated then. I am good friends with 2 of the managers of AT&T stores around here and they said I was the first person to bring a Lumia 900 back in the area. The store I returned it to sold 9 of them in the time I was there so they are moving a lot of Lumias too.

    That sucks though.. Hopefully it's all worked out now.

    I still think Nokia is going to struggle for a little while with WP7. They have Symbian so ingrained in their workforce it has to be hard to completely jump to a new OS.
    05-02-2012 12:52 PM
  13. badMojo69's Avatar
    I went through through the data issues and wifi issues and just when I thought I had a great phone, more issues pop up. If I can't be in an app for more than a minute without Bing checking in or voice control asking if I said anything or trying to have me multitask to another screen or the buttons not responding at all until I reboot, then I am done. They say 3rd times the charm, well I've had 3 phones and because of you rushing your flagship device instead of final testing, a lot of us with became unknowingly smartphone beta testers!

    Hello Titan 2!
    I approve this post.
    I'm keeping my L9, but I'm back to using my HTC Vivid.
    05-02-2012 05:45 PM
  14. CDG's Avatar
    I approve this post.
    I'm keeping my L9, but I'm back to using my HTC Vivid.
    lol I just sold my Vivid after having it for a month and 10 days. That was my third Android. I couldn't handle the poor reception, specially in our great coverage area, the poor battery life, and the weight and un wieldyness of the device. I had the Atrix prior to that and if I still had that I may have thought about keeping it together with the Lumia. :)
    05-02-2012 07:03 PM
  15. naplesbill's Avatar
    I also went through three Lumia 900s. The issues were not fixed by a hard reset. That is always the first thing I try.

    Sent from my PI86100 using Board Express
    05-02-2012 07:21 PM
  16. badMojo69's Avatar
    lol I just sold my Vivid after having it for a month and 10 days. That was my third Android. I couldn't handle the poor reception, specially in our great coverage area, the poor battery life, and the weight and un wieldyness of the device. I had the Atrix prior to that and if I still had that I may have thought about keeping it together with the Lumia. :)
    I like the weight and I sit at a desk all day so power is not an issue. As for reception I get great LTE speeds at work.
    05-02-2012 07:25 PM
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