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Google gives up on trying to fix Nexus One 3G reception problems

For months, a good number of Nexus One owners have been complaining in Google's support forums over performance problems on T-Mobile's 3G network. Now Google is over it and has told their customers to simply move on...literally.

For months, a good number of Nexus One owners have been complaining in Google's support forums over performance problems on T-Mobile's 3G network. Now Google is over it and has told their customers to simply move on...literally.

After issuing some unsuccessful software fixes and blaming T-Mobile, the Goog has taken to the forums to respond to their customers.

According to Google Employee "Ry Guy," the tech giant is halting all engineering attempts at fixing issues related to 3G reception on the Nexus One, adding this tip:

If you are still experiencing 3G issues, we recommend that you try changing your location or even the orientation of your phone, as this may help in areas with weaker coverage.

Swivel your phone around? Take two steps backward or forward? That seems like both common sense and unhelpful advice. If this many people are having issues with connecting to the 3G network, then both Google and T-Mobile need to repair the bug if not on this version but at least on future models.

Have you experienced 3G-related problems on your Nexus One smartphone? Do you think that these two companies should do more to respond to their customers?