Thanks Meter 1
Join Date: May 2009
Location: San Antonio, Tx
first of all, sorry that my post sounds so grouchy. My phone isnt rooted, but i do recall similar problems on my g1 and it was rooted, mytouch was not rooted but had same problems. Its not so much THAT it happens, because im sure it happens across the board to all phones, its just that it happens about every other day which seems a bit much for competitive smartphone software (of course, i am not smart so ive no idea that its the software and not the hardware or carrier, im just poorly connecting what dots i do have...) I had the problem with stock app and i tried chomp, same issues so i went back to stock, again same issue so i currently have handcent (which is an awesome app but i just hate having two icons/apps for the same purpose when im only using one of them).
the issue happens with handcent, and every time before restarting the phone i try the stock app and it doesnt work so im guessing its not the particular app, TMobile definitely has poor signal quality compared to the other major carriers, but i have 3g and full bars here in san antonio for the most part. If its not a particular app, i assume there is something in the android system that text messaging uses regardless of what app is being used; since i have 3g and full bars im led to believe its something in the android system? But again, android smartphones are the only smartphones ive had so i dont know if its just the nature of texting although like i mentioned the other two phones i have several friends who own report very very rare if any text messaging issues...
android is such an impressive software, so sophisticaed that i can understand that some part could mess up another part and cant be resolved without messing up yet another part. I cant even begin to imagine how to resolve all of the software issues android has, but if apple can do it, im confident google can too. i just hope the forthcoming litigation doesnt affect the efforts, i already feel like ive been waiting for some fixes for a long time, but thats probably due at least in part to my extreme, childish, and uncontrollable impatience...
Phone: Nexus One