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Anyone notice any bugs so far with the one xl? If so, report them here. I'm getting some weird bugs.

Wifi issue 1: Sometimes when i leave a wifi zone the phone still shows its connected to wifi. Only way to get rid of it is to turn wifi off and then back on.

Wifi issue 2: It stays connected to wifi, however, i notice it jumps up and down quite often and doesnt remain consistent. Sometimes i loose connection at 0 bars and then it goes back to full.

Loading: Sometimes when i leave an application the screen needs to load and i get a "loading" notification in the middle of the screen.

SMS notifications sometimes don't notify me. I randomly have o check myself.

Facebook private messages don't notify me as well. I have to manuallty check. Even though its set to sync.

Sometimes my sim needs to re-register.

This is my second HTC one XL unit. Also, rogers cannot get lte to work on my device. Yes, i have an lte sim and my account has an lte plan. I just came from a sgs 2 lte.


Let me know if anyone else is experience any bugs?
28th April 2012, 12:16 AM |#2  
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Those are some serious bugs that would be a deal breaker for me. Hopefully it's just a defective unit and you could get it replaced?
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Those are some serious bugs that would be a deal breaker for me. Hopefully it's just a defective unit and you could get it replaced?

Like i mentioned in my previous post this is my second unit!
28th April 2012, 01:40 AM |#4  
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I can safely say I have not encountered any of those issues yet.

LTE is working great (on Telus). No issues with WiFi. All SMS notifications are working. Haven't received any Facebook PMs yet, so not sure about that.

One issue I have noticed, though I'm not sure if it's with the device or with specific apps, is that some apps that have a dedicated menu key will still show the soft menu key at the bottom of the screen.

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Note the app has it's own menu key, yet the soft menu key is still visible.
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I can safely say I have not encountered any of those issues yet.

LTE is working great (on Telus). No issues with WiFi. All SMS notifications are working. Haven't received any Facebook PMs yet, so not sure about that.

One issue I have noticed, though I'm not sure if it's with the device or with specific apps, is that some apps that have a dedicated menu key will still show the soft menu key at the bottom of the screen.

e.g...



Note the app has it's own menu key, yet the soft menu key is still visible.

That is how ICS (Android 4.0x) displays the menu button on legacy apps that have not been upgraded to the new ICS standards yet when being displayed on a phone with hard buttons like the One X. When a phone has the on screen buttons native in ICS (like on the Galaxy Nexus or some tablets) those dots show up as a fourth button on the bottom menu bar. Over time, as developers come into compliance with the new guidelines, I am sure the dots will go away or move to the top where they are supposed to be. I see that that app has a menu button up top but I would try something like Google Voice that is done "the right way" to see if you get the same result. For now though it is a monster waste of space.
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That is how ICS (Android 4.0x) displays the menu button on legacy apps that have not been upgraded to the new ICS standards yet when being displayed on a phone with hard buttons like the One X. When a phone has the on screen buttons native in ICS (like on the Galaxy Nexus or some tablets) those dots show up as a fourth button on the bottom menu bar. Over time, as developers come into compliance with the new guidelines, I am sure the dots will go away or move to the top where they are supposed to be. I see that that app has a menu button up top but I would try something like Google Voice that is done "the right way" to see if you get the same result. For now though it is a monster waste of space.

I actually have this issue with my own app.. except it is updated for ICS.. Build target 15 and displays correctly both on my SGS with 4.0.3(displays action bar but no overflow as it has a hard menu button), and for a buttonless device it displays the overflow only at the top as it should.

..yet the One X has both the top overflow and legacy menu soft button.

edit: for the benefit of anyone else who may find this, i'm updating with the solution.. you have to set the application's theme in it's manifest file. i had been setting the theme at runtime and apparantly that's not good enough for the One even though the results were fine on the Nexus.
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Sadly, it was a deal-breaker for me ...
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Those are some serious bugs that would be a deal breaker for me. Hopefully it's just a defective unit and you could get it replaced?

It saddens me to report that I brought my Rogers ONE X back to Rogers. I simply could not tolerate the Wifi issues, and the Calling Restricted problem.

I've gone back to my Galaxy Nexus. Perhaps in a month or two I may try the ONE X again, but we'll see.

Peter

Yes, my International unit is experiencing the very same issues ... and will be sold.
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I previously stated my wifi was fine, but I am starting to notice some issues with it lately. It seems to drop connection from time to time. Sometimes my SMS also will not notify me, or if they do, I won't have a flashing green notification led.

I was having a problem earlier saying something like 'Network access changed. Calling is restricted' and forced me to have no signal. Switching airplane mode on/off fixed this problem, and playing around with the network mode (gsm/hspda/lte) seems to have fixed this problem for now.
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I previously stated my wifi was fine, but I am starting to notice some issues with it lately. It seems to drop connection from time to time. Sometimes my SMS also will not notify me, or if they do, I won't have a flashing green notification led.

I was having a problem earlier saying something like 'Network access changed. Calling is restricted' and forced me to have no signal. Switching airplane mode on/off fixed this problem, and playing around with the network mode (gsm/hspda/lte) seems to have fixed this problem for now.

I get the same issue with the calling is restricted issue. Then it registers the sim again. Seems like we have some of the same issues. These issues were both persistent on both of the HTC one xl phones i had.
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Same here ...
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I get the same issue with the calling is restricted issue. Then it registers the sim again. Seems like we have some of the same issues. These issues were both persistent on both of the HTC one xl phones i had.

Same here! I'm getting both the Calling is restricted issue, and ongoing WiFi problems. It's very frustrating.

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