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Simon Desser

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I'm gutted to say that the X1 has the same annoying "music glitch" as many other HTC devices :D

http://www.modaco.co...a-music-player/

Also, how is everyone finding the signal strength? I don't think it's that great. It often shows 2 bars where other phones show 4, and loses service in weak areas where other phones hold on with 1 or 2 bars :lol:

It's a lovely device, the screen's great, and I don't have any real problems with the D pad, but because of the 2 major problems I've encountered I'm afraid I'm going to return mine. ;)

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What provider are you using?
Have you got access to another sim on a different network you could try?

I see a lot of people mention problems with the reception maybe a firmware upgrade once made available could fix this I have noticed in the past that
HTC phones when switching from GSM to 3G and vice versa wasn't very good and I would get disconnected from calls.

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Nexus 5
Moto G


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I had one on orange for a couple of days. The signal was very poor - I also tried it with a 3 sim in and where my nokia would get full 3g signal, the Xperia wouldnt sometimes even reach 2 bars on gprs!

It went back because of a separate issue rather than signal though.

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Omnia 7 full of nonsense.




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