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    This is a great feature but I’m sorry to report that the fluctuating 3g/edge issue many have been experiencing on the Nexus one is in a way related to Android 2.1. A user on the Google help forum managed to root and flash to the earlier editions and the problem went away. http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/android/thread?tid=0bd8ccd4799040c2&hl=en&fid=0bd8ccd4799040c200047d8ac1e66eb2

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    Gina Trapani

    Interesting… I didn’t have 3G before so I’m not sure whether or not I’m having the problem, but really interesting to see it may be a 2.1 bug.

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    I had problems with my 3G connection banging back and forth back to EDGE, even though I had a strong signal. I forced my Nexus One to use 3G only and the problem is solved. Steps found at http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/5376/fix-force-the-google-nexus-one-to-use-3g-only-t-mobile/

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    Josh Parmely

    It’s on page 33 of the user guide, but you have to go out to the support section of the site and download it.

    They seem to be working on a good number of videos in their Youtube channel to cover all of the out-of-the-box functionality, but it’s not all there yet. I’d actually kind of prefer for the manuals to be online in a video format. You can learn much more quickly by watching someone go through the paces than you can out of still images in a paper manual.

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