Lots of Nexus One users are complaining about the poor 3G connectivity issues. They have noticed that their phone keeps on switching between 3G and EDGE, and sometimes they are just limited to EDGE. Google phone users experiencing this problem have already flooded the support forums with their queries but they haven’t got any 3G issue fix from Google.
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While Google and T-Mobile are still looking for solution to this issue, Kevin C. Tofel of jkOnTheRun seem to have come out with the simple fix for Nexus One 3G issue. Though there is no surety whether this fix will work fine on your phone too or not but still giving it a try is not a bad idea.
So here is what you need to do to Fix Nexus One 3G issue:
Go to “Settings” and Select “Wireless & networks”. Now choose “Mobile Networks” option at the bottom of this listing. Now tap on “Network Operators” section . On doing this your phone will search for compatible GSM networks in your area. Once it’s complete, you’ll see the choices, which will consist of T-Mobile and/or AT&T. Also you’ll see a choice “Select Automatically”. Tap it and your phone should say “Registered on network”.
That’s all Kevin has done to fix Nexus One 3G issue on his phone and after doing all this he noticed that his phone immediately jumped from EDGE to T-Mobile’s fast 3G network.
Try it on your Nexus One, we hope it will work for you too.