Within the last week or so, I started to notice really weak performance for both the Wi-Fi and bluetooth radios. The bluetooth won't work reliably unless it is no more than about six inches from my Satechi SoundFly BT, and the wireless in my house barely works if I am in the same room as the router. All other devices are able to use those resources just fine - this is clearly something to do with the Nexus One itself. The cellular radio seems to be fully functional and performs the same as it always has.
I flashed the 4.06 radio image in hopes that it would at least change the behavior but it didn't seem to alter the behavior at all. I have since flashed 5.08 back in place, but I am game to try about anything at this point.
Is it worth taking the N1 apart and cleaning it / spot checking for obvious issues? I understand that is like opening the hood of the car to diagnose a problem as if there will be a magic arrow stating "Your alternator isn't delivering the correct voltage." Is there a chance that the radio is just burned out or otherwise just dying?
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Posted 26 March 2012 - 01:52 PM
You think it's bad on the N1, you should try the Sensation..... It's such a shame Nokia decided to suck on the Microsoft teat, I would have loved to have seen Nokia hardware running Android, they've always had the best bluetooth implementation by far.