|Network Location Services has stopped working in San Juan, Puerto Rico||GPSRider||4/1/11 11:02 AM|
Device: Nexus One and T-Mobile G1
Country / Language: USA English
OS / Browser / build number (if applicable): Android v2.3.3 build GRI40
Network Location Services has stopped working in San Juan, PR.
Neither phone can determine its location if GPS and Wi-Fi are turned off.
Was working one day and not the next on both my N1 and G1.
Have contacted both TMO and HTC tech support and they don't care. TMO says it's a Google problem. HTC says I should just turn on the GPS.
This appears similar to the problem folks were having with Rogers in Canada a few months back.
GOOGLE, YOUR ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED HERE.
This issue just confirmed on an HTC MYTOUCH 4G.
|Re: Network Location Services has stopped working in San Juan, Puerto Rico||ChrisH87||4/4/11 4:03 PM|
Device: T-Mobile G3 and G4
Issue is similar to the above. Attempted to use this feature with G3 and G4 phones and both have failed to find location on the regular G3/G4 as well as the slide version. This problem has occured for several months on my phones. At first it would work sporadically, while recently in the past month it has not worked at all. I know a few other TMO users who have this similar problem as well. This is a great feature to use, however it's very disappointing now to the point where it's not reliable.