(2013-04-01) Son Dropped Nexus One Replaced With Galaxy S
He dropped it while it was plugged in, and the connector bracket isn't working right, can't charge.
We've been paying $7/mo for the Asurion handset-protection Insurance. What this gets us: paying $130 for an old Galaxy S phone (since they don't have any Nexus One-s available). Since I could have just bought a refurb Galaxy S for a little more, this doesn't seem like a great deal.
Update: he's not happy with phone
- research says this should be comparable to Nexus One
- but he says some apps he was using on Nexus One won't run on Galaxy S!
- Group Messaging is broken (his friends have IPhone-s). It turns out this isn't a new breakage, it's always been broken in Android, it's just that this use-case is new. 2013-05-01-Android[[Group MessagingBroken]]
- having problem losing voice/data connection (not WiFi)