UPDATE: This fix actually works, now my Nexus One is humming on 3G, you might have to reboot your phone and wait about 10 minutes.
Also see my new Nexus One Hacks blog, featuring cool stuff like WiFi/USB/Bluetooth tethering hacks and installing different ROMs like Cyanogen or HTC Desire.
There’s been wide complains by T-mobile users that Nexus One isn’t connecting to 3G, rather to the slower Edge network. Well, I am actually having that problem now.
Here’s a suggestion by Kevin at JKOnTheRun blog:
In “Settings,” I went to “Wireless & networks.” Look for the “Mobile Networks” option at the bottom of this listing. The next screen has a “Network Operators” section — tap it. Your Nexus One will search for compatible GSM networks in the area. Once it’s complete, you’ll see the choices, which will consist of T-Mobile and/or AT&T. You’ll also see a choice to Select Automatically — tap it and your phone should say “Registered on network.” That’s it. That’s all I did and I immediately saw the phone jump from EDGE to T-Mobile’s fast 3G network.
It hasn’t worked for me yet so I will have to keep trying…
via JKontherun, gearlive
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