This is a discussion on Just ordered my AT&T Nexus One within the Nexus One Introductions forums, part of the Nexus One category; Originally Posted by itzjere I used my infrared temperture gun, and took a reading of the phone at standby. The temperature ranged from 82 - ...
You heavy users should pick up seidio's 3200 mAh it should be like 120% more battery which is a lot
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Does anyone know if I were to unlock my bootloader that I'll be able to still return it during the 30-day return period?
I know it will void the warranty, but will I be able to return it? I'm very tempted to root the phone.
I wouldn't chance it. Also, you can always root it for fun. If you get sick of the phone, just sell it on ebay for like $500
I'm new to the community and excited to be here. I ordered a Nexus One for AT&T last night, it shipped today and I'll have it tomorrow at work. Looking forward to seeing how well it performs. I have an iPhone 3gs currently and it works pretty well. I've also been using a Motorola Backflip which is now for sale on Craigslist. Once I saw that the Nexus One was available for AT&T I knew the Backflip had to go.
Rooted the Nexus One and installed the latest Cyanogen....Man I thought the Stock Firmware was fast....this thing FLIES!!!