Looks as if Nexus One owners are experiencing a new set of problems this time related to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It appears as if the very excliusive/elite group of Nexus One owners are getting delayed response when making phone calls since receiving the Android 2.3 update. This happens after a call has been connected on both ends, and remains for about 3 seconds or so.
Our friends over at Android Guys reported this issue earlier today and it appears that Google may be giving the affected group of owners the run-around, pointing them in the direction of various help forums.
However, what first seemed like just another Nexus One problem seems to be a little more widespread. I for one can vouch for this issue after running a custom Gingerbread ROM on my Evo, I am definitely familiar with this problem.
I now pass this questions on to you guys. Have you experienced this “call delay” on your Gingerbread running device (rooted or not)? If you are, don’t forget to star the issue via the Help Forum and leave a comment down below.
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