I have a Nexus 4 and I saw now that I can see squares in the screen of the Nexus when it turned off.
I can really see them clearly.
What is that? Is my Nexus 4 is defective?
So my nexus 7 finally got damaged. I bought a new screen and digitiser and with out hitch replaced the broken one with the new one . I thought all had gone well until i turned the nexus on after the new screen had been put in and an assortment of colored bars and boxes appeared. they do change every time i press the power button and when the screens change.
My HTC one M8's screen takes two hands to use sometimes, and not because the screen is 5" large. When I'm using one hand, my thumb pushing the screen sometimes doesn't register and I have to use two hands. I've used other devices like GNex, Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 and the touch screen works better on these devices than my HTC ONE M8.
I would love to get the nexus 6, but people are saying that it will have a 5.9" screen; that is way too big of a screen for me. Google also usually kills off the old Nexus device some time before releasing the new one, so is it worth buying the Nexus 5 now, or waiting to see if the Nexus 6 is any good, and is a good sized phone?
-I am using Multirom
-My internal rom is stock 4.2.1
-I also have PA 3.0 installed via multirom
- using Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (stock 4.2)
When I install Ubuntu it will go to the boot screen (where it says 'Ubuntu' with the little loading squares flashing) then it eventually just goes black and doesn't respond. Any ideas on this black screen of death?
I just received my nexus 4 on Monday, 02/11/2013 and haven't used it since first day. When I turned it on on first day, it was around 90% and I turned it off after. All i did was scroll around on the nexus like the preloaded apps and options for maybe an hour max. Just yesterday on Friday, I turned it on and it was completely dead.
I know it's around a year away, but I've been curiously amused as to what the next Nexus phone will actually be called. The Nexus 4, 5, and 6 all followed a naming scheme that had two meanings; the number represented both the number of Nexus phone it was (i.e.