ZTE OTA servers are offline

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  • hollaphollap United StatesPosts: 8,377 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    If I was legal counsel for a company in this situation I would would do exactly what ZTE is doing and going radio silent. The last thing they need is for employees to go spouting off and saying things that could hurt their case. This to me would be the right thing to do until they can get a handle on what's going on. The speculation on our part is bad enough. They don't need employees to contribute to it.

  • GodOfPsychosGodOfPsychos GermanyPosts: 31 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited April 24, 2018 3:07PM

    @laikexpert said:

    @laikexpert said:

    @laikexpert said:
    ZTE packing their bags and leaving users?

    http://www.ztemobile.de
    Currently offline due to maintenance
    (ZTE Germany)

    @westside80 said:

    @laikexpert said:
    (ZTE packing their bags and leaving users) OMG?

    Thank you for visiting the ZTE website.
    Unfortunately, we are currently not available with our offer on the Internet.
    Please be patient and visit us again in the next few days. We will be back for you as soon as possible.
    http://www.ztemobile.de

    Didn't you just post this same thing earlier?

    http://www.ztemobile.de
    First Information: Currently offline
    Second Information: visit us again in the next few days

    Unfortunately, I really think so now:
    ZTE seriously, packing their bags and leaving users.
    P.S.
    This will happen soon to ZTE USA

    Stop jumping to conclusions so early all the time, please. Be patient. If zte is really closing their sites and support, i am sure everyone will notice.
    Also the "second information" of yours is already in the first post inside the picture. Its just not translated. Pls edit your posts if u want to add something like this. If want to post something actually new, then you can make a new post of course.

  • dnewman007dnewman007 United StatesPosts: 3,666 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    @hollap said:
    If I was legal counsel for a company in this situation I would would do exactly what ZTE is doing and going radio silent. The last thing they need is for employees to go spouting off and saying things that could hurt their case. This to me would be the right thing to do until they can get a handle on what's going on. The speculation on our part is bad enough. They don't need employees to contribute to it.

    @hollap I agree with what you are saying. This is not something that they will make any type of comment on. This is a ZTE (mother ship) issue and will be handled by them. If there was any type of comment on this forum by a ZTE mod or anyone associated with ZTE it would be national news. You can bet they do not want that. I can totally understand why they are not saying a word.

  • jasonscarterjasonscarter United StatesPosts: 1,963 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    Discussion on the servers being offline in case you missed it:. https://community.zteusa.com/discussion/53131/zte-ota-servers-are-offline/p1

  • GodOfPsychosGodOfPsychos GermanyPosts: 31 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @jasonscarter said:
    Discussion on the servers being offline in case you missed it:. https://community.zteusa.com/discussion/53131/zte-ota-servers-are-offline/p1

    You just posted the link to this very thread.

  • saeedtedsaeedted United StatesPosts: 1,219 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    @GodOfPsychos said:

    @jasonscarter said:
    Discussion on the servers being offline in case you missed it:. https://community.zteusa.com/discussion/53131/zte-ota-servers-are-offline/p1

    You just posted the link to this very thread.

    linkception lol

  • jasonscarterjasonscarter United StatesPosts: 1,963 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    @GodOfPsychos said:

    @jasonscarter said:
    Discussion on the servers being offline in case you missed it:. https://community.zteusa.com/discussion/53131/zte-ota-servers-are-offline/p1

    You just posted the link to this very thread.

    No, they combined threads because somebody started this same discussion in another thread.

  • stevec5375stevec5375 TexasPosts: 805 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    No worries.

  • laikexpertlaikexpert SerbiaPosts: 19 ✭✭✭✭✭

    W-Support, the german repair and service contractor,
    does not list ZTE as manufacturer anymore.

    On the repair page for ZTE devices
    https://w-support.com/reparatur/garantiereparatur/zte.aspx
    you can see the following text:

    W-Support wrote:
    Liebe Kunden von ZTE!
    Wir sind stets bemüht, Ihnen sofort zu helfen. Leider können wir aber derzeit keine Reparaturen für Ihr Gerät durchführen.
    Bitte haben Sie etwas Geduld und kontaktieren Sie uns in den nächsten Tagen noch einmal.
    Wir sind so schnell wie möglich wieder für Sie da.

    Translation wrote:
    Dear customers of ZTE!
    We always try to help you immediately. Unfortunately, we are currently unable to carry out any repairs for your device.
    Please be patient and contact us again in the next few days.
    We will be back for you as soon as possible.

    author: illumi241 (Administrator, https://www.z-union.eu)
    original link: https://z-union.eu/thread/718-zte-banned-from-using-us-based-hardware-or-software/?postID=3625#post3625

  • diamonddavediamonddave United StatesPosts: 394 ✭✭✭✭✭✭

    2 things I learned from reading this forum Post: ZTE has gone silent and we have a serial Returnaholic amongst us. Now, where's my P20 Pro?

  • lllgurullllllgurulll Posts: 65 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Well, maybe it's finally time for me to void the warranty and get lineage.

  • lllgurullllllgurulll Posts: 65 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @jimlloyd40 said:

    @lllgurulll said:
    Well, maybe it's finally time for me to void the warranty and get lineage.

    I can tell you that Lineage runs great on the A7 @lllgurulll. Monthly security patch updates and weekly system updates.

    Yeah. I already use it on my galaxy note 10.1 tablet and love it. I was holding out on the axon 7 because I still have over a year left on my warranty. My gut tells me the warranty is toast now.

  • smh032395smh032395 Posts: 268 ✭✭✭✭✭✭

    Even though the bans in place they still have to honor warrantied devices that were manufacturered before the ban was in place. They can't just say well can't fix your phone anymore so I wouldn't worry about devices that are under warranty before the ban. That would be a breach of contract and I'm pretty sure the US Commerce and FDA has already taken this into consideration.

  • lllgurullllllgurulll Posts: 65 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @smh032395 said:
    Even though the bans in place they still have to honor warrantied devices that were manufacturered before the ban was in place. They can't just say well can't fix your phone anymore so I wouldn't worry about devices that are under warranty before the ban. That would be a breach of contract and I'm pretty sure the US Commerce and FDA has already taken this into consideration.

    Well, they can't exactly honor a warranty if the part that needs replaced is made in the US.

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