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  Reply # 741289 7-Jan-2013 20:57 Send private message

I think it was possibly software related, I just rooted it and installed a custom ROM and am getting near full signal (Although it could be an error). I've yet to get a phone call on it as I usually tell people to ring my landline since it would cut out i the past.

Rooted - CWM - CM ROM 10.1

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  Reply # 741302 7-Jan-2013 21:45 Send private message

You need the rssi which will give you a much better indicator for signal strength






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  Reply # 742388 9-Jan-2013 17:07 Send private message

Using RadioMon


Switches between 51dBm and -105dBm. From MMC-MNC 530-01, LAC-1307, Cell ID 926.

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Using Open signa

Reads 98% Signal at -51dBm UMTS

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Two different phones sitting next to each other both running android.

My S3 is switching between -51dBm and -103dBm
Friends LG P500 is staying between -91dBm to -105dBm

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