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  Reply # 448848 16-Mar-2011 12:06
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I've just noticed that when I have no bar's I cannot make calls or txt. But I can send mms and use data.

What does that tell me?




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  Reply # 448960 16-Mar-2011 17:12
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Duno I tried calling an emergency number bt it didnt work so I thnk mine was a hardware fault

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 450234 21-Mar-2011 02:03
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I just had this coming back from Australia tonight, thought it was something to do with swapping sim card, can confirm that for some reason 3G was turned off (I didn't turn it off, so don't know how that happened). Could only see voda and 2deg networks until turning 3g on then found XT. A bit odd.

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  Reply # 452006 26-Mar-2011 11:56
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I have seen another poster saying the latest iOS 4.3.1 update fixed some XT connectivity problems on his iPad. Have you guys tried it yet?







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  Reply # 452564 27-Mar-2011 21:21
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Apple Confirmed it is hardware, 850 antenna is broken... will be replaced

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