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# 107473 13-Aug-2012 00:22
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got a SGS2 running custom rom.

very stable no overclock no undervolt ... but when i make or receive a call there is a >10% chance of complete disconnection from network within the first 10 seconds

the call gets dropped the phone shows no signal (emergency calls only) as it connects back to the network within the minute

is it my phone or is it 2d?




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  # 671654 13-Aug-2012 02:05
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Hi,
2degrees is currently conducting some systems maintenance - Should be several hours before "things are normal".

Your phone is probably OK, (on behalf of 2degrees) I apologise for current service hassles



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  # 671665 13-Aug-2012 08:27
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It's not just yesterday, happens a few times a week ... I am not a heavy voice user so hard to say how frequent or if it's worse in the last two Weeks... Having said that i make between one (usually) to ten calls a day




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  # 671666 13-Aug-2012 08:28
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Try SIM in another handset and see if same issue happens

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  # 671672 13-Aug-2012 08:37
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joker97: It's not just yesterday, happens a few times a week ... I am not a heavy voice user so hard to say how frequent or if it's worse in the last two Weeks... Having said that i make between one (usually) to ten calls a day


Well, if it was last night only then yes, we were doing scheduled work which would have resulted in calls lasting a few minutes before being dropped. If it's any other time... no, it's not 2degrees, it's your phone or SIM.




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