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Topic # 116553 2-May-2013 14:20
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Over the last few months I have noticed that in my room at home (Mosgiel, Dunedin) my phone will loose connectivity to 2D and never gain it back until the phone is rebooted. I work in central Dunedin and have no issues throughout the day and when I am connected to the network at home it is a 5 bar location.

Using a rooted Ideos X5 (running Android 2.3.7 - Miui-111250) which has just turned 2 years old.

Any ideas?
Thanks

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  Reply # 810184 2-May-2013 14:26
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Does same issue happen with SIM in another handset? This is the best basic fault checking you could do

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  Reply # 810186 2-May-2013 14:28
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Ive had issues with my X5 not reconnecting from time to time if it loses a signal. Have to do reboot the phone to reconnect so my money would be on the phone :)



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  Reply # 810214 2-May-2013 14:54
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johnr: Does same issue happen with SIM in another handset? This is the best basic fault checking you could do


I no longer have any spare phones so I am unable to do this.

askelon: Ive had issues with my X5 not reconnecting from time to time if it loses a signal. Have to do reboot the phone to reconnect so my money would be on the phone :)


Sigh. its like my X5 is telling me to get a Nexus 4

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  Reply # 810260 2-May-2013 15:42
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Mine whispers that to me in my sleep.  :p 

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