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Topic # 202086 16-Sep-2016 10:09
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Phone (Nexus 5X) applied upgrade to Android N a couple days ago.

 

At my home (North Dunedin) where I've never had connection issues before, I'm seeing a lot of "no mobile service". I think it started around then. The notification bar says "no mobile service|2degrees" so phone can see SIM and network (right?).

 

"I ain't sayin they're related, but ..." should I be thinking these might be related?

 

Any known issues on 2degrees at the moment?


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  Reply # 1631627 16-Sep-2016 11:08
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Hi, there hasn't been any reported issues in Dunedin this morning. If you're still having issues try switching to Flight mode for 1 min. 

 

Please check here for any network issues - Mobile network status 

 

Regards

 

^POB




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  Reply # 1631636 16-Sep-2016 11:38
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Across town now and phone seems to have connected once I left home.

Mobile internet feels very slow though. I now see H on the connection icon but no bars (now in South Dunedin).

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  Reply # 1631730 16-Sep-2016 13:10
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All good on with a 5x on N here (in Wellington).  On 4G here though.  Take it you have tried a reboot?  My inital install of N failed and had to do whole thing again.  This was an OTA upgrade for me.




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  Reply # 1631776 16-Sep-2016 14:04
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Have rebooted, gone on 60 seconds of airplane mode vacation, and confirmed settings as recommended by 2Degrees. None seem to change the behaviour (service went away when I got back from across town).


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