The phone's network is pathetic most of the times.
The network dies down completely all of a sudden when idle. I have to call a number several times before the network indicator shows some signal again. Sometimes when I place a call when there is enough signal on the indicator, the bars on n/w indicator die one by one frm 5->4->3->2->1 and then 0.
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Re: Network problem. Call drops
Your phone need to master reset. do if it is possible or just check your network by changing your sim card with an another phone. so that you can ensure that your mobile service provide provides you the exact service at the place from when you have problem
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Could you please restate your question in a more logical and complete manner? If you dropped your phone and it then stopped connecting to your cellular network I would check the SIM card to see if it came loose and lost connection. Push the SIM card firmly back into the slot.
It is likely that the phone has 'dropped off the network' or your message centre number has been accidentally changed.
The phone periodically sends a signal to the network to keep the network updated with its location. That way, when a call or text is made to your phone, the network knows which CELL to send the signal to (the last CELL place the phone was found in). If the network has not received a signal from the phone saying it is being turned off or has not managed to keep the network updated, the network will not deliver a text although this should not affect sending texts (in theory).
To get it working again, there are a few things to try:
1. Remove the battery without turning the phone off, remove the SIM and power up the phone. When the phone has started, turn it off, re-insert the SIM and start the phone.
2. Go into Network Settings and manually try to connect to another network and when it fails, set it back to automatic.
3. Temporarily put your SIM into another phone for a minute (you could get lots of texts coming in so read them before you put the SIM back into your phone.
the phone can really be locked the antenna may be damaged any time a phone is programmed to more networks from experience with a sony i realized the service signal drops badly!!this may not be a solution but i tried to help!!
Hi, Having had 60 mobile phones in 5 years I havnt seen a problem like this but I think that your problem is that the little antenna hidden at the top of your phone might have a problem because if you look in your manual it says do not put your fingers over the antenna which is hidden in the top of your phone. i am sorry if this does not help
Before sending the phone away try flashing the phone. It does cost a small ammount but if it cures the problem it will cost a lot less then a new camera. I suggest wotanserver for this but make sure you read the user guide before you try anything otherwise you could easily wipe the entire phone and completely kill it.
Surely you have had it for less than a year. Call your local support agent by dialing *611(verizon) or whatever number you use to access your customer support, tell them that the radio in the phone is defective and drops calls. Request them to warranty the phone by manufacturer. They will send you a new one in a box with return instructions. Fill out any information and ship your phone back. Before you do so there may be an agent of your wireless carrier in the area. Visit the store to have information transferred to your new phone.