My phone is giving too many call failed error messages. it shows good antenna signal & network connection My wifes razr is older than mine & works fine even when sitting next to mine it works & mine wont
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Go to menu -> settings -> network settings. Go to select network and set to 'automatic'. Then go to network mode and set to 'automatic'. If this doesnt work you may have to contact your mobile operator.
This message is only seen when the network or your Sim's Service Provider is out of reach. Try to check that the area in which you live in have that network's connectivity or not. In that case, try to change your Network Provider. I suggest Vodafone. Another reason can be that is your Sim's Network Service is blocked. Try to contact the service provider and tell them about this problem. They will try to unblock the service if it is blocked. The last reason may be a faulty Internal Antenna. The Int. Antenna is the device which receives the Network signals. If it is damaged, the network service will be offline. In a faulty antenna case, try to get a checkup of the phone's antenna. If it is faulty or broken, try to repair it but it will charge a fee. It will be better to contact the E-Bay seller from whom you bought it. Then take appropriate steps.
It's possible that you could fix it, but not entirely likely. It depends on whether it's just a bent antenna connector or if a circuit board is broken.
Some phones have a small spring-type piece that makes contact with the antenna. If this is merely bent, and not making a great connection, you might be able to coax it back into shape and that might fix your phone. Otherwise, it's probably beyond the ability of an amateur to repair.
Try this: turn off the phone & let it charge for 48hours, that will give it enough time for the electricity to dry out the internal circuitry in the phone and possibly fix your internal antennae problem...if that doesn't work then your phone's tea bath may have shorted the antennae.
I had the same problem with my phone- i got a cheap generic battery to replace the old one (which wasn't holding a charge for a full day, at that) and then i lost all signal, basically. I tried what scm_pa said he did - charged my old battery up, with the phone off, till the charge was complete- turned the phone on, and voila, reception!
i was recently told that if you use an external antenna on the razr, you can 'burn out' the internal antenna resulting in no service or intermittant service, even when in an area that normally provides strong signal, thus it may be that your internal antenna is the problem.