Question about Motorola Mobility A1200
Phone sometimes auto reboots on its own.
Also, phone shows good signal strength with Cingular but sometimes its not connected. I turn antennae off & on to resync in order to make a call. Its upsetting because I've missed calls & don't get voicemail alerts until I turn the antennae off & on.
Is this a sim or phone problem? I have an old at&t wireless sim. Are they messing w/me?
It sounds like you may need a new SIM card. However, the fact that your phone is rebooting on it's own is troubling.
Has your phone been exposed to any liquids that you know of? There is a small round sticker inside your battery compartment, if it has turned red then it has been exposed to moisture. If so, then that could be the problem.
I would try a new SIM card first.
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
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