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If your cell signal is going down especially in an area you normally have good service in or if you never turn your phone off with cdma technology( verizon, alltel, tracfone, ...no sim card) if you dial *228 from your cell hit send like making a cal and press option 2 it will update the phones signal and roaming capability and any new updates that your phone may not received due to bad area travel or not powering the phone on and off. It usally increases by one to two bars and if you are unable to get it to go through drive into town near any verizon wireless store they all have cell towers near them and try again. this can be done any time any where there is cell service within the continental u.s. and I do it if I travel from my home to the town 30 miles away because the signal changes so dramatically between towns. just a tip if your bars are dwindling away to nowhere.
First Option: Phone in the Other Sim and check the Phone Network Signal If Network Signal Problem not Solved So Secend Option: Your Phone Network IC Fault So Please change Network IC And Network Signal Problem will Solved if it is there isn't much you can do on this side of the network. Contact your phone company.
Hi, Are they the same models? The phone's capability to sustain a stable network coverage may vary even in model types. While at your home,remove the phone's battery and simcard and fit them again. Note how the phone's network signal registers. It may start very high and then drop drasticaly to very low or no signal at all or sustain a constant signal reception. If the reception's good in other areas,then your home area's network coverage may not be that good.
This usually indicates that your Mobile phone provider does not have a network coverage in your area (note: in Country areas, limited network coverage is usually from Vodafone, 3 or Optus). To be on the safe side, make sure that you allow both 2G and 3G network access as 3G access is usually limited to larger cities/towns.
Check with your Mobile phone provider for both 2G and 3G coverage in your area.
Emergency calls are allowed from any Network even if your provider does not service a specific area.
This situation means you are out of the operator's network.With this model's signal performance, your problem happens probably because bad signal around your place. Go to downtown and areas alike, where everyone should get a good connection, if your phone still drops out, you talk to whomever you purchased the phone from.
That is a common problem. I have had that issue myself. Motorola's pull a better signal in a rural area than LG. I would see if you can do a return exchange for another like phone that is a Motorola. It's the way the phones are made that makes the signal strength different.
hi im josh in cebu phils.friend may i help you? your problem is weak signal. friend when the phone is weak signal there maybe a problem in hardware of the phone. the frequency reciever is weak im sure.but you can boost its functions throught entering the setting and go to network settings and select manual search.your phone frequency will search the network connections around so the hardware will be force to boost.once it will show the network providers around you select the network you are using and it will be setted to the network in more/ higher frquencyh signal. thats all friend hope i helped you.good luck/