Question about LG Cell Phones
Posted by Anonymous on
There are a couple of things that could cause this issue. The first thing that you will want to do is to take the battery out of the handset while it is powered up, wait 1 minute, then reinstall the battery, and power it back up. Then place an outgoing call, next place a call to your handset. By taking the battery out and reinstalling it, you are forcing the handset to loose the connection with the wireless towers, and when you turn it back on, it re-registers. This is a common issue with all cellular devices, and carriers/providers. If this does not resolve the issue then I would advise that you call your wireless provider as there may be an issue with your account, or in their switch, which controlls all incoming and out going calls.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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