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Oct 12, 2012 | Televison & Video
It appears that a lot of people can't
get their LG KC910 phones to work with AT&T.
Not to fret, I've solved the problem.
Bring up the phone onto the screen.
(You may have to do this a few times
because sometimes it will actually try to dial the number.
This puts you in test mode.
Scroll down and select: Network mode
Scroll down and select: Automatic (it's the last item on the menu)
Enjoy this great phone and remember:
You didn't put one cent into Bill Gates or Steve Jobs pocket.
I've been having problems with my phone losing network connections lately. When I follow the above instructions, it immediately work again. I'm wondering if when the network frequency changes I loose the "Automatic" status. Because GSM850 is the main frequency where I live I selected that and it works fine. Maybe the new settings need to be "burned" in. Haven't seen an option for this though.
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