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    P.S. Taker's Avatar
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    Jan 26, 2008
    3G and phone signal
    Hello all, I installed the update for iphone last night. Normally I leave 3g switched of to save battery power. What seems to be happening now is that when I turn on 3g I loose my phone signal, which I may add was at full strength before turning on 3g. I reset the network settings, that didnt help. I called apple they told me to restore the phone. I have just restored the phone and still the problem persists. Do any of you people have the same problem, if so has anyone managed to resolve it.
    Thank you

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    NPuter's Avatar
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    Jul 15, 2007
    Miami, Fl
    15" 2.2GHz Santa Rosa Macbook Pro - 4GB Ram - 120GB HD OS X Leopard - Windows XP
    I notice that my signal does fluctuate when switching to and from 3G...

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    P.S. Taker's Avatar
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    Jan 26, 2008
    I'm now wondering if it needs the phone signal if it has a 3g signal. will it use the 3g signal instead of the phone.
    Head scratching

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