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    I know you guys see this happen too!

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    I know you guys see this happen too!
    When my phones battery life gets down to like below 25% and I come up to it and unlock it, it starts searching to find the cell network....

    many times it finds it then I start getting all these text messages coming in cuz my phone sits out of range.....only thing i can think of why it does this is to save battery......and ive tried three different iphones so I know its not just uique to me...

    anyone else notice this?? know of a fix?

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    I know you guys see this happen too!
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    Me neither. Had my iPhone 3G since the week it came out, never had that problem.

    Are you using OS 2.2?

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    I know you guys see this happen too!

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    I have iphone 3g since july and have never seen this,
    didnt see it on iphone 2g either

    Ronan

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    I know you guys see this happen too!

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    my phone is always up to date

    the only thing common across all three phones is the sim card....should I get a new one?

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    think I figured it out....I have push turned off and for it to check manually for new data......when its like that theres no reason I guess for it to stay connected.....so I turned pushh back on and all is well......

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    Mine does this on occasion, particularly when I fly and get off the plane. It only seems to happen with texts coming from T-Mobile phones though, not AT&T or Verizon.


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    I get that ocassionaly.. I've found out it's probably the 3g network.. I just turn 3g off and I start getting all my calls regardless of my batery status.. Kinda sucks if you ask me..

    Try turning 3g off next time you get that problem see if it works

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    I know you guys see this happen too!

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    Never seen it
    it might be your SIM card.

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    I know you guys see this happen too!

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    ya its not my pushnotification......cuz it's still doing it...grrrrrrrrrr

    gonna try a new SIM card next

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    I know you guys see this happen too!

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    ugh...still happening

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