Originally Posted by Adar
My old Linksys router used to get killed everytime I turned on the microwave. Actually disconnected everyone from the wi-fi no matter what channel I set the router to use.
That's not cool.
You might want to get that checked or replace it... BUT...
It's either leaking really badly or it's throwing a lot of noise into the power lines.
My wife's treadmill throws a lot of noise into the powerline because like most modern treadmills it has a PWM controller to vary the speed of the motor.
This causes some things to reset, such as my U-Verse NID, and one of my switches.
The simple fix was a power line filter out of an old plasma set.
I replaced the standard unfiltered IEC connector on the treadmill with that filtered one.. no more problem and no more noise in the power.
Originally Posted by BerntBalchen
Just spoke to my carrier Netcom in Norway. He said the reason for this "problem with 0 lines" is because of LTE. When you have set up the phone for 4G or as i wrote earlier GSM/WCDMA/LTE auto in the network modus you will get this issue he said. The reason is conversations cant go over 4G, only 2-3G. So therefore it shows that low in the bars/lines. And with the auto setting with the LTE it always prefer 4G. But as he said, as soon as the call is set up it goes over to 2-3G and therefore get the full bars/lines. So there is nothing wrong other then it looks wierd with 0-1 bar/line. He also said it needs a software upgrade on that issue. He also feelt sorry for me so he gave me 1 year of free Spotify Premium.
) He also told me to call HTC Norway and ask them what to do or not. Hope you guys could read this and understand, last time i had english in school is over 30 years ago.
I also called HTC support. He told me that they have gotten other reports on the subject, and confirmed that its LTE issue. And that the phone works just fine and its just showing wrong value in top right corner. He pretty much confirmed what the other guy at Netcom said. He also registered all the info on my phone so they could contact me again for more info and that they are allready looking in to it. So i guess everything is working "fine".
I have seen something like this once or twice.. if it's the same thing.
I am running a rom that is based on the international version.
When on LTE it does drop to HSPA for calls and I have seen the signal meter go a little wonky once or twice.
I typically get 3 bars of LTE and 4-5 of HSPA in the house and when it does the call setup I have seen it go to nothing for the duration of the call but I never had an issue.
Not sure if this is a bug only present in the WWE based firmwares.. my wife has never seen that happen on hers and she is full AT&T stock.
The rom I am running is Android Revolution 10.1
(yes I know there are newer versions but this has been ROCK SOLID... no need to change.)
It's based on an Android 4.2.2 leak... build 2.17.401.1