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Old July 23rd, 2012, 06:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Is the poor signal reception normal to all HTC One X's?

My cousin's One X has difficulty getting stable signalin weak areas. Not only that our phones have that issue but both our phones take it long to get signal as well.

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Old July 23rd, 2012, 08:16 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have this problem and started a thread about it. Orange signal problems
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Old July 23rd, 2012, 08:29 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I have this problem and started a thread about it. Orange signal problems
Never happened to me. Got strong signal even in the basament garage, or inside elevators down town. Since May, never dropped a single call.
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Old July 23rd, 2012, 09:20 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Now on T-Mobile - not had any issues in the fife / Edinburgh area apart from a couple of weak areas on my morning commute (hilly area and across the forth road bridge). These areas were also weak on my last phone, so I can't say this phone is any worse or better. Can you check your APNs from your provider? Should be able to get them through google.
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Not had any problems with mine, I'm on Vodafone.
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No problems here, with T-Mobile.

T-Mobile are excellent in my area I find.
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No problems here on orange, always get an excellent signal
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No problem in my area too..where Airtel is famous for weak signals.

The calls are crystal clear and i am yet to see a dropped call.
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I too have signal issues with this phone for both Reception and Wi-fi they are unstable and when it goes down it takes a long time to get signal again. I think these are defective phones and may need to have them replaced. I am on At&t and never had problems with my HTC Vivid.
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My cousin's One X has difficulty getting stable signalin weak areas. Not only that our phones have that issue but both our phones take it long to get signal as well.
I'm with Rogers and have this problem. I have to reboot my phone 3 times before it'll connect to the network. HTC has real QC problems, I had a Sensation 4G that would continually shut itself down. HTC never admitted to the problem even though it was widely reported on their own forums.

I got this One X when it was first released and so all I can do is send it in for repair, but it sounds like that won't make a difference. Has anyone here who is with Rogers had any success?
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