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Old December 25th, 2011, 01:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Post HTC Wildfire T Mobile & Orrange

Hi all

This is my first post so thanks for any help in advance.

I have a htc wildfire running andriod 2.2.1 and have been registered to receive T mobile and Orange. However it will only pick up T mobile, data roaming is switched on.

When I switch on and search for networks manually you can login to orange or T mobile but in auto ma-tic mode will only stay on T mobile and when no signal not switch to orange even when there is an orange signal.

My wife has the same phone but when she searches for networks there is a network named T mobile Orange, were mine displays these separate.

Can anyone give any advice how to solve this problem.

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Old January 12th, 2012, 04:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Not sure why you are unable to pick up the Orange signal - might be worth dropping T-Mobile a line. I find the T-Mobile support on Twitter very helpful and quick to respond. You can find them at @TMobileUKhelp.

As for the difference in operator list - that might be down to your SIM card. The SIM card in my Wildfire S I have had for years and always says T-Mobile on the lock screen regardless of whether it is connected to T-Mobile or Orange. The only way I can tell which it is currently connected to is by seleting the 'Search networks' option in settings - a star appears against the network it is currently connected to.

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