hmm.. well the G/3/H not being around could simply mean ur out of range for 3G services, but seeing that u cant even make a call, i'd say its a bigger problem, yeah.. which firmware did u flash, KI8? maybe u could try another modem, im not sure though..
u could try getting tech support over the phone i guess but u cant use warranty services after u've flashed firmware via Odin, u'll first have to flash back ur original firmware, then reset ur flash counter (with a usb jig, available on ebay)
Samsung Galaxy S2 - Android 2.3.5 (XWKJ2)
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My phone receives no mobile phone signal, whether it's 3G or 2G. I understand that when using wifi that the data comes from my broadband & not the mobile phone network.
My problem is that for a period of over an hour (before a power cycle) my phone couldnt receive a call/ sms - even though there were at least 2 bars of coverage shown. I was at work, so I know I have a valid signal.
I questioned the wifi because I wondered if having this on for the past week, did it upset something in the phone & stop the mobile signal from being received?
Sorry if any of this sounds rude, but I just wanted to state a bit more clearly what/ where the problem is.
hmm, firstly i just clarified why u sometimes see G, even though ur on a 3G network not as a solution.
have u tried popping the sim into another phone? if its the same on that, then u can leave the phone alone and contact ur service provider. if its working fine on the other phone, its probably something that went wrong when u flashed the new firmware, probably with the modem. u could try another 2.3.5 version, i.e. if u flashed KI3, u can flash KI8, or vice versa.. or go back to 2.3.4 (KG5, KH3 were very stable)
and no, having ur wifi on is how this phone is expected to work, it shouldnt affect ur mobile network in any way
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