Vodafone NL?Support


  1. gangsterazn

    gangsterazn Well-Known Member

    Hey guys,

    I took my phone out of my pocket after getting off the train today and for some reason it said Vodafone NL. What is this? Anyone else have this problem before? I googled it a bit and I think it was because I was on global mode and it connected to the nearest tower rather than CDMA and Verizon only. This is pretty weird and I have been having problems getting service in my house anyway so I am thinking of getting it exchanged. Besides the battery, I didn't have much of a problem with the Thunderbolt that I exchanged for this, and with the comments about how stable the Inc2 is, I am kinda second guessing myself now. Not sure what I will do but regardless, anyone have any idea as to what this is?

    Also, today when I finished a phone call with a friend, I clicked end call (which worked this time, usually it would freeze before I could click that) but after that, the phone completely froze. It happens after every call I make and although it is easily fixable by turning the screen on and off, it is still a pain and I don't think this is a desired effect by HTC. Anyone else have this problem?

    Thanks in advanced

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  2. TheAtheistReverend

    TheAtheistReverend Anybody want a peanut? VIP Member

    There should be something in settings that allows you to select cdma network only. Hopefully that fixes it.
    If all else fails, try a factory reset before giving up on the phone.
  3. gangsterazn

    gangsterazn Well-Known Member

    Yeah I selected that and it still gave me the Vodafone thing. I'll try the factory reset. The radio on the signal is bad/very weak anyway so I wanted to get that fixed(probably not going to fix with a new phone), the freezing problem after a call, and this, I want to get fixed with a new phone so I might jsut send it in.

    ps. love your suggestion ahhaa. factory reset for everything ftw!
  4. TheAtheistReverend

    TheAtheistReverend Anybody want a peanut? VIP Member

    Yeah man,
    Factory reset is like the ultimate. There are so many little bugs that people experience that unless you have root can't easily be addressed. It's a bummer that you have to reinstall everything when all you really have to reinstall is one or two apps.

    I kind of have that view on life. Hard reset is necessary sometimes.
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