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| | ATT 8300 only receives 'edge' after power on? Requires radio reset
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We had a user go through two 8310c devices and two Blue AT&T SIM cards within a week since the device would intermittently loose full 'EDGE' and drop down to 'edge' or even GSM (voice only). The first device was really bad, 9/10 using the MEdia Net browser would cause the symptoms. It would lock onto full 'edge' when powered up from his home in the morning either. The 2nd 8310c didn't lose 'EDGE' when on MEdia Net or the TeleNav GPS, but it would still frequently not lock onto full 'EDGE' when booted in the morning, it would stay on 'edge'.
If I drop the user back down to his old Cingular 8700c and moved the number back to his old Orange Cingular SIM. This works fine. Moved him back to the newer of the two 8310c devices and SIM (since the problem was worse with the old combination, at least as we observed it in limited testing). It worked fine for 3 days, then only booted up to 'edge' in the morning the following two days.
The user powers the device off at night using the icon on the home screen.
I moved him to a different SIM and 8300c (without the GPS) last night. and he saw the same issue. TSupport said we need to grab the logs off of the current device within 2 hours of it happening.
Home, Manage Connections, deselect 'Mobile Network AT&T', wait a bit, re-enable 'Mobile Network AT&T'.
Or pull the battery.
I have another user who has the same issue on the same build of the 8300c, but to a lesser extent. He powers his device on in the morning, shuts it off then leaves for work. Powers it on at the end of the day, then shuts it off before bed. Sometimes he only gets 'edge' and not the full 'EDGE', but not to the extent the first user does. The second user reports the problem happens more often when he travels abroad (Europe, Asia, SA). He toggles the network in 'Manage Connections' twice, then he goes on his way. Both users homes are in affluent suburbs. They get 2-3 bars and dBm reads -71 to -84 in both places.
I can't get my 8300c to flake out like that on start up.
Any one else see anything like this?
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