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24-Jan-2012, 03:07 PM #1
HTC Sensation losing signal
I have a HTC Sensation with about 3 months and it keeps losing the signal all the time. I could be in the middle of a call and the signal will disappear, same when texting, i could have full signal and when i have typed a text and about to hit send i`ll get a cross in the corner which means no signal.
Anyone else experiencing this problem and if so did they manage to get it fixed?
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24-Jan-2012, 09:10 PM #2
Signal strength issues are almost always completely a carrier issue (barring some type of well-known manufacturing defect). This appears to be a T-Mobile phone. Is this the first T-Mobile phone you've had? Perhaps coverage just isn't very good where you're using it.
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24-Jan-2012, 11:55 PM #3
Not T-Mobile, i`m in Ireland. I travel the south east of Ireland for work and it happens all over.
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25-Jan-2012, 08:04 AM #4
Talk to your carrier. These types of questions can't be answered generally. Signal strength is specific to geographical region and carrier.
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25-Jan-2012, 10:54 AM #5
Talked to them already and of course they`ve said it`s not their signal, i`ve e-mailed the phone manufacturer but am still awaiting a reply.
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25-Jan-2012, 11:36 AM #6
Where did you buy the phone? From the carrier? A third party?

If it's a hardware problem, the seller has to have some kind of replacement policy for an initial period, and after that, the manufacturer's warranty would kick in.
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