Did you get OTA? Which verison are you running, 5.5.893-5.6.893 or 5.7.893?
Originally Posted by Anubis520
I've been saying this for awhile now. It must be a simple misconfiguration at some of the cell sites, because some of us have no issues at all. Maybe something as simple as some cell sites are on outdated firmware. Either way, I think it is a network problem; and alot of people who are planning on jumping ship to another device in hopes of alleviating the issue are in for a rude awakening.
Originally Posted by Shadez
I believe it is a combination of both. as 4g is a separate radio than the Cdma unit swithoffs are a little more complicated than before. A weak 4g signal is enough to keep the phone from switching to 3g and results in a no data condition that makes the radios 'stuck'.
Originally Posted by Dave12308
Guys much much much smarter than me have discovered the updates basically ups the squelch and makes the phone pass off sooner than it used to.
Users staying within 4g have stated no problems with data and better battery than users that roam in and out of 4g coverage. As we (roamers) tend to have 2 radios simultaneously upping power to hold signal. Moto was able to make a software fix for a network problem where HTC basically ignored their customers.