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    Slot Cycle Index

    Does anyone know what the code is on the Motorola Droid to access the menu to change my Slot Cycle Index? I thought it would be in the programming menu but I could not find it...

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    Anyone know how to do this?
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    why would you want to do this?
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    The Slot Cycle Index is how often the phone checks with the network for calls. The default is Slot Cycle 2 which means the phone checks for new calls every 5.12 seconds. This is why when someone may call you, it might ring 3 or 4 time on their end before your Droid will start to ring.

    I recently found the instructions on how to change this on my htc eris, and I changed it to slot cycle 1 which means it checks with the network every 2.56 seconds. This made a huge difference and I want to change it on my droid. In most cases this can be changed by doing ##PST - but this does not work on the Motorola Droid...

    Any help would be greatly appreciated....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhumberger View Post
    The Slot Cycle Index is how often the phone checks with the network for calls. The default is Slot Cycle 2 which means the phone checks for new calls every 5.12 seconds. This is why when someone may call you, it might ring 3 or 4 time on their end before your Droid will start to ring.

    I recently found the instructions on how to change this on my htc eris, and I changed it to slot cycle 1 which means it checks with the network every 2.56 seconds. This made a huge difference and I want to change it on my droid. In most cases this can be changed by doing ##PST - but this does not work on the Motorola Droid...

    Any help would be greatly appreciated....
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    It might a little bit - but I can go 2 days without charging... if it bumps it down to 1 day, I am ok with this...

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