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Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Tech Support' started by dlo-htown, Sep 19, 2011.
Hi, I just tried this but no luck.
Call Verizon give them hell.
Definitely good advice lol
That's the only way i could help you!sorry..
Yeah..you need this!!lol
Looks like a Factory Reset did it. Although as of now the 4G LTE logo at the top is in White. Previously it wasn't appearing on screen at all.
If its white you hsve no data
Yes I know, hasn't turned to blue yet but probably will be a while. Right now I have to do the unusual thing and reinstall all my apps and change each of my screens, ughhh
I thank you gall for the tips given earlier.
I would try and get that blue first if you cant then there is probably something wrong with phone eor real. try all the tricks till it turns blue
I have a nexus...wife has a rezound and my brother has a bionic. Today early morning we all lost data. Only wifi would work and it would still not surf the web. This happened on all three phones. Verizon had me go into each phone and check the box "enable data while roaming". He went on and rambled about how the towers are under contract and bla bla bla. I'm on a nationwide plan so the roaming thing doesn't matter but I did get my 3 and 4G back by doing this.
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Okay will do
Hmmm. Interesting. .... Good TIp. thanks for sharing.
So I have the latest build, I'm aware of outages on the verizon network back on 12/21 and still, there are data connectivity issues. What gives? I'm a long-time droid fan. Had the droid x prior to the bionic and had some email issues (corp/other emails kept deleting themselves) and battery life issues with that phone. I went to the local store and got another/new droid x and the email issues no longer happened but the battery life was still mediocre. Outside of this, loved the phone and operating system. So I decided to take the plunge and get the bionic when my contract with verizon expired back in September. I have since had to get the extended battery since the regular one wasn't cutting it. Outside of this, the only frustrating thing for me right now (and it's a BIG ONE) is the loss of data connectivity. I've read through this particular thread and have had the SAME issues most of you have posted here. Goes from 4g to 3g to 1x to nothing or any mix of this (sometimes from 3g to nothing at all). It's completely random...happening at different times of the day, different locations, etc. Makes you wonder - where is the issue? The network or the phone? Is it Motorola or Verizon that should be addressing this? Or both?? Either way, if one or both doesn't do something soon, I may be switching over to the 'dark side' and get an iPhone.