Don't update to new Droid X software

Discussion in 'Droid X Tech Support' started by blazin80, Jul 23, 2010.

  1. blazin80

    blazin80 New Member

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    After updating to the new software for the Droid X, I seemed to have problems with the signal. I would have full signal strength indoors on standby but as soon as I tried to call out, the signal would completely disappear and could not connect. I called Verizon and the tech told me that the issues was actually with the software update and that they have to received calls about it. The tech told me to return the phone and get a replacement. She said not to update the software until they fix the issue. Good thing I still have my old Droid. Kinda sucks.
     
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    Weird my phone use to do the same thing but after the update the signal was more consistent.

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    diddo. Signal stabilized along with the battery using the new update
     
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    Same here on both.
     
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    Ditto :) :)
     
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    Are you Steve Jobs? Lol jk


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