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Dropped Calls

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions & Site Assistance' started by risko1, Apr 6, 2010.

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    Hello All:
    Embarrassed to admit it (not the Droid part), but just got a Droid, first Smart Phone I have owned. Had it for about 3 weeks....I am constantly having my calls dropped :mad:during a conversation. I'm trying to figure out why this is happening. Am I holding the phone too close to my chin and disconnecting my callers inadvertently. It does not appear to be a battery issue, I don't think. On the note of the battery, outside of looking at the bars, how do I look to see the % of battery power remaining. Thanks!
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    :welcome: to the Draoid Forums. Do you have long hair? That could be an issue. If not test the proxemity sensor. When you're on a call take your finger and place it on the glass and your phone should turn dark. Pulling away your finger does the screen light back up? If not replace the phone.
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    Released an app: Screen Suite that solves this problem
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