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Lots of connection issues after OTA

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR Support' started by cfaber, Dec 25, 2011.

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    After the OTA update I've had nothing but connection issues. The phone will run great for a while then lose all connectivity, including wifi.

    Anyone else having these issues.

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    I'm definitely dropping data service more than I did before. It's also taking forever to switch between wifi and data service. If i turn off the wifi, I'll sometimes have to reboot for the data to come back on.
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    I'm taking it with a grain of salt, but I spoke with a level 2 tech from Motorola, who suggested a 2nd patch is expected to be released soon specifically for the connectivity issues of the recent patch. I sure hope this is true.
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    Yes indeed! Mine was great before the update!!


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    So one thing I'm noticing is that 3g and 4g access are fine. This issue seems to be directly related to wifi. I haven't tried yet but it would be interesting to see if different security models on wifi make any difference with the connectivity.