Potential Data Fix

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  1. slipknot20085
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    Hi everyone. Like most people I was having severe data connectivity issues with my bionic then I made some changes and I have had uninturupted data for around 72 hours. I removed juice defender from my phone switched it to the night time power saver mode and switched my battery widget to the one from simmo publications. I am thinking that removing the juice defender was what solved the problem but I made all these changes at once so I figured I would list all of this. I hope this helps.

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    Juice defender always caused strange data connectivity issues on my OG Droid, so I never even bothered with it on my Bionic. However, I do sometimes run into connectivity issues. I've noticed it tends to be more prevalent when I left the 4G radio on and travel between 4G and 3G coverage areas--the 3G can take awhile to come back. If I stay on just 3G (CDMA) it generally seems to be OK.
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