Probably a non-issue but...

Discussion in 'Droid 2 Tech Issues' started by nick413, Dec 8, 2010.

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    When I bring my Droid 2 out of standby after a period of time, the signal strength indicator is replaced by a red circle-slash for half a second. Is it possible that my phone is going into airplane mode whilst idling in standby? My current theory is that this is a result of maximum battery saver, and its because of the phone shutting off data.

    Also, this is a replacement D2, I bricked my original one trying to sbf back from Fission 2.2.2 (but Big Red doesn't need to know about that, haha.)

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    It probably is from the max batt saver thing.

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    Okay this just got interesting. I am in an area (Burlington VT) where 1x/3G is great across the board. On my Omnia last year, and my previous D2, I *never* dropped signal, anywhere. However, I installed Real Signal, and every once and awhile, the EVDO strength goes from -2 ish down to -64 or worse. CDMA seems to stay stable.

    This is also the case with the max battery saver disabled. I've updated PRL, and reactivated multiple times. I'm gonna try to find the newest baseband and flash that, otherwise this one might have to go back as well :|