DaK0620 said:This time it disconnected at 45 minutes but think the extra time was due an incoming text.
Spent 45 minutes on the phone with verizonwireless. The dude probably got tired of me and finally goes, "I found the problem. This is a known problem is supposed to be fixed with a new software push that is due out the end of this month."
We shall see.
Thanks again for the assist. At least now the software is up to date and all smar actions are OFF.
DaK0620 said:Rep at the verizon store couldn't find anything wrong with the phone. While there the phone stayed attached to a local eateries wifi the entire time without a hitch, over and hr. Tech at the store said the samething, "Jelly is coming out soon and that may fix this as we and motarola are aware of the problem". Came home wifi was dumped after 30 min.
Move forward a couple of days.
Moving into a new house and for the area in which it is located a new ISP, Verizon. Once connected to the wifi, two hrs no drop. Will retest today. The signal strength, according to the APP I have, was about the same as the old houses so that is not the issue. THe issue has to be something with the way ATT (no rocks please, not my fault, we are locallity designated with these things) or I am set up with the wifi.
For, now this appears to be corrected for whatever reason.
cleave said:Wow! Well at least you appear to have cured your problem. By any chance did you happen to change routers with your new ISP? I have actually heard that certain routers could cause a glitch with the wifi on certain phones. Either way at least it doesn't appear to be a problem with your phone. I never would of thought of suggesting you move to another location (lol!). I'm glad you got it all worked out