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LG phones and their ability to hold a signal

ChuX

May 4, 2004, 9:23 AM
With my LG VX6000, I notice that the signal periodically drops off. It could be during a call or while the phone is idle. I noticed this happens on the VX3100 as well. But it didn't happen when I used the Motorola V60c.

Is this an issue with LG phones?
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justpeachy

May 4, 2004, 10:15 AM
My VX4400 and my VX6000 signal changes once in awhile, but I don't actually lose any reception strength. so I don't really think of it as an issue
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BegToDiffer

May 21, 2004, 12:03 AM
While the 6000 is out for a couple carriers, I assume yours is probably with Verizon. Check the software on the phone (settings, phone info, software). If the software string ends in a "5" run it by a technician to have an update to the "6" version. I noticed fewer variations in the signal one I had this done.
By the way, I also have a V60. Its signal never fluctuates, but to be honest the call quality on the 6000 is better. Two bars on the v60 still had a slight scratch or warble to it, while one bar on the 6000 (exact same location) had perfect clarity.
Hope this helps.
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