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Any one notice or is it just me?


Mar 4, 2005, 2:06 PM
Ok v fans i need some input on this. I just got my 4700 on Tues of this week and it works great. The ptt is on point, FINALLY but it does take some time to get used to especially cause its new but i got the hang of it. But i have noticed is that the bars on the phone jump up and down alot, i don't lose signal or anything but its something that i ain't used to seeing being a verizon customer thats a nextel thing. Maybe i am being a little to worried and paranoid cause i have been paying extra attention to the phone with ptt and all and the phones features but i was just wondering if maybe its my phone in particular or is it the 4700 model itself is why cause the the other ptt phones don't interest me at all...😲 😳 😕...Let me know fans if ...

Mar 4, 2005, 4:57 PM
signal bars fluctuation happens to the 6100 also and i can tell you, it drops calls like crazy. it's good it hasn't done it with your 4700.

Mar 4, 2005, 7:54 PM
I have not had any problems like that with my 4700. Maybe your looking at it to much. Give it a chance will ya buddy.... 🙄

Mar 7, 2005, 9:59 PM
press menu press zero then enter all zeros it will bring you to lgs service menu select force mode and chose cdma only it will help hold the digital signal better and you can always go back n fix it but dont mess with to much in that menu i hope this helps i got the 6100 and it helped out 100% also please let me know if you can use the speaker phone for a regular voice call with the flip closed thanks gl

Mar 8, 2005, 5:56 PM
yes, you can use the speaker phone for regular calls with the flip closed.

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