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    Hi, new here. Tried posting this on another forum but it doesn't move too fast. I'm hoping that there might be others with this prob and can offer some help because it is driving me nuts. I'm on 1.1.4 now and have 'no service'. I had this problem with 1.1.1, 1.1.3 and pretty much any cxonfiguration I can try. I've done all the resets and used signal.app but nothing works. I've restored the phone about 15 times, upgrades, blah, blah. THe last restore I did, I upgraded to 1.1.4 and unlocked with ziphone 2.5c. Still 'no signal' where my carrier's symbol used to be and I can't call. Everything (wi-fi, google maps, weather, stocks, mail, etc) else works. THEN... I leave the phone charging overnight and presto service comes back??? WTF??
    Thing is, sometimes it just goes away all of a sudden while charging or just sitting there and I can't get it back whatever I do. It can be gone for a few days and then just come back. I'll even take it out with me in my pocket and reset it in different areas of town to see if reception is a prob > no dice.
    I can't be the only one with this problem and it has to be more widespread. I don't think it's hardware related but who knows.
    If anyone can shed some light on this or has a fix it would be greatly appreciated...I love my iphone but it has become so flakey, I have to carry a spare phone when the signal descides to go away.



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    u and me both dude, try moving to a different location or something it might be that. I know down my block wen im layin in bed i go to send a text and as im typing my bar drops down from 1 to NO SERVICE lolol mad frrustrating. Then ill layy it on the bed and like 1-2 minutes maybe less it comes back.

    At school i get 5 bars wherever i go, so move your location and give feedback

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    Maybe you are near a building that is blocking GSM signals. Like a church or something...

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    I've seen a number of posts with people having the same problem. It is most likely a hardware issue that can be fixed by replacing the comm board. You might try "reset network settings" in the settings menu. Also try the "refurbish"option in ziphone then restore 1.1.4 then redo jailbreak/actvation/unlock.
    It really sounds like a hardware problem. You should take it back to Apple if you can. Comm boards are a pain to replace, and should be the last thing you try.

 

 

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