1. flair77's Avatar
    More often than not, every time I get out of an elevator, a basement parking or if the signal is lost for whatever reason, it just doesn't come back on automatically even though other phones regain full signal strength.

    Each time, I have to restart the phone - only then full signal returns. There have been times when the phone has lost signal without even me knowing and stays that way... I may realize after an hour or two, restart it and then receive notifications of several missed calls

    I've even selected operator selection to manual and have selected my operator, and not automatic but this isn't helping too.

    From the forums I gather there's a firmware update around the corner which fixes my only other problem (screen blank during calls) but any hints or suggestions on this please? Thanks!
    03-24-2013 03:35 AM
  2. Jacob Weltchek's Avatar
    I have this issue too, it kills the battery life, and makes the phone super hot. Its struggling to find a connection for some odd reason, like a process is stuck. Restarting the phone is only a temporary fix for a very aggravating problem. >:( My Samsung Focus S allowed me to watch Netflix at work no problem, the Lumia 920 takes a lifetime just to load up an image, if at all. Seriously I miss phone calls just sitting in my house, I never had this issue with my previous Windows Phones!
    03-24-2013 04:01 AM
  3. flair77's Avatar
    Yeah, hurts most when you take out your phone from the pocket to make an important call. Only to realize it has no signal and you now have to wait a few for it to reboot.
    03-25-2013 12:02 AM
  4. Azzid's Avatar
    Have you tried switching on and off airplane mode? That usually does the trick for me.
    03-25-2013 07:50 AM
  5. rockstarzzz's Avatar
    More often than not, every time I get out of an elevator, a basement parking or if the signal is lost for whatever reason, it just doesn't come back on automatically even though other phones regain full signal strength.

    Each time, I have to restart the phone - only then full signal returns. There have been times when the phone has lost signal without even me knowing and stays that way... I may realize after an hour or two, restart it and then receive notifications of several missed calls

    I've even selected operator selection to manual and have selected my operator, and not automatic but this isn't helping too.

    From the forums I gather there's a firmware update around the corner which fixes my only other problem (screen blank during calls) but any hints or suggestions on this please? Thanks!
    I have this issue too, it kills the battery life, and makes the phone super hot. Its struggling to find a connection for some odd reason, like a process is stuck. Restarting the phone is only a temporary fix for a very aggravating problem. >:( My Samsung Focus S allowed me to watch Netflix at work no problem, the Lumia 920 takes a lifetime just to load up an image, if at all. Seriously I miss phone calls just sitting in my house, I never had this issue with my previous Windows Phones!
    What's the highest connection speed? 3g or 4g? If you aren't with a 4g provider, try switching that speed to 3g, if you haven't already done so.
    03-25-2013 02:02 PM

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