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Bad range with Wifi and Bluetooth

OP jgraham8806

16th October 2014, 03:46 AM   |  #11  
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Well, I finally was able to flash the full-wipe NC5 update. (I had to switch USB ports) Bootloader and build are both NC5. Still have horrible wi-fi and bluetooth connections. Dum dum dummmmmm. Looks like I'm paying $100 for a warranty replacement.

I am having the same problem on a currently warranty replacement. I just got upgraded to an S4 from my S3 because they didn't have any of my color in stock so they sent me this. I am having terrible range with my wifi when my S3 has perfect connection. Also my bluetooth is spotty and doesn't always connect and loses connection while playing music.

Might just have to have it replaced...again.
16th October 2014, 04:33 AM   |  #12  
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Yep. Mine ended up being a hardware issue. Shortly after that post the cellular service went out completely. Had it replaced under warranty.
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