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[Q] Mobile Radio random disconnection

22nd August 2014, 04:21 AM   |  #1  
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I've got an HTC One X/Endeavoru handset which is experiencing random mobile network drops. Drops occur with no discernable pattern, sometimes while using data and sometimes while not interacting with the phone. There is no messae displayed regarding sim removal like other posters in the forum I have seen. I finally managed to get a logcat of the error, see attachment. I can't post a pastebin link since I'm a newb, apparently.

Phone is running Cyanogenmod 11 M9, but the issue has persisted since I had M6 installed. Disconnection occurs once every few hours, and to resolve the issue I simply enable airplane mode and disable data, then immediately enable data and disable airplane mode. In my testing, both are required to reset the connection. This issue kicks me completely off the network, disabling mobile data and GSM/voice connection.

I have prepended ** on a couple of lines on the log where the issue seems to begin; anyone have any input as to possible causes/solutions?

Thanks!
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1st September 2014, 04:51 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by slick601

I've got an HTC One X/Endeavoru handset which is experiencing random mobile network drops. Drops occur with no discernable pattern, sometimes while using data and sometimes while not interacting with the phone. There is no messae displayed regarding sim removal like other posters in the forum I have seen. I finally managed to get a logcat of the error, see attachment. I can't post a pastebin link since I'm a newb, apparently.

Phone is running Cyanogenmod 11 M9, but the issue has persisted since I had M6 installed. Disconnection occurs once every few hours, and to resolve the issue I simply enable airplane mode and disable data, then immediately enable data and disable airplane mode. In my testing, both are required to reset the connection. This issue kicks me completely off the network, disabling mobile data and GSM/voice connection.

I have prepended ** on a couple of lines on the log where the issue seems to begin; anyone have any input as to possible causes/solutions?

Thanks!

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