Originally Posted by smokedkill
Check your battery savings settings.
Sent from the Evil Empire
If you're talking about Settings -> Battery & Data Manager. Battery mode is set to Performance (I never want data off, unless I put it into airplane mode myself). Data Saver is turned off. And the 3 boxes under Data Delivery are checked.
So if you mean something else, please give details.
No offense meant, but I've been dealing with data drop issues, and seeing others report it too, since getting the Bionic. Sorry, maybe I should have mentioned that I've done all those things since getting my Bionic in SEPTEMBER and experiencing the data drop issues. And the drops happen EVEN AFTER A FACTORY RESET, and adjusting the "Battery & Data manager" settings. So I get very frustrated when someone gives what comes across as a very general statement, rather than SPECIFIC details.
Maybe now is a good time to say, the wifi issue I'm experiencing with 5.9.902 happens with my router (WNR3500v2 with either the stock Netgear firmware, or DD-WRT), as well as Linksys WRT54G(v5) with latest linksys firmware. Where as my 3 laptops, my wife's laptop, my Thunderbolt, my BB9780, and our many other wifi enabled smart phones don't have this issue. And the Bionic didn't have it until the 5.9.902 update.
With 5.9.902, the cell data drops seem to have improved/vanished (why I'd like to use its cellular radio codes), where as the WIFI dropping like this is new (doubt its part of the 3G/4G radio code).
Hence the question I originally asked... is it possible to running with 5.9.902 3G/4G radios while using the 5.9.901 code?