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Default [Q] Data while in call

If someone can clarify this for me, I'll be grateful.

I've noticed that I can't use data (internet) while in call. Is it that Z does not support it or my carrier doesn't allow it? And is it possible to somehow enable this?

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If someone can clarify this for me, I'll be grateful.

I've noticed that I can't use data (internet) while in call. Is it that Z does not support it or my carrier doesn't allow it? And is it possible to somehow enable this?

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i didn have this problem
so call to ur operator help-desk
 
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Yes it happened to me while i was on 2g but I guess while using 3g the Internet didn't go down and was working at the same time u can check that

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Yes it happened to me while i was on 2g but I guess while using 3g the Internet didn't go down and was working at the same time u can check that

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I experienced this while using 3G, so I would have to guess it's carrier-side issue. I was planning on switching to another carrier anyway. This made it that much easier.

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Smartphone history:

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc LT15i (passed on)
 
midnight blue
fully unlocked and rooted
GB .79 FW, Gin2KitKat (until given back)
housing planned to be replaced


Sony Xperia Z C6603 (currently in use)
 
black
rooted
locked due to being bought from carrier
KK .233 FW, Criskelo 6.9
completely eXposed
back cover (cracked) and USB flap cover (came loose) planned to be replaced
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I experienced this while using 3G, so I would have to guess it's carrier-side issue. I was planning on switching to another carrier anyway. This made it that much easier.

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While on 2G, you can't be in a call and navigate the internet from phone. In 3G it's possible. But if you say you were on 3G...carrier problem.
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