11-30-2010 12:33 PM
I'm not too sure as neither has N5 or N3 written on them one is from Sure Cable and Wireless Guernsey (mine) and is about a year old my wife has one from Wave Telecom Guernsey and is about two years old. So I am guessing that a "newer" sim card will do the trick.
12-01-2010 11:21 AM
Good luck with that. I'm in Jersey with JT Wave. I've had 4 new sim cards in a week (3 different types) and they all do the same. I have found out that the problem is when the phone loses 3G signal, normally when inside an old granite building or in a valley, this causes it to reboot.
If you go to network selection and use '2G Only' it stops the phone from rebooting. However this obviously means you won't be on 3G, but does stop the woes.
Please Motorola can you give us a fix that will stop the phone from rebooting when 3G signal drops out.
12-02-2010 12:04 AM
S**T the wife's on JT Wave too!!! I was going to get a new sim card today but I wont I'll try the 2G setup and see (she doesn't use 3G anyway).
Strange that its a 3G problem as WT has a very advanced system and sim card range ie the very latest ones. So please MOTO sort it as I am sure it will happen to others.
12-04-2010 02:46 AM
I purchased a Defy last week from Wave Telecom in St Peter Port, Guernsey which has exactly this problem. They replaced the first one, but the second one has the same issue. I've no idea what type of sim card it has but have swapped it for a C&W one to see if that makes any difference over the weekend, else the phone is going back. I'm not sure why the type of sim card should make a difference anyway. The problem appears to be related to signal dropout as I think another user has identified. Hope this helps.
12-04-2010 12:07 PM
OK, this may be worth a shot. You think when 3G is dropped it reboots? Out of curiosity has anyone gone into the "info" menu to see what the setting is under "set preferred network type" ? (Get into menu: *#*#4636#*#*).
12-05-2010 06:43 AM
Double check to be sure when you close out of that menu that it's not "defaulting" back to GSM only. Theoretically (I have read), with GSM only you cannot get anything higher than Edge. Mine will default to GSM only when I use wifi calling and if I leave it on and transition to a non-wifi area sometimes the phone does a little frequency dance trying to decide what to do. If I shut off wifi (which also closes the wifi calling app), it changes to GSM auto (PRL) so I can get 3G. However, occasionally it won't and a couple of times I had to reboot. Worth a look, anyway.