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Calls and sms' not received after a while

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has this happened to anyone else? after a while I stop receiving calls, all incoming calls go to my voice mail, and I stop receiving sms'. if I turn my phone off & on, problem's fixed and all my sms' immediately come in. I thought it was probably cause I'm using a 100k wma as a ringtone, but I'm thinking if it could be my line being used by someone else. :shock:

Please help..I love my mpx200, but this problem is driving me crazy and getting me in trouble with important clients.

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Could be the ringtone, or you leave your GPRS connected?

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Could be the ringtone, or you leave your GPRS connected?

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I dunno bout the ringtone...do 100k + ringtones cause these problems?

It can't be gprs cause I don't have it activated with my service provider or have it configured on my phone.

Thanks!

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anybody else? am I the only one this has happened to?

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happens to me too, mine eventually lost all network signal detection from any network and has been sent to Motorola for a Warranty repair.

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has this happened to anyone else? after a while I stop receiving calls, all incoming calls go to my voice mail, and I stop receiving sms'. if I turn my phone off & on, problem's fixed and all my sms' immediately come in. I thought it was probably cause I'm using a 100k wma as a ringtone, but I'm thinking if it could be my line being used by someone else.  :shock:

Please help..I love my mpx200, but this problem is driving me crazy and getting me in trouble with important clients.

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You might find that this is just because it clogs up after a while. It happens to me and I reboot my phone at least once a week or run a risk of it doing this. I guess it is running Windoze after all ;)

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Motorola UK have warranty exchanged my mpx200 for a brand new one, they could not find the fault.

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It happens to me, but rarely, and only if I keep the phone on for a week or more, so not really a problem...

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