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Skype

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I have not used skype for my moto q global in a while.

Now that I went to use it, it says "Unable to connect to a skype network."

I tried to search to find a thread with similiar issues, but did not find any.

Anybody know how to fix this issue?

I do not want to result to fring, as I only want skype by itself.

I uninstalled it and installed it again. Still the same problem. I set it to automatic detect connection, but still nothing.

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I have not used skype for my moto q global in a while.

Now that I went to use it, it says "Unable to connect to a skype network."

I tried to search to find a thread with similiar issues, but did not find any.

Anybody know how to fix this issue?

I do not want to result to fring, as I only want skype by itself.

I uninstalled it and installed it again. Still the same problem. I set it to automatic detect connection, but still nothing.

hello anyone1979, my experience with skype on my Q global has been a terrible one. i used it,then unstilled it within a week. its very hard to connect to the network. and once it did, it usually loses connection. i think you really need to have 3G connection or higher at all times. Wifi is best, but seeing as our phone doesnt have it... dont even get me started on making calls with skype. i could barely undertsand the other person, as it horribly cuts in and out. then... it freezes. unless you live in an area with a huge 3G network dont waste your time with it.

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hello anyone1979, my experience with skype on my Q global has been a terrible one. i used it,then unstilled it within a week. its very hard to connect to the network. and once it did, it usually loses connection. i think you really need to have 3G connection or higher at all times. Wifi is best, but seeing as our phone doesnt have it... dont even get me started on making calls with skype. i could barely undertsand the other person, as it horribly cuts in and out. then... it freezes. unless you live in an area with a huge 3G network dont waste your time with it.

Thanks for the reply. I can live without it

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I've been using skype the reason it keeps disconnecting is because your internet connection probably keeps cutting off, Skype doesn't connect your phone to its data connection itself you have to do it manually.

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