- 12-03-2012, 11:07 AM #1
Just wondering if anybody could help/relate to this issue.
My 920 was pretty good but every once in awhile my texts would come in bunches like 4 at once instead of right when they come in.
Then I noticed that my voicemails were arriving a few hours late, sometimes the next morning. Other times I can send texts as well.
Now my notifcations for everything are arriving way late sometimes. This morning I had nothing then suddenly my phone went off for 9 notifications. 5 texts, 2 draw something and 2 facebook.
The other issue is my Facebook double wide tile is always behind. At first I thought it was just the app, but I am starting to think its not.
Would these issues be associated with the phone, or the signal coming in?
- 12-03-2012, 12:04 PM #3--Laura Knotek (formerly known as lak611)
12-04-2012, 05:54 AM #5
- 72 Posts
Im having similar issues on my 920 and I had same problems on my Omnia7. I think its an OS problem. Its just inconsistent.
Right now my fb-tile are showing two notifications and I cant get that damn bubble to go away.
This is the biggetst problem for WP imo, usually it just doesnt work like it should. :(
- 12-04-2012, 11:22 AM #8
as much as i love the hardware itself, my only issue, which i just noticed last weekend and it's a very big issue is that my texts and voice calls aren't coming through. It will give me an error saying can't send message. tried calling my phone but it goes to voicemail after a few rings. I have perfect signal coverage btw. When i shut down the phone and power back on, i get a bunch of texts that i was supposed to received an hour or so ago and i'm able to receive calls again. this is such a blower to me if the phone is unreliable as i use it for after hours call support. the phone has been rock solid and hasn't given me any issues and the only things i updated before all this happened was perform the network+, extras+, and feedback to Nokia last week.
i might have to switch back to my old phone if i keep encountering this going forward until they [AT&T, MS, and Nokia] get notice this is happening and resolve it :(
12-04-2012, 11:29 AM #9
- 13 Posts
I disagree. I think it is signal. At work, I get email notifications and facebook updates with no problem. At home, I don't get them even though the signal bar has 2 bars. I think the signal is weak which drains my battery and I don't get notifications.
While at work, I have none of those problems. So I do think it is a signal strength issue. Not saying it isn't also a OS issue but it certainly has something to do with signal strength.
- 12-04-2012, 11:42 AM #10
its really hard to pin point this one. I managed to get my phone unbricked with the flashing method, but I am still having issues where texts just randomly dont come in till an hour later. I have a feeling its the OS because my Focus has 0 issues, but then again that wasn't an LTE phone. LTE just went live in my area about 2 weeks ago, so I wonder if they are having issues. I hope Apollo + fixes all of this, because this is becoming a nightmare.
- 12-04-2012, 12:04 PM #13
01-26-2013, 09:00 PM #15
- 4 Posts
I've had my Nokia Lumia 900 (without any issues) for about 6 months now, but now I'm having the same issues you are talking about. The other members of my family (we're all on the same AT&T network, they have an iPhone and a Galaxy SIII) aren't having any issues at all with their phones, so it can't be a network issue.
01-26-2013, 09:06 PM #16
- 62 Posts
I am having similar issues also, only mine won't receive calls or texts when I am listening to internet radio or a podcast and if I don't restart my phone after listening to them I won't get any texts or phone calls. This happened last night when my store tried to get a hold of me which was frustrating.
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