iPhone 4 Why does my iPhone 4 keep going no service

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  1. iphonee

    iphonee Member

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    My iPhone 4 keeps going no service I've had it restored replaced and this one keeps going no service to. What so I do?
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    Death grip.
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    I thought that was fixed in a software update at the beginning I've even got a bodyguardz full body over it
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    NoogleNoggler Well-Known Member

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    Ok. I've seen your other threads and you say that Australian iPhones got the death grip fixed.
    It didn't.
    It's there.
    Even with bodyguardz.
    Tough luck mate.

    Only zagg fixes the problem.
  5. iphonee

    iphonee Member

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    So this is the death grip? Even though it's just started to do this? There is no didfrence with bodyguardz abd zagg this is so annoying going no service what should I do
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    Hardkaare New Member

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    Is your iPhone stolen?

    If so it could be IMEI blacklisted.
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    NoogleNoggler Well-Known Member

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    Probable shield malfunction.
    Hell I still had the death grip when I had my shield on. (Full Body)
    I've taken it off now.
    Because the lack of cases I could use.
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    No my iPhone 4 isn't stolen? I've just started to have this problem and it's so annoying I'm having to restore network settings everytime. What should I do?
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    NoogleNoggler Well-Known Member

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    If you're on WiFi and it goes to no service then turn 3G off in network settings. EDGE has better connectivity therefore more bars. That's your service to a 3G network showing currently, change to EDGE it'll most likely be fixed.
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    You asre probably in a low service area. Turn on EDGE as the above post mentioned

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