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    Some problems with Note 3 on TMOB (no problems on ATT)

    Hi all, I purchased a TMOB Note 3 (SM-N900-T) about a year ago for use on ATT with the intent of switching to TMOB at a future date. It worked perfectly on ATT and I finally made the switch to TMOB last week.

    Since then I've had issues with:

    - Signal strength (based on the bar graphic) will drop to zero in a location that has excellent coverage (my wife's iPhone 4S which we also switched to TMOB shows full strength). Sometimes a reboot will solve it and it will show full signal. When I'm showing no signal, I have issues placing calls and send/receive SMS.

    - I am constantly having problems sending SMS. I get an error that says 'failed to send' (or something similar). This is temporarily fixed by putting the phone into airplane mode and taking it back out then resending the text.

    My wife has not had any issues with her iPhone 4S (other than the expected 2G only for data).

    I'm running the stock v4.3 Android ROM

    Does any of this sound like a known issue with a suggested resolution?

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    Huh, I really thought this would be something that people have run into.

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