Re: Audio on e815 breaking up
- From: "Richard Ness" <richard.no@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 1 Oct 2005 17:29:13 -0700
I still would be suspect of anyone that had anything to
do with one of those things. Nothing in life is free and
if one was 'included' - somebody somewhere paid
something for it. And got ripped off.
If they went anywhere other than the dumpster, there
is an ethical issue somewhere - or complete ignorance.
(I'm talking the dealer - not you)
"Brian Goodheim" <goodheim@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:HfydnTqIHY3nV6PeRVn-rw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> In response to your sarcasm, I got the stick-on booster along with several other freebie accessories when I purchased
> MPT software, HS850 bluetooth headset, and USB data cable from Dans_Cellular_Accessories on ebay. Everything I
> installed so far seems to works fine, but since I have over 45 years of ham radio experience, I left the stick-on
> 'antenna booster' and stick-on 'radiation protector' in the envelope.
> "Richard Ness" <richard.no@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:Ds-dna_pqZXKW6PeRVn-hQ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Please forgive the sarcasm in advance...
>> The cell booster would work as well stuck to your forehead.
>> Or anywhere but the phone.
>> I sure hope you didn't pay ANYTHING for it.
>> It's isn't worth anything - not even a single penny.
>> My concern would be any dealer that would even include
>> one of these 'snake oil' pieces of crap in a package. I would
>> question their level of expertise or their ethics VERY closely.
>> Who was this questionable dealer??
>> "Brian Goodheim" <goodheim@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:A4OdncGmHflWKqPeRVn-qQ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>I have been using a Motorola e815 on the Verizon network in Boulder, CO for about 3 months. The e815 was selected
>>>based on its reputation for superior fringe area reception, after research into many other phones. Recently, I notice
>>>that telephone conversations are breaking up badly, despite an indicartion of excellent (5 bar) signal strength. Does
>>>anyone have any ideas whether:
>>> The problem is with my phone?
>>> The problem is with the Verizon network?
>>> The problem is due to nearby computers or file servers?
>>> Can break-up be reduced by switching back to 1xRTT from EVDO?
>>> Should I install the adhesive cell-booster antenna (generation 2?) which came with my accessory package?
>>> Thanks for any ideas,