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New raider losing hspa+ on standby

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Hey guys my new vivid/raider is losing connectivity to hspa+ when in standby.

It never used to do this. So now I'm worried that I won't receive texts or calls or anything data related.

The H+ icon seems to disappear when I put my android screen off. The bars are full but the icon goes away.

It's fine when I'm using it -- the icon comes back and stays that way but as soon as I turn off the screen it disappears.

Thoughts?

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Not heard of this issue... it could be realated to the physical area you are in though... if HSDPA is congested there you would be flopping back and forth, in and out of network priority. You are ATT customer?

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