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LG VX 4400 forgetting it's recurring schedules

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Ray Dios, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    radionet@att.net says...
    > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    >

    There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    the phone and didn't update the software this time).

    If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.

    Louise
     



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  2. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  3. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  4. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  5. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  6. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  7. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  8. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  9. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  10. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  11. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  12. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  13. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  14. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  15. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  16. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  17. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  18. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  19. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     
  20. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Louise <none@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.1b553fe4a7f52d219896c9@news-server.nyc.rr.com>...
    > In article <3db2fa52.0407051914.2b58c958@posting.google.com>,
    > radionet@att.net says...
    > > A few months ago, I posted this question about the VX 4400.
    > > Finally got the computer going again, and was wondering if the problem
    > > has been fixed? Are they still on V10 software? Good phone except
    > > after one alarm on the scheduler, it forgets upcoming events
    > > programmed to alarm on the same day on a recurring schedule.
    > > The phone's alarm feature does not have this problem.
    > >

    > There is a V 11 - BUT - there have been a few posts that it really
    > reduces signal and I believe I had that experience (I had to swap out
    > the phone and didn't update the software this time).
    >
    > If you're ok with v 10, I'd leave it alone.
    >
    > Louise




    Its strange that you report this. I just got my VX4400B, and still in
    my 15 day window, so I've been watching a lot of things. Mostly just
    a little concered about battery life. Well I am now to the point
    where I guess what I am getting is fairly normal (for a color phone).
    My wifes VX6000 seems to get better life, but when I actually look at
    the numbers talk time is fairly close. Anyway, getting back to the
    point I wanted to make. I am on my 2nd phone, as I've worked with the
    store and they've swapped batteries, and now phones. The 1st one at
    V10, and now this one has V11. It may be just a mental thing, but it
    "seems" like I am now getting BETTER signal. Not by much, but a
    little. Again, maybe that is in hopes that my battery life will get
    better (with the stronger signal). Haven't messed with the scheduling
    thing yet though.
     

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