Confirmed on my Pro 5 with rc-proposed. I can never count on having a
data connection on my Pro 5 (rc-proposed) when I need it. Even if I do
get a mobile data connection, I can never count on it to last for long.
I find myself constantly toggling airplane mode off and on, sometimes it
helps, sometimes not. If anything, the connection problems are getting
There are numerous bug reports about similar connection issues and most
likely many of them are related. Maybe it is time to synchronize all
these and try to figure out what is really going on. By spreading the
connection issues over several different bug reports doesn't seem to put
enough focus on the fact that using an Ubuntu Phone for connectivity
(mobile in particular, but also wifi) has become a horrible experience
(I am not kidding!). This kind of defeats the purpose of the whole
project in my view.
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Mobile Data Network not working after screen is off for more then 2
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With OTA-11 the Mobile Network 3G and H do not come back into working
mode after MX4 comes back from turning off the screen.
I reboot the MX4 and when it powers up all is working I get WiFi and Mobile
Network 3G working great.
I press the button to turn off the screen and leave it off for 2 or more
minutes, when I turn it back on and unlock the device the Data network is not
I can make calls and SMS but MMS and Data has no connection, at this
point i can toggle the Data switch in the mobile configuration or put
the phone into airplane mode and back into active and it works until
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