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    Default Lousy signal after update

    Hi everyone, new here

    I updated my Xperia Z1 yesterday to 14.2.A.0.290 as it notified as a new update. Since then, I get terrible signal in the office at work and in the room I stay in at night to the point where I have to go outside to make a phonecall, and especially if I want to get any form of decent data coverage.

    Has anyone come across anything like this before, know what I could do to resolve it or even have an idea as to why it's affected it? The pretty unhelpful agent on Sony Chat only told me to do a repair with PC Companion and failing that if I think there's a problem I'll have to send my phone off. I'm furious that the updates they release always seem to make the phone worse, first it was the battery life that took a massive hit a few updates back, and now my signal.

    I don't mess around with ROMs or kernels (don't really understand any of that) so everything is standard. I'm in the UK on the network EE.

    Thanks
    L
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    Default Re: Lousy signal after update

    Welcome to Android Central! You'll probably get better responses here: Sony Xperia Z1 - Android Forums at AndroidCentral.com
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    Default Re: Lousy signal after update

    Ah, thank you!

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