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    Default Connectivity issues

    Since the time I have updated my Nexus 5 to KitKat, I have been facing a lot if connectivity issues. 3G connection that I use drop while I am using it, the WiFi router seems worthless (doesn't catch in the areas it used to catch before). I fail to understand what the issue must be.
    I am in using this phone in India.

    Please help.

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    Default Re: Connectivity issues

    Do you have 4G at all where you live? If not, then go to Settings>Wireless & Networks>More>Mobile Networks>Preferred network type, and select 3G. It's possible that if it's set to LTE (4G), it might be struggling to find a 4G signal preferentially over a 3G one.

    As for wifi issues, review this guide: http://forums.androidcentral.com/amb...-problems.html
  3. Thread Author  Thread Author    #3  

    Default Re: Connectivity issues

    Nop. I do not have 4G. Its only 3G network out here. There are times when the phone is working fine (incoming & outgoing calls) but the Data connection is lost.

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    Default Re: Connectivity issues

    So try changing your Preferred Network to 3G as I mentioned above. It might also be a network issue, so talk to your wireless provider.
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