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    Default Signal Drop-A visual

    First let me start with I love my Galaxy Nexus. This is no way intended to bash the galaxy nexus. Every aspect of the phone is great and it is the best phone I have ever owned. I am just sharing my experience with the rest of teh Android Central Community.

    I have signal issues. My signal issue is a complete loss of signal... No4G, No 3G, no signal at all. It only drops for a few seconds and the signal returns. I have grown to live with it so far but installed No Signal Alert app just to track it. Below is a chart I put together using the data from the app. In August I have lost full signal 279 times. Since I installed the app in mid June I lost signal 1039 times. Do others with signal issues have the same experience?
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    Default Re: Signal Drop-A visual

    I'm not sure if you are rooted or not but I had this same situation. I flashed the new radios from 4.1.1 JRO03O Build and have had zero signal drops. I dare say it's finally fixed.

    [RADIOS][VZW] Galaxy Nexus Radios and Installation Guide
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    I had the exact same problems. And I can confirm that the new radios help. While things still aren't perfect I no longer have complete drops. For the record my signal still isn't as strong as it should and my speed tests prove this

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    Default Re: Signal Drop-A visual

    Danv you've got yourself a nice baseline there. Why not give the new radios a whirl, run no signal alert again and see if things improve?
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    How strong do you believe your signal should be?

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