01-13-2014 02:23 PM
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  1. Postoid's Avatar
    GolfDriver or anyone who can explain: when one looks at the battery screen and sees the mobile strength indicator in various colors (red, green, yellowish-orange) how exactly is that broken down? Does green mean a good signal within a certain range or just a good connection, etc?
    When you look at that 'bar' which shows your signal, you do want to see as much green as you can. I don't think you would really ever see a solid green bar all the way across. You most likely would see smaller pieces of green which should indicate a good 4G connection. Your battery will last longer keeping your Moto X connected when things are mostly green. When it gets into the yellowish orange, then it struggles a bit keeping the connection and you might see it go to 3G and battery life dip a bit.

    Still, Motorola's radios and circuitry in the X are about as good as it gets.
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    01-05-2014 11:51 AM
  2. shinydiscopants's Avatar
    I have a theory about why the Moto X seems to lose signal.

    I had Tmobile change the number to a new nano sim card. The Moto X still lost signal at my gym though. So I tried the new sim in my Gnex at the gym. It showed H for data. However, when I tried to load a website, it just kept loading and eventually said page not found.

    It may be that the Gnex is also losing signal, but just does now show that it does.

    This was only one test so I'd have to do a few more comparison tests to confirm.
    01-12-2014 11:47 PM
  3. NoYankees44's Avatar
    I am just impressed that the OP got the Gnex to get signal somewhere... It must be one of the unicorn and fairy dust models.
    01-13-2014 02:23 PM
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