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What would cause the phone to get poor signal?

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I have a LG G4 AT&T (6782AH810/6782A) and the phone gets little to no signal in the house, but when I go outside to try and get signal I still have problems getting any sort of reasonable signal.
I have a LG G4 AT&T (6782AH810/6782A) and the phone gets little to no signal in the house, but when I go outside to try and get signal I still have problems getting any sort of reasonable signal.
 
I have tried a spare phone I have (Lumia 635) that I keep as a spare phone (which I am using right now), and that gets signal both in the house and outside; I can even make a call without the signal breaking up. I can even make a call inside. I average 2 bars in the house and 3 outside with the Nokia, and has no problems with getting signal.
 
The LG doesn't get signal inside and struggles to get (and retain) a signal (which has not happened on the Nokia), so it's a phone problem.
 
I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious on the board, and I never seen anything that stuck out to me as a problem from a quick glance of the board. As a phone, it is useless because of this problem.
 
Is there anything I can do to fix it? This phone is currently on a payment plan and it can't be removed without paying the balance on the phone (though I suppose I can switch phones without this).

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LG G4

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Edit by: Nick ,

Title:

What would cause the phone to get poor signal?

Text:

I have a LG G4 AT&T (6782A) and the phone gets little to no signal in the house, but when I go outside to try and get signal I still have problems getting any sort of reasonable signal.

I have tried a spare phone I have (Lumia 635) that I keep as a spare phone (which I am using right now), and that gets signal both in the house and outside; I can even make a call without the signal breaking up. I can even make a call inside. I average 2 bars in the house and 3 outside with the Nokia, and has no problems with getting signal.

The LG doesn't get signal inside and struggles to get (and retain) a signal (which has not happened on the Nokia), so it's a phone problem.

I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious on the board, and I never seen anything that stuck out to me as a problem from a quick glance of the board. As a phone, it is useless because of this problem.

Is there anything I can do to fix it? This phone is currently on a payment plan and it can't be removed without paying the balance on the phone (though I suppose I can switch phones without this).

Device:

LG G4

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

423791

Edit by: mayer (vote details) ,

Title:

What would cause the phone to get poor signal?

Text:

I have a LG G4 AT&T (6782A) and the phone gets little to no signal in the house, but when I go outside to try and get signal I still have problems getting any sort of reasonable signal.

I have tried a spare phone I have (Lumia 635) that I keep as a spare phone (which I am using right now), and that gets signal both in the house and outside; I can even make a call without the signal breaking up. I can even make a call inside. I average 2 bars in the house and 3 outside with the Nokia, and has no problems with getting signal.

The LG doesn't get signal inside and struggles to get (and retain) a signal (which has not happened on the Nokia), so it's a phone problem.

I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious on the board, and I never seen anything that stuck out to me as a problem from a quick glance of the board. As a phone, it is useless because of this problem.

Is there anything I can do to fix it? This phone is currently on a payment plan and it can't be removed without paying the balance on the phone (though I suppose I can switch phones without this).

Device:

LG G4

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

414815

Edit by: Nick ,

Title:

What would cause the phone to get poor signal?

Text:

I have a LG G4 AT&T (6782A) and the phone gets little to no signal in the house, but when I go outside to try and get signal I still have problems getting any sort of reasonable signal.
 
I have tried a spare phone I have (Lumia 635) that I keep as a spare phone (which I am using right now), and that gets signal both in the house and outside; I can even make a call without the signal breaking up. I can even make a call inside. I average 2 bars in the house and 3 outside with the Nokia, and has no problems with getting signal.
 
The LG doesn't get signal inside and struggles to get (and retain) a signal (which has not happened on the Nokia), so it's a phone problem.
 
I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious on the board, and I never seen anything that stuck out to me as a problem from a quick glance of the board. As a phone, it is useless because of this problem.
 
Is there anything I can do to fix it? This phone is currently on a payment plan and it can't be removed without paying the balance on the phone (though I suppose I can switch phones without this).

Device:

LG G4

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

414815

Edit by: Nick ,

Title:

What would cause the phone to get poor signal?

Text:

I have a LG G4 AT&T (6782A) and the phone gets little to no signal in the house, but when I go outside to try and get signal I still have problems getting any sort of reasonable signal.
 
I have tried a spare phone I have (Lumia 635) that I keep as a spare phone (which I am using right now), and that gets signal both in the house and outside; I can even make a call without the signal breaking up. I can even make a call inside. I average 2 bars in the house and 3 outside with the NokiaNokia, and has no problems with getting signal.
The LG doesn't get signal inside and struggles to get (and retain) a signal (which has not happened on the Nokia), so it's a phone problem.
I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious on the board, and I never seen anything that stuck out to me as a problem from a quick glance of the board. As a phone, it is useless because of this problem
.
I have tried a spare phone I have (Lumia 635) that I keep as a spare phone (which I am using right now), and that gets signal both in the house and outside; I can even make a call without the signal breaking up. I can even make a call inside. I average 2 bars in the house and 3 outside with the NokiaNokia, and has no problems with getting signal.
The LG doesn't get signal inside and struggles to get (and retain) a signal (which has not happened on the Nokia), so it's a phone problem.
I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious on the board, and I never seen anything that stuck out to me as a problem from a quick glance of the board. As a phone, it is useless because of this problem
.
 
Seeing as my Nokia seems to work just fine both inside and outside when my LG never works inside and barely manages to get a signal outside, it's a problem with my phone. I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious, and I never seen anything that stuck out to me as a problem from a quick glance of the board. As a phone, it is useless because of this problem.

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Is there anything I can do to fix it? This phone is currently on a carrier payment plan and it can't be removed without paying the balance on the phone (though I suppose I can switch phones without this).
Seeing as my Nokia seems to work just fine both inside and outside when my LG never works inside and barely manages to get a signal outside, it's a problem with my phone. I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious, and I never seen anything that stuck out to me as a problem from a quick glance of the board. As a phone, it is useless because of this problem.

Is
Is there anything I can do to fix it? This phone is currently on a carrier payment plan and it can't be removed without paying the balance on the phone (though I suppose I can switch phones without this).

Device:

LG G4

Status:

open

Edit by: Nick ,

Title:

What would cause the phone to get poor signal?

Text:

I have a LG G4 AT&T (6782A) and the phone gets little to no signal in the house, but when I go outside to try and get signal I still have problems getting any sort of reasonable signal.
 
I have tried a spare phone I have (Lumia 635) that I keep as a spare phone (which I am using right now), and that gets signal both in the house and outside; I can even make a call without the signal breaking up. I can even make a call inside. I average 2 bars in the house and 3 outside with the Nokia.
 
Seeing as my Nokia seems to work just fine both inside and outside when my LG never works inside and barely manages to get a signal outside, it's a problem with my phone. I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious, and I never seen anything that suckstuck out to me as a problem. Admittedly I didn't go too deep intoproblem from a quick glance of the phone so I don't know the whole story but the parts I seen show that the phone appears to not have any obvious damage. I can't use the phone likeboard. As a phone, it is useless because of this and have had to move to my Nokia because my Nokia worksproblem.
Seeing as my Nokia seems to work just fine both inside and outside when my LG never works inside and barely manages to get a signal outside, it's a problem with my phone. I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious, and I never seen anything that suckstuck out to me as a problem. Admittedly I didn't go too deep intoproblem from a quick glance of the phone so I don't know the whole story but the parts I seen show that the phone appears to not have any obvious damage. I can't use the phone likeboard. As a phone, it is useless because of this and have had to move to my Nokia because my Nokia worksproblem.
 
Is there anything I can do to fix it? This phone is currently on a carrier payment plan and it can't be removed without paying the balance on the phone (though I suppose I can switch phones without this).

Device:

LG G4

Status:

open

Edit by: Nick ,

Title:

What would cause the phone to get poor signal?

Text:

I have a LG G4 AT&T (6782A) and the phone gets little to no signal in the house, but when I go outside to try and get signal I still have problems getting any sort of reasonable signal.
 
I have tried a spare phone I have (Lumia 635) that I keep as a spare phone (which I am using right now), and that gets signal both in the house and outside; I can even make a call without the signal breaking up. I can even make a call inside. I average 2 bars in the house and 3 outside with the Nokia.
 
Seeing as my Nokia seems to work just fine both inside and outside when my LG never works inside and barely manages to get a signal outside, it's a problem with my phone. I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious, and I never seen anything that suck out to me as a problem. Admittedly I didn't go too deep into the phone so I don't know the whole story but the parts I seen show that the phone appears to not have any obvious damage. I can't use the phone like this and have had to move to my Nokia because my Nokia works.
 
Is there anything I can do to fix it? MyThis phone is currently on a plancarrier payment plan and Iit can't remove itbe removed without paying the balance on the phone.phone (though I wouldn't be surprised ifsuppose I could change it, but the phone can't be removedcan switch phones without paying the balancethis).
Is there anything I can do to fix it? MyThis phone is currently on a plancarrier payment plan and Iit can't remove itbe removed without paying the balance on the phone.phone (though I wouldn't be surprised ifsuppose I could change it, but the phone can't be removedcan switch phones without paying the balancethis).

Device:

LG G4

Status:

open

Original post by: Nick ,

Title:

What would cause the phone to get poor signal?

Text:

I have a LG G4 AT&T (6782A) and the phone gets little to no signal in the house, but when I go outside to try and get signal I still have problems getting any sort of reasonable signal.

I have tried a spare phone I have (Lumia 635) that I keep as a spare phone (which I am using right now), and that gets signal both in the house and outside; I can even make a call without the signal breaking up. I can even make a call inside. I average 2 bars in the house and 3 outside with the Nokia.

Seeing as my Nokia seems to work just fine both inside and outside when my LG never works inside and barely manages to get a signal outside, it's a problem with my phone. I have taken the back off so I could look for anything obvious, and I never seen anything that suck out to me as a problem. Admittedly I didn't go too deep into the phone so I don't know the whole story but the parts I seen show that the phone appears to not have any obvious damage. I can't use the phone like this and have had to move to my Nokia because my Nokia works.

Is there anything I can do to fix it? My phone is currently on a  plan and I can't remove it without paying the balance on the phone. I wouldn't be surprised if I could change it, but the phone can't be removed without paying the balance.

Device:

LG G4

Status:

open