(Three S9s with the silence on calls issue) Microphone not being blocked by a finger as I get ~6 second silent patches when I am on speaker, using headphones, on the car phone and speaking directly into the microphone. More likely compatibility issue between S9 software capabilities and the hardware/software capabilities of the Network Provider because Aldimobile is MUCH worse than Telstra. Telstra rent Aldimobile use their old network. Maybe different switching/protocols.
I am on my second day of NO silent spots on calls using new Telstra SIM (Instead of an Aldimobile SIM) with VOLTE turned OFF on my line by Telstra. It's only day 2 with no call drops and silences but it would SEEM that the network that Telstra rent to AldiMobile in Australia is incompatible with the Samsung Galaxy S9.
Morning all, are all you guys who are having the drop out issue on SIM free (unbranded) phone's? I tried my mates phones, who are also on the same network as me, however, they have carrier branded phones, and it didn't drop out at all. Maybe this is why there aren't millions of people complaining to Samsung about this issue. It seems like it's only affecting SIM free devices....
Oh no soullesstrance
I was hoping that SIM free was the reason and already you've squashed the theory😫
Mine is SIM free however, every phone that is bought on the Samsung upgrade scheme will be SIM free and not tied to a network so I wonder what percentage of S9/+ are bought through the upgrade scheme?
If it is under 10%? That is maybe why the percentage of likes of my video is still slightly under 10%?
(Don't be silly Lee you know it's the singing!)
Soulless what network are you on?
Maybe it's people with SIM free and also those on networks that don't have whatever it is they are talking about above?
Great stuff Adnaan
Look forward to hearing what you find out
In the meantime I've added a comment to my video asking people to let me know if they are SIM free and having the drop out problem