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#79605 by lbmofo
Sun Apr 17, 2011 12:04 pm
EA PA wrote:My OOMA speaks to me today....

I verified that I have the new firmware and tested my delay to connect to cell issues. After about 1/2 dozen tries without *98, my problem seems to have gone away. So far so good on a preliminary series of tests. Based on previous situations where issues pop back up combined with this being a slow traffic day (weekend), I'll try and hold back a bit, but so far so good... :cool:

Good to hear. Crossing fingers.
BTW, I see that huynhl made it to your signature? :shock:
#79608 by danlisman
Sun Apr 17, 2011 12:38 pm
EA PA wrote:My OOMA speaks to me today....

I verified that I have the new firmware and tested my delay to connect to cell issues. After about 1/2 dozen tries without *98, my problem seems to have gone away. So far so good on a preliminary series of tests. Based on previous situations where issues pop back up combined with this being a slow traffic day (weekend), I'll try and hold back a bit, but so far so good... :cool:


Thank you for keeping this thread updated. I have the new firmware, but am afraid to call my syster-in-law's cell without *98. She had the highest failure rate, but it is just too maddening to contend with another bad connection. I am not ready to chance it. Sometime when she visits here I will borrow her cell and test without bothering her. She says I can test the non-connection problem any time but her tone says it better work perfectly. She has no compassion for Ooma. :shock:
#79616 by EA PA
Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:26 pm
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Good to hear. Crossing fingers.
BTW, I see that huynhl made it to your signature? :shock:[/quote]

Ah good eye lbmofo - you caught that eh? I thought it was a nice touch eh? Ill update it every month as I move to break even.
#79617 by EA PA
Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:32 pm
danlisman wrote:
EA PA wrote:My OOMA speaks to me today....

I verified that I have the new firmware and tested my delay to connect to cell issues. After about 1/2 dozen tries without *98, my problem seems to have gone away. So far so good on a preliminary series of tests. Based on previous situations where issues pop back up combined with this being a slow traffic day (weekend), I'll try and hold back a bit, but so far so good... :cool:


Thank you for keeping this thread updated. I have the new firmware, but am afraid to call my syster-in-law's cell without *98. She had the highest failure rate, but it is just too maddening to contend with another bad connection. I am not ready to chance it. Sometime when she visits here I will borrow her cell and test without bothering her. She says I can test the non-connection problem any time but her tone says it better work perfectly. She has no compassion for Ooma. :shock:


LOL - why is it always the women? Anyway, I tried again a few times a few hours later and still good to go. Even using my phones phonebook finally - touch n go. :cool: BUT, that said, I have been fooled before ;) . I'll give it a week before I finally call it a win.

Speaking of women, you should have seen my brides expression while I am exploring OOMA's new voice on each of the buttons and responding "Ahhhh" "OOOO" - hysterical - rolling eyes and shaking head :P priceless
#80769 by EA PA
Thu May 05, 2011 10:46 am
Update: I have been free of the 10 second delay to connect to cell phones for a few weeks now. It seems to be coincident with the latest rollout of code. However, I do not know if the software resolved the issue, or if OOMA et al. finally resolved it in hardware. For now, I am *98 free, hopefully for good.
#80819 by danlisman
Fri May 06, 2011 12:51 pm
EA PA wrote:Update: I have been free of the 10 second delay to connect to cell phones for a few weeks now. It seems to be coincident with the latest rollout of code. However, I do not know if the software resolved the issue, or if OOMA et al. finally resolved it in hardware. For now, I am *98 free, hopefully for good.


After seeing your post I called my syster-in-law's cell without *98. (Her cell number had the highest failure rate for 10 seconds of silence before connecting). Everything sounded perfect. No delays or complaints. I think improvements actually occurred a couple of weeks before the last firmware update, but no one ever took any credit for changing anything.
Thanks Ooma, keep up the good work.
Dan
#80834 by EA PA
Fri May 06, 2011 3:40 pm
danlisman wrote:
EA PA wrote:Update: I have been free of the 10 second delay to connect to cell phones for a few weeks now. It seems to be coincident with the latest rollout of code. However, I do not know if the software resolved the issue, or if OOMA et al. finally resolved it in hardware. For now, I am *98 free, hopefully for good.


After seeing your post I called my syster-in-law's cell without *98. (Her cell number had the highest failure rate for 10 seconds of silence before connecting). Everything sounded perfect. No delays or complaints. I think improvements actually occurred a couple of weeks before the last firmware update, but no one ever took any credit for changing anything.
Thanks Ooma, keep up the good work.
Dan


Excellent! Glad to hear. I asked around the house if everyone stopped using *98. I found out that most are using it anyway. :shock:

Looks like it will take some coaxing to get them to STOP using *98. Its always something!

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