Created attachment 743104 [details]  ERROR_3 screenshot Steps to Reproduce 1 - Enable "flight" mode (so you dettach from NW) 2 - Open dialer and dial any mobile number 3 - You'll be prompted a message stating that you must be attached to a NW to be able to dial a number --> so far so good 4 - Disable "flight" mode --> you will attach your operator's NW 5 - Open dialer and dial that same mobile number EXPECTED RESULT You should be able to dial and call to that number ACTUAL RESULT At this point, several errors appear: - ERROR_1: You are prompted the same message as in step3 (and you shouldn't since the handset is attached to the NW - ERROR_2: If you click in the "Accept" button, nothing happens (and the message should disappear when clicking that button) - ERROR_3: If you press Home button, to return to main screen, a green bar remains at top of the screen (as though you had an ongoing call in place)  - ERROR_4: If you press the green bar, you will just see an empty screen  - ERROR_5: If you try to kill the Dialer app (by long pressing the home button), you can't (there is no "X" button to kill it)  - ERROR_6: You are not able to receive or make calls ==> As a result, you must restart the handset
More information: When starting the handset with no SIM card, if you try to dial any number (including Emergency numbers), you can also reproduce this issue. --> This behaviour makes the bug even more serious since it involves Emergency numbers
Hi Juan, I'm not able to reproduce this. Which AU are you using to test? Have you tried using latest AU and retesting?
(In reply to Carol Yang from comment #4) > Hi Juan, I'm not able to reproduce this. Which AU are you using to test? > Have you tried using latest AU and retesting? Sorry, I see I forgot to add details about the version used Tested on Ikura build ID:20130426165700 build information: gaia commit: e25b349 Merge pull request #9273 from gasolin/issue-863126 gecko commit: 6dfd179 Bug 849757 - Part 4: xpcshell tests. r=vicamo, a=tef+ AU:V1.01.00.01.019.085 BR
Can somebody reproduce this with a mozilla-ril build? (would help narrow down the issue.)
Is this (partly?) a dupe of bug 865469?
I am able to reproduce the issue with no sim card. But with the sim card enabling/disabling the APM seems to work okay for me. So this issue seems like a duplicate of bug 865469 to me.
(In reply to Anshul from comment #8) > I am able to reproduce the issue with no sim card. But with the sim card > enabling/disabling the APM seems to work okay for me. So this issue seems > like a duplicate of bug 865469 to me. Thanks!