When your cellphone is turned off, the system uses a device called an intercom to transmit a signal that can be used to make calls.
In an attempt to fix the problem, the operator of a cellphone company in California, Nutone, installed a system that sends a signal back to the operator.
“This is a new technology, so we don’t have much data to analyze.
We’ve only looked at the data that we’re getting from the device.
But this does seem to be working,” said Nutone spokeswoman Stephanie St. Martin.
After the device is turned back on, it works again, and the operator is able to call a new operator and make a call.
The company, which is a subsidiary of Nutone Telecom, said it hopes to install the system in about 40 of its phones in the coming weeks.
It said that because the system works on both indoor and outdoor phones, it can also be used on cellphones in cars.
At first, the company said it was testing the system on an older model of its phone, which was installed more than 20 years ago.
However, it’s not clear how long the old system has been in use.
Nutone said that when the system is turned on, the phone automatically connects to a local cellular network.
It does not know if the phone has been turned off or if the company installed the system to fix a problem that was not a problem.
Nutanet, which did not respond to ABC News’ request for comment, is one of several cellphone carriers in the United States that are working on a new generation of intercom systems, the latest of which is the one that Nutone is building.
The intercom is a device that transmits signals from one cell phone to another.
If a phone has the wrong device plugged in, for example, the signals from the wrong cell phone can not be transmitted to the other phone.
Because of this, some operators have switched to using a system called a “home intercom,” which uses a network of computers to turn on the intercom when it detects a call from a cellphone in an area where a call was made.