@Sietse, what is your information based on that performing a factory reset with the SIM cards being removed should fix the issue?
As mentioned in post 21, performing a factory reset has not helped. Granted, @DanSmith mentioned that he had removed the SD card but didn’t mention the SIM there, so it might after all be a different situation.
Yet, please don’t get wrong, but before performing a factory reset and invest hours over hours again in backup-restore-and-reconfigure activities, I’d like to have more information available than a hint that might or might not work.
Also, I do have the build 20200905 installed already: will it suffice to do the factory reset or would this approach only have helped, if the update itself has been performed with the SIM cards being removed (which they weren’t in my case).
Also, in my humble opinion, Fairphone should offer a better solution than to ask their customers to reinstall everything from scratch.
What’s the official status on this issue?
It’s been over a month now since the release of the - for at least some customers - problematic Android 10 upgrade: could Fairphone please post a status and keep us in the loop? (Yes I’m in contact with support and no I haven’t received a possible timeline or hint on what’s going on.)
I don’t wanna start a flamewar here, but just to make clear how unbearable the current situation to those affected is: The weird thought of replacing my FP3 with a phone by another manufacturer has already crossed my mind several times now…!