Belgian owners might come up with the same problem.
My internet, phone and digital TV provider have an app called triiing. With WiFi you can call with the fixed line tarives using the app. In weekends and after 4pm that’s free the first 2000 mins.
I had the previous version of the app that worked fine. Until the update. I delete the app for a while thinking it was an app conflict.
This week I downloaded again. I log in on their system but don’t get a code SMS to validate.
Called the costumer support. Offcourse they didn’t hear about Fairphone. They said because the phone was bought on the internet in the Netherlands it gives problems in Belgium. No idea why. His solution was to root the phone. He said to look it up on the internet how to do it for my FP1. I checked the forum and there someone answered that FP1’s are rooted by default. Is this correct?
If so why do some cleaning apps still ask for root access?
Does any of the FP1 owners had the same or similar problem with an app that needs to sent a SMS?
To be clear my phone and wifi works fine. Other apps that sent me an automatically generated code trough SMS, I received them.
Or shall I call the costumer support again and challenge them? I still have enough free minutes left on my landline