Maybe it’s a different issue, but maybe it’s just a slight variation of the same issue.
If you want I’ll move your post (and my replies) back, but I guess chances are high that both issues have the same root cause and therefore the same solution.
Hi, thanks for this suggestion, works perfectly now!
Just strange because I never checked this “no notifications at all”.
Must have been a bug in the new update… @ you Fairphone guys, please check if with the new update the phone app was automatically not allowed to show notifications anymore. If so, please fix that, thanks!
I was also seeing this same problem (no accept / reject popup on an incoming call, only a small “return to call” button in the lock screen, which would switch to the accept/reject popup and allow accepting the call). For me, the phone notification settings (Settings -> Apps -> Phone -> Notifications) was indeed set to “block”, so switching back to “normal” is probably going to fix this problem (haven’t received any calls so far to test, though).
For me, this behaviour started on a random moment, not correlated to any software update, a few months ago (I can’t remember exactly when, though I think it was later than june). I was running an older FP open beta versions (still the one from the Marshmallow release party at the FP office I think) and thought that was it, but upgrading to the most recent FP open this week did not solve it. Yay for this topic, which (presumably) did solve it
I have a FP2, Android 6.01, SecurityPatch 01.02.2018, Kernel Date 11.04.2018
For about a week the screen of my phone is black when an incoming call happens. So I cannot accept the call.
I triggered via “Maintenance” the proximity sensor (several times) - but with no success. I installed a special application to give me the output of that sensor and I get two values: 0cm (when covering the sensor) and 5cm (when not covering the sensor).
I’ve moved your post here, as it sounds like you have the same issue. The most common way to get things working again is making sure the phone app still has permission to show notifications, as sometimes it seems to lose that.
You should be able to find the relevant settings under ‘Settings > Apps > Phone’.