Here it appears too! Thank you!
Edit: update went flawlessly.
Edit 2: sound recorder (german: “Soundrekorder”) still doesn’t work. Menu options still are listed as key codes, sound still is stored in root directory: -> nothing has changed!
The app doesn’t ask for permissions when starting recording as it didn’t before (I have no SD-Card installed). The recording is just stored in the internal root folder, not the provided folder “SoundRecorder”. The settings are not accessible but only listed as key codes. The app stops immediately after saving so you cannot hear your recording. The app is unusable. I just installed the suggested app from FDroid which works well. In my opinion it makes no sense to spend more time and effort into this useless app.
My update lost Amaze file manager, so I spent a while figuring out how to reactivate Google Play store, setting up a new login ( forgot my old one), getting amaze again, and trying to disableplay store. Bit peeved.
Now I need to play around & find out all the new ways to do things. It does look as if there are improvements.
EDIT: I am not saying we are supporting root ;), just that the archive is available.
As always, be careful if you have modified system (e.g. by using Xposed) - you can hit walls there and have to wipe userdata.
Hi there! Everything looks different now. Is it about the update to Android 6? I’m looking fir everything now. And also I miss my application for sms. I can not find it anymore. I don’t want to use hangouts and I can not find another one, so simple and supporting two sim cards as there was before the update? Did this really need to be deleted? Can’t see any approvement there. Can anybody recomand a new app to me please? I don’t need to send gifs or voice messages. I want to write normal SMS and I want to be able to chose, which sim I use for that…
Thanks a lot! Only the link for the sms app - I allready installed that one again, but it doesn’t ask me anymore, which sim I want to use :(( I have it in the main settings, there is “ask every time”. It’s just not asking… Do you have a tipp for that?
There is still a sms app on your phone after updating to Android 6.0, but it’s now called Android Messages (blue icon). The default app also supports Dual Sim.
Please refer to the the blog post for all the info and changes from 5.1 to 6.0.