Hello Fairphone team ! I'd like to share with you a few improvements that are still need to be despite the new 1.2.8 update.So here's the list : - While charging the device, the touch screen randomly stops working, wich is really awkward and annoying.- When your home screen is filled with apps and widget (no more space available), you can't go to the customization screen (where you can choose to add a home screen, or add a new widget, etc... see the picture below ). In other devices, you can go there by pinching your screen- The "mind free" screen or whatever it is called in english, in the lockscreen, is irrelevant, because the "personnal best" is most of the time... the longest time you actually slept at night
if you want to add a screen or widget, just tab and hold the small dots at the bottom that symbolizes your screens
Hey @313!This is a community forum, so you are talking to fairphone users here. Some team members come here too sometimes, but don't read everything.
This issue is already reported here:
In order to add widgets or move homescreens around, you just have to press long on an empty spot of one of your homescreens. Then it will look like this:
To create a new homescreen, just drag an app icon always to the right, until a new screen appears.
Hello Fairphone TeamIn the following, i will list the bugs that have occured to me:my configuration is the new Fairphone 2 with the Fairphon OS 1.2.8 update- Can't play music with Bluetooth interface- random Touchscreen inputs (not so much like before)- Display dosen't reactivate after phonecalls (very annoyingly, because batterie must be removed after call)- discharge of the batterie if the phone is off (8% over night)
These issues are often reported and discussed in depth. See the bugs list and the common issues list:https://forum.fairphone.com/t/list-of-known-bugs-check-before-you-post-your-issues/6363?u=johannes&source_topic_id=16374
Depends on what you mean by off - in standby this would be in the normal range depending on the apps that run even if the phone is in standby. If the phone is truly off it would be on the high side, as the battery should only be powering the internal clock.
To add to Paulkreuzer's warning about staff not reading everything on the forum (see 2 posts above yours), please note that the moderators are also not Fairphone staff.
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