Isn’t possible I now know to go back to the previous version.
The phone need to be charged a minimum of 50% and mine won’t charge further then 40% since the update I did yesterday.
So what now?
Buy a different phone? I had almost none problems with my FP1. After I and my wife both have a FP2 the problems start.
I think after this update I quit the FP2. It is not a reliable phone I know now. To bad because I like the idea
I updated to the latest version of the Open OS yesterday (19.02.1).
Since then, my FP2 runs really hot at the back and the battery only lasts
about an hour so. What´s more, text messages are not sent out.
I have a big exhibition this weekend and need the phone to work realiably,
like before. Please help.
System updates are in my experience always a challenge. Be it Windows, Mac, or Android. Always need time, patience and tweaking. The truth is that software engineering by far doesn’t follow the same strict engineering quality standards that used to be applied to electrical and mechanical devices, for evident reasons of trying to remain edgy and ahead of the pack at any cost. Battery management is a typical example in modern devices, it’s ludicrous how badly it’s designed under an engineering viewpoint.
So never expect the transition to be smooth. If you do so, maybe you should ignore system upgrades, with all it means in terms of losing compatibility with future apps. Yes, smartphone ecosystems are a b*tch, welcome to the real world!
Personally I’m still waiting for the moment when I’ll have time available to do the upgrade, and I immensely thanks Fairphone for allowing my device to remain functional much beyond what any other brand would allow me to. And I also thanks all the tweakers that will make my own upgrading process much easier when I finally do it.
For the unlucky upgraders, a simple advice: think about resetting the data of your apps one by one, or start from a clean installation of the new system. You probably have a deep incompatibility between an app that still thinks you are in Marshmallow when the system is Nougat, and it wasn’t configured correctly for Nougat.
Quite old the 1.13 version, I installed the 188.8.131.52 yesterday.
For who have issue with this new release my hint is to reinstall the specific application of your device. Starting from TWRP, then Google apps, XPosed,… And so on.
To be clear I didn’t think that are related to the FP Open software.
Can’t stress this enough. If you’re relying on openGApps for google services / play store etc, you will need to reinstall openGApps after every update, or risk having an unstable, over-active (heat, battery drain), or non-bootable system. The advice in the guide, unless the update procedure is very different with this update, still stands:
The update may (in this case will) also downgrade TWRP. Check whether TWRP is still up to date before starting the update (or make sure to install it after the update completes. Remember to reboot from TWRP straight back into TWRP, or the TWRP update will not complete).
I have followed the battery guide and even had to reset my battery to get any power to my phone.
Now I cannot boot into teamwin as it freezes on the recovery screen.
Root privileges are enabled but cannot grant super user access to all the apps that had it before
Battery has gone from 96 to 84% in 10 minutes
Phone is so slow to use it is almost unusable.
I would not expect this from an OS upgrade - it has rendered my phone near unusable
since the Update (I did it today) my rear camera isn’t working anymore. Neither the main camera app nor WhatsApp recognise it. In the settings it is mentioned as “unknown”. I’m pretty shure that this is caused by the Update, because during the last days (i was on vacation) it worked fine and it didn’t fall down since then.
Unfortunately, upon starting up with TWRP, I then cannot select/find the previously downloaded .img for TWRP 3.2.1 - although I do see in the same directories the recent downloads for the the opengapps (and yes, I have selected “image” at the bottom).
Same problem. Updated yesterday, and till now i have problems to charge the phone. Now i decided to turn it off and see what happens. During the night it went out of battery and it was permamently overheated…