As I’ve just performed the update to Android 13 and while I read about
Is there no option with the app in question to reset, not use a fingerprint and use a code etc.
What app is this you are using?
I was risky enough to try it.
And so far so good, except for the fact that I’m using NextDNS as a private DNS resolver.
And for some apps (at least 2 found so far)
Whenever I’m over a 4G network, the app complains that there is no internet.
It works when I’m over wifi
and some apps work as well on a 4G connection (for instance app X works fine over 4G but app Y has the issue and states that no connection could be found)
So far, as a workaround, I turned off the dedicated DNS and went back to a default setup without NextDNS
However, there seems to be a regression somewhere (might as well be on the Android stack, as I stumbled upon
I have the same issue with Wireguard. On my home wifi, my phone has an IPv4 address and a link-local (useless) IPv6 address (fe80:) and on 4G, my phone has an IPv6 address and no IPv4 address.
If Wireguard connect to an IPv4 address, it works only on wifi. If I use an IPv6 address, Wireguard only works on 4G.
I worked nicely before moving to Android 10, but it’s certainly also linked to the IP versions available from my mobile provider.
Any idea on this one is more than welcomed
as I’d like to keep using an alternate DNS.
on the Android stack
You’re likely right. Did you check other fora? AOSP?
I have exactly the same issue, discord doesn’t work on the telecom network, fairphone site also doesn’t not work, some others app never found the network.
I have no solution for the moment to keep custom DNS, and thanks for the tips to remove it to keep the phone working. (I was more thinking about a SSL certificat issue than a DNS issue.
I will probably take it for an opportunity to test /e/ but Fairphone make myself in an unpleasant situation this week because of this issue.
I advise you to open a ticket
So I just received 6.A.020.0 update and as the release notes were mentioning network / DNS improvements I figured I would test if the issue is still there
And it is still there unfortunately.
Sorry for getting back this late.
No as I use my FP3+ as my daily driver I don’t have the opportunity to do that unfortunately.
NextDNS team advised to potentially check with other DNS providers so that at least I can rule this part out.
I think it might be easier than to flash the whole stack (still possible but not on my end).