I managed to reset the phone and reapply the last working version. (Quite complex and inconsistently documented.) Then restored Google backup, and fiddled about getting my phone to behave and look the way it used to. (All in all, about 1/2 day.) The good news was that after logging back into my LibreView account, I was able to resume scanning the sensor I was wearing as if nothing had happened!
Hi all, we’ve prepared a beta build with minimal changes to try to see if it fixes this issue.
For anybody interested, please send me the IMEI1 of your FP3 via forum direct message so we can add you to this special build.
Please note that this build is not Google certified so any apps relying on certification (e.g. banking apps or Netflix) probably won’t work on that version. Also this won’t sign you up to the regular beta program, just for special builds for this issue.
Thanks for everyone who reached out and who confirmed that the experimental build solves the issue! We’ll be including this fix in the next update that is being worked on right now.
Since there was at least no immediate outcry that it would be nonsense, can you or anybody from the development team say, whether this here could be considered by Fairphone or why it would be impossible …
@MikeSixPointEight It’s just a change for NFC that aligns some code to how it was in the previous update. Otherwise it’s identical to the 0016.6 build.
While we’re looking into buying one of these Freestyle Libre 2 sensors to hopefully reproduce the issue, currently we don’t have a way to do so. So we’re hoping to know whether this change fixes the issue or not.
@kizorro You would be able to switch back to the normal stable builds with the next MR release which will presumably be released in October. Downgrades on Android are not supported.
you might not have yet the right to do this. just spend a few more minutes in the forum reading a few topics to get the next “level”
Edit to be more precise: To be able to send a direct message to the user, you will need to reach trust level 1 by entering/opening at least 5 topics, reading at least 30 posts and spending a total of 10 minutes reading posts