That might be true but it’s not really an argument against posting my specific case here either, is it. Anyway, whatever.
To get back on topic, brightness management seems utterly broken after the latest update (April 5), at least on my FP4. First of all, it takes 5-10 seconds to react to a brightness change – if it does (many times adaptative brightness simply doesn’t work at all, sometimes for a whole day), and when it does, it doesn’t chose a brightness and stay with it, it changes its mind after a while: Goes dark, then, after 5 seconds, goes even darker. Or bright, and then even brighter. Go figure.
Got the same issue. This is extremely irritating and since the screen is not that bright to begin with it renders the phone completely unusable in bright environments. Not getting fixed for months is embarassing really. This should be addressed and fixed by FP asap.
I really like the FP idea and I really like the FP4. But they really need to get their software development together. Bugs for months, extremely slow updates, where is android 13 … seriously …
I got angry again yesterday. I was at the 24-hour race at the Nürburgring and the weather was pleasantly good. It was very bright and after I transferred a few pictures from my DSLR to my FP4 and wanted to look at them, the display suddenly went dark again, even though it was set to 100% brightness. I couldn’t do anything but try it a little later. This is really a very troubling problem that needs to be fixed seriously.
So I can absolutely understand your anger . I feel the same way, if it’s any consolation to you.
I also don’t understand why there is not even an info given that the problem is being worked on. Exactly the same with the Bluetooth problem. How can it be that they don’t finally get it fixed?
Shame on you Fairphone.
That’s not how you convince people of fair cell phones. In the meantime, I just feel like throwing my Fairphone against the wall, because the countless bugs just drive me up the wall. I regret buying this device every day.