OK so you will have to wait until your network provider tests the update, verifies it and either makes it available or pushes it to your phone…
Some times more than a month can go by if it is deemed a problem and by then Fairphone with have done the next monthly update etc.
So you will have to wait for the relevant provider, as in the list below, to check the update.
Thanks for the info.
Although this feels kind of strange. Imagine if this would also be true for PCs and you would have to wait for your Internet Service Provider to deliver the update for each operating system out there… GNU/Linux, macOS, Windows, etc.
With ISPs you connect direct to another number to get updates. Mobiles updates have two parts here, a) security updates which you can get from Android like a computer and b) Fairphone updates which you can only get from Fairphone.
I can take my windows 10 and run it on multiple makes of machines, but mobile software is not just about the phone peculiarities but the networks peculiarities on how it manages calls, how it sorts messages etc.
ISPs only pass on info they don’t interact with the working of the computer.
The phone updates contain both and come via the Specific network you use not the www/internet and each network will check what they send first. Big companies/networks are quicker at checking and resolving problems…
ISPs never have to check for problems when you ask for an update. You won’t be complaining to them if Windows freezes.
It’s late, I’m drinking ~ I hope this makes some sense ~ tomorrow
I can still reproduce the silent call issue by playing a 24-bit FLAC file, pausing it, killing the player and then making a call. After that the receiver and hands free speaker are silent on calls (no idea if microphone picks up, it still works in Service Tests). Reboot gets things back to normal.
No settings disappeared for me; 4G-LTE, WiFi calling and WiFi band settings are all present and correct. Neither of the calling settings are functional on O2 UK though.
I’m sure WPA2 + WPA3 is not a work around just an option to chose whatever the phone can handle and will result in WPA2 in this situation. I.E with the current setup WPA (CCC) would give the same security.
Maybe a different phone would use WPA3 with that option.