I updated to Android 11 last week. I had the same problem with the smaller font size; was able to fix that.
But one issue that is persisting is with icons. I don’t know if anyone else has the same issue. Basically, if I go to any page on Chrome, not all the icons get rendered fully. Sometimes, if I stay in the page for 3-5 minutes, they get rendered properly.
I will just queue with one of the problems: for me, since updating to ANdroid 11 yesterday evening, I can’t connect to my Wifi.
I have AVM Fritzbox 7530, and since I got it a little over a year ago, I used the same SSID for 2,4 and 5GHz But Google in their infinite wisdom removing that option, so I had to split them. I did, but still can’t connect to any Wifi. Mobile data only worked after manually restarting my FP3, but Wifi refuses. Also I can’t provied any useful information, as the only error I get is “Can’t establish network connection”. I don’t have a big data plan as I usually don’t need it, but I wasn’t expecting a completly broken Wifi after an update (which in general worked pretty smoothly until now), I tried what I could find here, but nothing worked.
Can you connect a a PC or other device? You can restart the Fritzbox if not.
Every other device works, including a Windows 10 Notebook and Nintendo Switch
On the phone do you have each SSID set to connect automatically?
I had it set to automatically connect, but during testing disabled it, but neither automaticall nor manually connecting works
By the way why did you have to split them, did you only use one of them?
I had it set to use the same SSID for both 2,4Ghz and 5Ghz. That might be the default setting and since it worked, I never changed it.
On the Fritzbox:- Do you use the different 2.4/5 for different purposes. I had to have the 2.4 for an old tablet, now I have disabled the 2.4 altogether.
Not until now. I have older devices which I don’t expect them to support 5Ghz due to their age, namely a Nintendo 3Ds and WiiU. Again, it worked until now, so I didn’t bothered to changed it (and never touch a running system
To keep compatability, I kept the old SSID for the 2,4GHz and only renamed the 5GHz. Should I rename both completely?
The x in the mobile network triangles means that mobile data is turned off. When turned on, you should see no x in the triangle, and to the left, 3G or 4G according to network type. But in your illustration, Wi-Fi is turned on so you will have Internet access.
Yes, this emulates inserting a SIM into a new phone and is likely to work in most cases. The price to be paid is all those Wi-Fi passwords and Bluetooth pairings. But if you don’t have too many then it’s certainly simpler than messing with the APN settings
I haven’t been able to test a full voice call with Signal, but when I try dialing someone, the ringing at least comes out of the earpiece. I will report back if I can get anything else to come out of the earpiece.
There are notes in one forum about “hearing aid compatible mode” fixing this, but I think that mode only exists in specific vendor phone software.