Might be, although Google clearly states that although ASI is local, “Private Compute Services provides a secure bridge to the cloud”. So, apparently ASI does need access to Google’s “cloud” (fluffy name for “servers”), and it does that through PCS (which, having “Private” in its name, is highly suspect!)…
Anyway, whatever it is, Google being Google it is clear they will eventually “monetize” this.
Also, going through the features, besides the automatic translation I don’t see a single feature my Samsung Note 2 didn’t already have (in some form) 15 years ago, except of course some features I’d rather pay not to have, like “suggestions” (I rarely if ever do not know what I was about to do, so I don’t need some dumb Clippy bothering me with its silly remarks).
“Android System Intelligence” is another perfect example of “AI” being mostly hollow, meaningless marketing buzzwords…
The Quickstep Launcher still causes problems. I’m having a hard time believing that these problems are hard to fix. The minimum display brightness is then turned down via update instead of correcting the error.
The launcher still has the problem that the header is displayed in the wrong color if you have previously scrolled down and started an app and then minimized or closed it. Then the header suddenly appears gray instead of black.
similar problem with light mode too. The header is also displayed in the wrong color here.
Darkmode colors are still wrong. white writing on a light blue background is just not legible.
in the bright mode, the contrast is as it should be.
I don’t think it’s rocket science to just match the colors. Please fix the problem! Please! This is your business card and the first impression you make.
Yes, the commands are fine. I extracted /dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/boot_a and /dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/boot_b just n case. In fastboot mode you can check which is the active slot first to minimize the effort and then boot the TWRP image via fastboot. No need to install the recovery.
I hope you didn’t actually flash TWRP, otherwise you’ll have to restore the stock recovery (and boot anyway of course) before you’ll be able to install the next OTA.
Keep that in mind if your next update fails.
The latest factory images are already available BTW, no need to mess with TWRP or otherwise dding partitions from a running system.
I mean it’s a great learning experience, but the boot.img is right there for the taking
No, you don’t need to flash it.
Just download the factory images, extract the archive and the boot.img you wanted is right there
Can’t help you with TWRP, I don’t use it, sorry.
Since you flashed it, you might want to hold on to the factory images you downloaded, because you will have to flash stock recovery before you can update to the next OTA.
So I could download the latest FP4 stock Android 12 image, extract it and flash just the recovery to get rid of the TWRP, or should I revert back to the full stock Android 12 image and then try to root it again without flashing TWRP?
Is there still anyone unfortunate with Android 11 on the phone? I’m talking to support about a behavior change, but I base it just on my gut feeling, so it would be nice to have some hard evidence
What bothers me is that when the phone is in my pocket (i.e. proximity sensor says CLOSE and ambient light sensor says low values) and a notification is received, then the display shows the notification on black background (that’s the same), but on A12 it also activates the touchscreen. My gut feeling is that on A11, this black-background notification screen did not react to touches and I actually had to press the power button to interact with the phone (with the exception of incoming calls and alarm, of course). The easiest way to test this is lock the phone, send an SMS to the locked phone from another phone, and try to touch the screen. Now, take a piece of something non-conductive (e.g. cardboard) and lay it over the top 2cm of the phone so that the proximity and lighting sensors are covered. Repeat the thing with SMS and trying to touch-interact.
I’d be really glad if anyone still on A11 could help me with recording a video (or just telling me my gut feeling is wrong and the touchscreen activated also on A11).
The problem I have with this behavior is that once or twice a day I pull the phone from my pocket with lots of numbers typed to the emergency calling screen. I can’t find any other explanation than this unwanted activation of the touchscreen.
The support told me to disable waking the screen for notifications, which could help, but I want to retain this visual part. I just want to get rid of the interaction part of it.
It seems when I tap on the Notification itself, the screen unlock pad shows up to enter the unlock Pin, however it seems nothing happens when I tap the screen somewhere else (unless I accidently swipe up slightly instead of just tapping)…
I put my physical SIM into my FP3 with Iode A12 and it seems to behave the same: tapping on the notification on the otherwise locked screen will open the unlock pin pad…only difference: on the FP3 the notification does not show up until I activate using the power button…
Is this still intended on the FP4 as there is no notification LED? Or do I miss a setting on the FP3?