I suppose it is true that engaging with people can be seen as provocation, but the idea of not engaging seems counter productive.
- Fairphone provide a forum
- People comment on how good the phone is and their unhappy experiences.
- People want to comment not just on the phone but Fairphone’s support which includes OS updates.
- People take issue with each others comments
What’s not to engage with.
Calling such a response games and calling a response provocation is hypocritical in that it is much the same and ironic in that it provokes a response…
However there is another topic for that, previously mentioned, this was tilted Upset about Fairphone not Upset about the user comments.
Just to be clear I am not upset by being ‘provoked’ to respond, it’s just off topic.
So back to topic.
There is clearly a note of discontent about Fairphone’s handling of updates and although I have not been personally effect much, it would help to know when a fix is due.
But can Fairphone be expected to test every carrier via a SIM to see that they all produce the Caller ID?
This is a question that can be directed to them, not just complained about on the forum, repeatedly, for those who find this issue ‘unacceptable’