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List of Android 9 (Pie) Bugs

Talent
Message 11 of 17
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Message 11 of 17

Re: List of Android 9 (Pie) Bugs


@SenXEK wrote:

@omoeller wrote:

Sounds like - as I am sure Sony has sold more than a couple of thousand devices - that are running without issues. In the end only those are yelling which face problems, the rest stays quiet - common behaviour. And all I stated is that I am facing no problem with having more than 160 apps installed all running like a charm - lucky me :-)

 


Another lucky user here who did a hard reset before the OTA update and reinstall all my apps from Play Store instead of restoring from backup, good battery life and liquid smooth.

 

I do observe the auto brightness issue as mentioned by the OP, but it's not a big deal to me.

 

My only complaint or disappointment is that my XZ1C still not supporting VoLTE and VoWiFi in Malaysia (DiGi) while most of other cheaper phones (Huawei, Honor, Nokia and etc.) are already supporting these features long long time ago.


The brightness Manager nos responding pop up is surelly something that is bad implemented...

 

VOLte depends on your operator. At least here in brazil the operator needs to homologate the volte option in the phone first. Take your sim and put in another volte enabled phone and take a look.

Adviser
Message 12 of 17
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Message 12 of 17

Re: List of Android 9 (Pie) Bugs


@Profyler1 wrote:

@SenXEK wrote:

@omoeller wrote:

Sounds like - as I am sure Sony has sold more than a couple of thousand devices - that are running without issues. In the end only those are yelling which face problems, the rest stays quiet - common behaviour. And all I stated is that I am facing no problem with having more than 160 apps installed all running like a charm - lucky me :-)

 


Another lucky user here who did a hard reset before the OTA update and reinstall all my apps from Play Store instead of restoring from backup, good battery life and liquid smooth.

 

I do observe the auto brightness issue as mentioned by the OP, but it's not a big deal to me.

 

My only complaint or disappointment is that my XZ1C still not supporting VoLTE and VoWiFi in Malaysia (DiGi) while most of other cheaper phones (Huawei, Honor, Nokia and etc.) are already supporting these features long long time ago.


The brightness Manager nos responding pop up is surelly something that is bad implemented...

 

VOLte depends on your operator. At least here in brazil the operator needs to homologate the volte option in the phone first. Take your sim and put in another volte enabled phone and take a look.


My SIM card do support VoLTE and VoWiFi when used with other cheaper phone like Nokia and Honor

 

https://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/Xperia-XZ1-Compact/Remove-VoLTE-region-limitations/m-p/1315781#M2796

Talent
Message 13 of 17
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Message 13 of 17

Re: List of Android 9 (Pie) Bugs


@SenXEK wrote:

@Profyler1 wrote:

@SenXEK wrote:

@omoeller wrote:

Sounds like - as I am sure Sony has sold more than a couple of thousand devices - that are running without issues. In the end only those are yelling which face problems, the rest stays quiet - common behaviour. And all I stated is that I am facing no problem with having more than 160 apps installed all running like a charm - lucky me :-)

 


Another lucky user here who did a hard reset before the OTA update and reinstall all my apps from Play Store instead of restoring from backup, good battery life and liquid smooth.

 

I do observe the auto brightness issue as mentioned by the OP, but it's not a big deal to me.

 

My only complaint or disappointment is that my XZ1C still not supporting VoLTE and VoWiFi in Malaysia (DiGi) while most of other cheaper phones (Huawei, Honor, Nokia and etc.) are already supporting these features long long time ago.


The brightness Manager nos responding pop up is surelly something that is bad implemented...

 

VOLte depends on your operator. At least here in brazil the operator needs to homologate the volte option in the phone first. Take your sim and put in another volte enabled phone and take a look.


My SIM card do support VoLTE and VoWiFi when used with other cheaper phone like Nokia and Honor

 

https://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/Xperia-XZ1-Compact/Remove-VoLTE-region-limitations/m-p/1315781#M2796


Yes I know. Only wanted to say that sometimes its the operators problem and not sony. In Brazil, the operator are the one who needs to homologate VOLte on every phone first, even if phone is already volte capable

Adviser
Message 14 of 17
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Message 14 of 17

Re: List of Android 9 (Pie) Bugs

Ya I know that, but shouldn't Sony be proactively working with the local Telco to get VoLTE and VoWiFi activated instead of sandwiching the customers in between?  Isn't this a win-win for Sony?

Regular
Message 15 of 17
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Message 15 of 17

Re: List of Android 9 (Pie) Bugs

Surprisingly no issues for me so far.

Learner
Message 16 of 17
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Message 16 of 17

Re: List of Android 9 (Pie) Bugs

My Compact started overheating immediately after the Pie update. I eventually got so annoyed that I performed a hard reset (i.e. factory reset)... it's STILL overheating after the reinstall!

 

I am not using my phone at all... there are no active apps. I'm simply keeping the screen on (with adaptive brightness), and the temperature creeps up from 29 C to 40 C in a matter of minutes - it'd rise all the way to 45+ C if I didn't shut the screen off! Why is my phone idling at over 40 Celsius? THAT'S NOT NORMAL IN A FINNISH WINTER. Even the ever-present explanation of "Battery temperature is the same as room temperature" doesn't apply since my room is cold (like 20 Celsius). Battery still shows 29 C with screen off! And that's with the dedicated charger that came with the phone (I've never used a third-party charger for all this time... yet, it's overheating. Even while OFF the charger.).

 

The Pie update is absolute garbage to me with the overheating problem. I'm honestly expecting my battery to explode in my face, so unless this issue is fixed, I'll have to get rid of this phone and buy a Samsung. ...You can rest assured I will never buy a Sony phone again if the battery fails after 10 months of use.

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One time poster
Message 17 of 17
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Message 17 of 17

Re: List of Android 9 (Pie) Bugs

Desde que actualicé a android 9, en mi xperia xz1 compact no escucho las llamadas, solamente con auriculares, ya lo reinicié de fabrica y ni así se ha corregido mi error, si alguien puede ayudarme muchas gracias!

Since I updated to android 9, on my xperia xz1 compact I do not listen to the calls, only with headphones, I already restarted it from the factory and even so my error has not been corrected, if someone can help me thank you very much!

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