Originally Posted by beton87
My impressions are that 8.30 build felt a bit faster than others and first nightly is again back to "normal" - feels slower. I think I was using default performance settings, now switched to smartmax.
Was in a hurry today so couldn't get logs but bugs I noticed:
- Swiftkey can't find installed language pack after each reboot. So I have to download it again.
- I didn't have time to charge battery fully. Plugged in at 9% (LED flashing - low battery), unplugged at about 25 mins when screen off, LED on. Battery 77%, LED still on, battery circle animated. Plugged in and out at screen on to disable the glorious Skyline (TM) notification :P
- Camera recording. Settings: 720p Video, save to SD Card. While filming I can see that once in a few seconds there is visible "pulsating" of entire screen like it is focusing. It is also visible on video I took.
- Camera "glitch" - same settings as above once 8.30 (I think while recording) build and 2.9 nightly (before I started record) there was a noticable rectangle about 5mm high and 30 long (very approx) with single colour for a second or more.
I just got back home and will check if there are any logs from that time.
EDIT: ( I saw 12. hour at beginning of logat and thought there are from whole day)
it may be helpfull that i was charging after 17:00 hour and recording about 18 50.
If you give me any hints how to get usefull logs or anythng I'll try to help
I'll see if I can take a look at your logs.
I've had the device fail to register an unplug once in the last month. It seems to be very rare, although I think you're the second person to say that it usually happens when unplugging VOOC before VOOC ends (usually around 90%). (I've seen it happen at 96% though, the only time it's happened to me...). I won't have time to investigate this one before I leave.
SwiftKey language packs could be a storage issue - LVM or non-LVM?
Continuous autofocus sucking - last time I tried, it sucked on ColorOS too.
Other camera glitches - I haven't seen anything like that myself. I'll see if I can find evidence of it in the logs... But a large log with multiple issues often is nearly impossible to find an error in.
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