Sorry i can't help you with that. I removed 5G from my contract few days ago becouse here 5G coverage is a joke and then there is no use in paying extra 5Can you determine if this update/upgrade to Android 12 brought with it a change to the way 5G works? To check please go to settings > system > advanced > developer options (assuming you have it turned on) > scroll down to the networking section and tap "Prefer 5G NR Mode" > then tap on your provider (mine is T-Mobile) then select SA mode and see if you can connect to 5G. If yes then that's great. If you have to select NSA alone, or NSA + SA to get 5G to work then nothing has changed. Thanks for your help!
I find it as a good idea. Also not giving us all stock features that Android 12 brings like Material U.The Assistant Button is not customizable here either on my HK version. For those in the EU using EU region firmware, if you can't customize the button, you should write to the European Commission, telling them that Sony is enabling Google's monopoly. Hopefully it is enough for them to take some action and that action will trickle down to other region builds.
According to this tweet by the guy who runs www.cacombos.com, Android 12 added new 5G CA combos to the Asian model of the Xperia 1 III. Maybe the update for Android 12 will do the same for the U.S. model. One can only hope.These two are a daily hassle that I'd love to see fixed:
- SA 5G fix for USA model
- Workaround for Google's broken microSd access
The LTE + NR71 combo it uses for NSA 5G drops a lot and can take minutes to recover.
I'm using old versions of apps to not hit Google's Nov 2021 mandatory migration to SAF for microSd. Google's SAF is so broken that apps only lock up or crash using it. Some phone makers are providing an SAF bypass setting that gets them Google certified without permanently losing microSd use.
if it cannot have 4K res no matter what, it shouldn't be called "4K display" anymore.