How is it possible that is a Pixel only problem when other apps like fermata control, cartube etc keeps showing and working? It has something to do with the update too.
I have the same exact behavior. It also sometimes randomly starts playing the first video on the screen,Hi, I just did a clean install of latest versions Fermata and King (Poco F3, MIUI 14.0.70), and am having a bug in the YouTube add-on when I'm using it to watch videos on the phone (not in the car):
After a few seconds on the home page, the whole screen turns white (or black, if in dark mode. At the top of the page is "Home - YouTube". Video controls are displayed. If a video is loaded, hitting play will play the audio, but no video.
- happens only on the YouTube home page, not Subscriptions or Library
- doesn't happen if a video is previewing inside of the web page.
- I've tried with a clean install, and also with logging a YouTube account: same behavior
- Easiest workaround is to his the floating back button, or Search, or go to Subscriptions or Library tabs.
- I've tried playing with every single setting (e.g. play on start, fullscreen, etc) but no joy
The same for me with Fermata v1.9.2 (root, on Xiaomi with MIUI 14 / Android 13)
Can yot try with:
I've tried it but there is no difference. Using Kinginstaller to install Fermata Auto gives no errors, but also doesn't appear on car's Android Auto screen.
In addition to the FERMATA AUTO, you have to install Fermata Control which is used to control the steering wheel of the carI apologize if this has been resolved in one of the previous 47 pages. I've searched but cannot seem to find a resolution.
My wife's 2024 Grand Highlander works great with AA on both of our phones. I installed Fermata and everything about it works perfectly - even the Apollotv streaming m3u. However, when I try to adjust the volume - either through the steering wheel, or the volume knob on the HU - Fermata pauses whatever I happen to be watching, and Pandora (or some other stock app) will start playing.
I can put focus back onto Fermata, but I cannot change the volume. If I increase/decrease the volume, it hijacks with the other apps and the volume change applies only to that app - not to Fermata. So not only do I lose control, I still can't make volume changes to Fermata.
If I force close (or uninstall/disable) the hijacking apps on the phone, I can manipulate the volume on Fermata w/o issue. But that seems quite extreme just to control the volume.
Has anyone found a less-invasive way to keep focus on Fermata?
Seems like that Package renaming works, but I don't think it's a good solution. Google has many ways to block any app.