Hmm weird. Did you only flash arrowos with gapps and nothing else?
I had that problem with the last OTA update hit go back and where you have the list of connections don't conect to none on the bottom left you see continue offline , then ounce the phone boots ad your connection and google info account
yes just the gapps install version non rooted , and I came from the latest global stock rom , you can try setting network to global , and look at the provider its automatically choosingHmm weird. Did you only flash arrowos with gapps and nothing else?
I did investigate it a bit further and it looks like SIM card loses some kind of connection with the provider. If I go into the provider settings somewhere deep in the phone menu it takes minutes to load the caller ID setting. Then if its loaded it works for like a few minutes and then goes back to unknown. Maybe some app is being battery optimized that shouldn't?
Dude, please don't spam the forum. Thanks
Good question I never used it so I never therefore had a problem with wake problems or battery drain, this latest release I can say in my opinion is literally flawless
To anyone that needs here's the patched boot image for the 24th of July ArrowOS build.You can also put your device in fasboot. Connect to your PC and runThen it only boots into twrp for 1 time and does not flashes it.Code:
fastboot boot twrp.img
Install magisk . Reboot to system and your done!
OTA updates will also keep working not flashing twrp.
I've tried that now, (preferred network type set to global, choose network manually and access point names duplicated from another phone that works fine). can you maybe check the settings of system eselect and CDMA subscription?
Maybe i can offer some help. I am in the Netherlands too and use the Gapps build with root. All seems to be working fine for me but i am on Vodafone so not sure if thats the thingI've tried that now, (preferred network type set to global, choose network manually and access point names duplicated from another phone that works fine). can you maybe check the settings of system eselect and CDMA subscription?
I'm in the netherlands btw, could be an operator thing?
Good question, i hope someone gives us an answer, sometimes I return to miui for update firmware but this process it's so long, i'm sure with Twrp installed can be done or via ADB with stock recovery.
Could you check the settings under Network and Internet > Mobile Network and tell me which Preferred network type, system select, cdma subscription you are using?
fastboot flash boot_ab boot_alioth.img fastboot flash vendor_boot_ab vendor_boot_alioth.img
fastboot reboot recovery
adb sideload name.zip
adb sideload name.zip