Hhhm. I must have installed it prior to installing Android 13 (or 12, or 11, or wherever the cutoff is).
You didn't have to reinstall everything again after the format? Not sure if I understand the solution correctly.
My phone has just been heavily throttled due to playing Pokemon Go in the sun.I can't get into the window where the temperature is throttling the CPU. With the core 7 always jumps to 3.2 but only with some apps. When scrolling in, etc., he doesn't have to do anything either ;-) But if I go to the CPU-Z app to compare, for example, this happens.
Have you tried to change preferred network type in settings? This happened to me after the instal, the preferred netwotk type was set to: LTE, TD-SCDMA , CDMA,... I changed it to : WORLD and the 5G appeared immediately.
You mean 'Global' and not World?
Uploading the right firmware is key. Simply uploading a firmware will not remove your data from the phone. It's worth doing it with these instructionsHey guys,
First of all, thank you all so much for the work you're all putting in this community.
I'm encountering the SIM card reboot bug with my new (second hand) F3. After a while, the network disconnects, then the phone restarts, doesn't show any network setting and I need to reboot again for everything to work.
So from what I've read on this forum, the solution is to flash the right firmware before flashing LOS? I'm not new to flashing ROMs, but I don't really understand the concept of flashing a firmware beforehand.
So I need to check if my phone is a Global or EEA version using my IMEI, then flash the right firmware, then reflash LOS (no way of fixing this without losing my data, right?)
So can someone confirm that this famous bug is fixed by doing this, and that it's the correct way of doing it?