Hi, @zx81. Florian was interested in finding out about issues such as this, and set up a thread here: https://forums.ubports.com/topic/457/the-bluetooth-thread
Maybe something someone has said there can help you.
@pavejon have you enabled the "less secure apps" option in your google settings? https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/6010255?hl=en or if you use two factor authentication you can get an app specific password instead and use that to authenticate.
@matridium At least your up and running so who cares how ; ) I've seen acouple of times where it seems to stop then you suddenly find all is OK second time around. Have a look at https://ubports.com/page/telegram-welcome for some usfull info to get you started and welcome to and enjoy UBports.
Uh, yet another app without maintainer... I would think normally the bug tracker should be sufficient and the right place... But if theres no maintainer, posting here is perhaps a good idea to gain some attention...(?)
@635834 said in Notes app on OnePlusOne mobile phone (OS ubuntu):
Surely when I get a reminder I should get a buzz and a permanent visual reminder (which I would have to delete)?
Hi, that's how reminders should work for sure. Unfortunately I don't know if it's an easy fix because AFAIK there's no Notes app maintainer currently.
I'll forward your suggestion to those I think (maybe) can help to solve the problem.
@guru Agreed. I did save the original hosts file so it would be easy to restore the file and set the filesystem to read-only before doing an OTA. But that too isn't a guarantee, I realise it's a bit of a gamble.
I'm pretty sure that the installer does not touch the partition layout.
Android is weird. I wouldn't be surprised if some devices/bootloaders have specific expectations about the partition layout
these are embedded devices. If the bootprocess is severly messed up, you can't exactly put the hard disk into that other device and fix the partitions
So, while I guess it is possible to make cache smaller, I am not gonna try on my device and I'd caution you to do so!
Now to the aspect of "I'm running out of space" due to tinkering with libertine, ... well you still have some 6GB to through around, not huge, but not nothing either. If you run out of space, rather than doing acrobatics with partition sizes you want to look into acrobatics with bind mounting ;)
You could try and if it works document it here
I'd also try first with a symlink, but if that gives any problems, I would assume a bind mount should work. but then you have the additional challenge of having to reestablish the mount after every reboot. maybe it can be automated with upstart.
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