Well, your problem sounds the same like I had with my M10 FHD.
I got a workaround from Marius Gripsgard.
I wrote here, how I did it:
Some people saying, that my hardware is damaged, but how come, that so many peoples hardware is damaged the same?
Just leave a comment below my howto, if this was successful for you. So I can see, how many people encounter the same problem. Thanks.. :-)
On my device, I have the problem, that the WiFi password will not be stored. I have to reenter it every time I reboot and connecting to the same router. I am not sure, if this comes together with that issue. What is your experience?
Wow cool page! Didnt know that thingie exists, nice idea!
For qour question, no idea what would be necessary. But probably we will have a hard time for adding new features to the current browser. Eventually it will get replaced, but this oxide browser is not continued by Canonical and we got no resources to deal with it - at the moment.
Yes, I've been reading some code, need some time. I hope I could help.
date/time is at default value (year 1970) on every boot.(if offline).
battery meter shows half of actual charge, (50% = 100%, 40% = 80%, etc).
strange display issue: only wake up if power button is pressed 3 times.
can't play any videos using media player.
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I am very grateful, that there is this quite good responding community. So if someone posts sth. helpful, I would like to give credits to him. How can I do this?
Yes. Thanks. So I have done for your post :-)
Please NOTE that not all applications can work with the sd-card. I.e. the camera app has a feature for that, but I got frequent crashes with selecting external storage for pictures. This is maybe fixed in the current versions however.
Now that you're able to get an error msg I strongly suggest to look on google : https://encrypted.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Failed to pair%3A org.bluez.Error.AuthenticationFailed
You're problem might be linked to a driver bug, but i doubt is linked to ubuntu touch itself, even ubuntu.
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