@ubguy my bluetooth wont even stay on so idk , i just installed this on my n6p yesterday and as far as i can tell the only issues im having is the screen locking up time to tim,gps non functional and bluetooth. But my bluetooth when i flip the switch to turn it on it shuts right back off . Be cool to fix these little mishaps
Well the devices page is currently reflecting the port status:
Wireless external monitor: I do not have a dongle to check that, but its probably not working
Hardware video playback: Probably working in media-player-app but did not test enough formats
Hotspot: Not working for unknown reasons
NFC: Not tested, should work, but anyways there are no apps to use that until now
WiFi: Disconnects randomly, a powersaving bug in kernel that disconnects the PCIe connection
Fingerprint: is a gloabal problem in Halium 7.1, not ported back from 9.0
Bluetooth: Works in general, but sometimes at startup does not load firmware, a reboot is needed
ADB access: A general problem in Halium 7.1, but not needed for daily operation 🙂
@stanwood It's nice to go to the forum and read that my app is already recommended. Thank you so much 😀
I have now paused the development of this project (I am working on another project).
In the future, I plan to:
Add IPTV support.
Desktop-mode support (waiting MHL adapter)
And support for video subtitles
Hi, Nexus 6P has problems with wifi driver sometimes crashing in the background. Did you try to disable and enable in this indicator? You can see, I have a lot of netowrks in range, and I am connected with my home net 🙂
I did some digging, and turns out that without active mobile network card in the phone, AGPS will use a long time to get a fix.
This is because AGPS use cell tower fix to determine rough location, and then get help from internet to calculate a more accurate position. (Simple explanation, read more here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assisted_GPS)
I put my phone card in the Nexus 6P, and even inside it took under 1 min for the unit to have a fix and position.