seems the Gigaset hardware might be problematic after a couple years of age.
I have never had this kind of freezing screen problem until now. The causes (hardware and/or software, apps) in the case of a problematic Volla may vary depending on the Volla and and remain hard to identify. Or maybe there are good and bad series of Volla like some new cars which always have problems??
Hi, having the same problem on my device since OTA 23, I would like to share the following observation: My screen freezes like after every two-three ticks. I have to lock the scree and unlock it and then it will work again for some more ticks before freezing again. So I started uninstalling kind of nearly all the apps (I have the green light to send it to Volla). After uninstalling nearly everything, my Volla worked better. But it did not last for long, because I needed to reinstall some apps for daily use (I use it as my only phone). Now, I see two options: Total reset by Volla or wait for OTA 24. Any other ideas?
There's an interesting discussion on the Volla's github about deliberately disabled kernel crypto interface in Volla kernel.
I don't quite understand the reason why theese people advertize their commercial product as a (not literally) privacy and security enhanced and then turning off the crypto support in their custom built kernel.
Did I miss something?
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@kalden I never did this with Volla AOSP 10, only AOSP 9 a long time ago with the installer. I suggest you to contact Volla support before doing anything and maybe put some usefull info on the forum after your success.
@detrminant It has to be a proper power down and restart. Quite often the first 'power down' just restarts lomiri. If this happens try another shutdown which should work. Then long press power on to get the Volla splash screen to restart and wifi should be back..... same for BT (after starting the service).
For Ubuntu Touch, you can refer to the porting documentation.
For the linphone app, you can check the development documentation and maybe clickable.
If clickable is used you'll find the appropriate config files in the project repository then it's pretty straightforward.