Some incoming calls and notifications are ignored (mainly when Wi-Fi is Off). Just info for newcomers.
You can add your comment but I think they don't care about it. @UniSuperBox moved it from QA to Done regardless the problem.
@wvi OK just for sure, when your device is booting, do you see the message "Your device has been unlocked"?
You can try booting Ubuntu 20.04 live from flash drive and using snap ubports-installer to exclude some kind of your system environment problem.
Voice-speaker is using bottom speaker and voice-speaker-mic is using top mic. Is it correct? I would expect top speaker and bottom mic.
@fredldotme I didn't notice it when listening to mp3 music but when listening to flac music, the sound is popping. I'm using bigger latency again to avoid this and I think we should use deep buffer flag as the default setting for suzu if you agree.
@Giampy What kind of problems with the sim card data connection? What kind of notifications?
This Halium abstraction uses a 4.4 kernel provided by Sony and CodeAurora,
thus has the benefit of taking advantage of upstream kernel patches
and follows Ubuntu's Xenial kernel series for AppArmor updates.
This opens the door for potentially decade-long support of kernel patches.
The Halium suzu device platform is determined to support Snap packages
and is well positioned to do so long term.
Not sure if it's the right place to ask but can someone please rework OSM Scout Server icon to be a regular square? I think it's pretty ugly now.
a) I open the Clock App when I want: alarm
b) I normally open the Clock App from: indicator-datetime
c) I think Clock App misses: alarm volume fade in
d) Clock (the time): 1
e) World Clock (more than 1 city clock): 1
f) Alarm (wake me up): 4
g) Chronometer (timer with laps): 2
h) Timer (count down): 2
i) I have been using Ubuntu touch as my main device since: April 2020
It would be nice if you enter the word "alarm" in the search bar of the app drawer and then you are redirected to the alarm page instead to open the clock app.
Not the same but it's possible to launch alarm directly from indicator-datetime.