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    • Did you make sure the rear mic is not obstructed? Is your Pro1 in a case?
    • Titanium does not work with the packaging method they use for the Disney Plus app.  Swift Backup and some other apps do work with the new format. You can also install it outside the play store by downloading the file and using a special installer. It is not an apk file, so you can't just open it with android or a file browser and install it the way we always have. I downloaded it from the Apk pure site and then used their apk pure app to install it.  I then removed the apk pure app, as it is full of ads and gave me a lot of hesitation having it on the phones I was installing it on.  I tried it a few months ago and failed.  I tried it a month ago and it worked. Either the Disney app changed or the apk pure app changed and allowed it to work. I have not encountered that.  After it installed, it was business as usual.  Log in with the Disney account info and everything worked. Installing it in an emulator or real device that can install it from the Play store and then backing it up with a modern backup tool that can handle split apks/app bundles can work.  It just won't work with titanium backup or other old apps that haven't been updated to handle the new packaging methods.
    • Shouldn't it be possible to download and backup the apk with some backup program (p.e. Titanium Backup)? I've installed plenty of apps that way which were not supposed to be compatible with my phone. Or are there in-app problems to be expected as well? PS: A pc emulator might work just as well for downloading. If we have access to the files, I could even imagine extracting the apk from there.
    • I was going to drop the subject, but here we go again....one thing that I find completely and utterly disgusting is that in all of the news discussion, and all of the chatter everywhere, I had heard exactly NOTHING about wellness or nutrition, and how it can help people be better prepared to fight pathogens, until @Stucadoor2 mentioned it. NOBODY has said to take vitamins, C or otherwise. NOBODY has said to eat fresh vegetables and quality meats, both of which help the immune system. NOBODY has said to lay off alcohol or sugar, even though those are immunosuppressive. Nobody has suggested exercise, other than as a way to fight boredom by walking the dog. I think I've heard a few whining about tobacco usage, but that's it! NO other mention of wellness at all. We are a bunch of processed-food-eating, booze-swilling, sugar-chugging, fat, malnourished slobs in Western countries, so it should come as no surprise that an unfamiliar pathogen catches a lot of us with slack immune systems poorly prepared to respond to it. Even now, it's not too late to do some things. Eat well NOW. Take vitamins NOW. Get off your duff and get some exercise NOW. While almost everyone is waiting for the drug pushers to save them, the solution for most people is at the supermarket.  Do what you can to get healthier NOW and you can still reduce your odds of becoming a statistic. It will amaze you how much better you'll feel, too, and you may never wish to go back to your previous self. /rant off LOL
    • Enjoying the phone very much just one last quirk that I hope gets addressed in the future:  I noticed that the rear camera audio is very weak, I can barely hear anything in recorded videos and video chats people can barely hear me.  Front camera audio is fine, however, as is visual quality for both cameras.  Wondering if this has anything to do with the high call volume? Is the mic gain switched for the mics or something? I tried searching forums but nothing specifically referring to this.    Cheers
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