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8 hours ago, EskeRahn said:

There might be something rotten in the new version, it eats battery at an alarming rate while idle.

Although I have problems with charging (as having a faulty USB connector) and today it was only charged to around 80%, I haven't noticed any additional battery drain so far.

However, I use it daily using two SIM cards, so it may happen I would not notice a relatively small aditional battery drain... (I mean small compared to aditional power consumption of two online SIMs).

So that does not mean it would be unnecessary to investigate its background, simply it may don't have huge impact on a daily driver I think...

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On 3/16/2022 at 11:41 AM, EskeRahn said:

There might be something rotten in the new version, it eats battery at an alarming rate while idle.

What ever it was, it fixed it self about 3d after install.... See this collage of roughly 2x5 days stitched together. (So must have been an app-issue, or net glitch after all)

Screenshot_20220320-081710_3C_All-in-One_Toolbox.png

Note the slope of the two added green lines. 10 percent point a day idle consummation is not bad. :)

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By the way, regarding my several charging problems, new observations substantiate a suspicion that those cases in which my phone simply drops to 'discharging' and stays there are now caused by the USB socket slowly becoming unreliable, even though I've been using magnetic adapters all the time...

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6 minutes ago, Rob. S. said:

By the way, regarding my several charging problems, new observations substantiate a suspicion that those cases in which my phone simply drops to 'discharging' and stays there are now caused by the USB socket slowly becoming unreliable, even though I've been using magnetic adapters all the time...

Using magnetic adapters my self, you might try to take a magnifying glass and see if some ferromagnetic dirt might have crept in, in either side. Normal dust from the garden soil can contain enough iron to cause issues, and can be quite hard to brush or blow away.

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2 hours ago, Rob. S. said:

By the way, regarding my several charging problems, new observations substantiate a suspicion that those cases in which my phone simply drops to 'discharging' and stays there are now caused by the USB socket slowly becoming unreliable, even though I've been using magnetic adapters all the time...

This kind of charging problem exists for me since several months but I have noticed its cause is my worn USB connector.

I did not use magnetic connector but I have found last year that only one direction works reliable for me... closer to the end of last year, I had problems with both directions...

I have started to use a magnetic end but it did not look to be reliable from start because of my worn connector, so I have started to twist in one or other direction to have a mostly reliable charging... now I have reached a state where I starting to switch magnetic and normal cable as none of them are reliable but twisting is necessary to get even to do something.

Now I am even happy if it starts charging using "quick charge" which I don't like as it may potentially degrades my battery but it may reach a state where it charges (it may not even called quick charge speed but sometimes does)...

Also, sometimes it starts cycling between charging, fast charge, not charging... and it can drop charging after a while or simply has LED indication but no charging...
(It is very frustrating looking at my phone at morning and it only has 20% left despite of "charging" as it has stopped minutes after connecting...)

That is a hardware failure for me...

I have tried to search for the actual USB connector of Pro1 (based on photos of the board) but I haven't found this kind of connector yet - if I can see the connector well in the photo, it does not seem to be a very common one and I don't even know if it also has connectors underneath...

I have a potentially similar connector anyway but in the photo, Pro1's connector looks to have a different connection arrangement which I have found unusual...
So if I could find the right connector, I may have tried to replace it on my board but not even F(x)tec told me what is its part number or better, where I may obtain it...

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@EskeRahn I tried pressurized air, but to no avail... Both the USB socket and the magnet adapter seem clean...

@VaZso Sounds very similar to how my issue developed over the last few months. Mine is still in the state that charging is mostly reliable (although sometimes varying in current...) once it has started, as long as I don't touch the phone... 

I wonder whether the Pro1X might still have the same connector board, which would increase the dim chance to ever get such a thing from Fxtec as a spare part... My soldering skills wouldn't be up to the task of replacing the connector on the board myself even if the exact part could be sourced.

My best hope for now seems to be that at least one of the the two ordered Pro1X phones arrives before my Pro1 dies from USB socket failure. And with the spare parts situation being what it has been, I'll probably keep the second one as a backup for fear something might happen to the first one, instead of selling it as a relief to my bank account...

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8 minutes ago, Rob. S. said:

I wonder whether the Pro1X might still have the same connector board, which would increase the dim chance to ever get such a thing from Fxtec as a spare part... My soldering skills wouldn't be up to the task of replacing the connector on the board myself even if the exact part could be sourced.

That board will be definitively somewhat different as they wrote in one of their update that they had to modify it because of some radio/reception problems...

However, I don't know how it affects Pro1.
Generally, I would think the new board may have the very same fixing and conection, but it would be good to know what was the problem with original board and how it may work (better or worse) if it was installed in Pro1.

For example, it may have a charging controller which has some noise what causes problems at some bands of the SDM662-related board... but we know nothing about it.

However, they told me they are waiting for such additional boards together with Pro1X manufacturing, so they will have replacement (service) boards then...

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(lineage-18.1-20220321-nightly-pro1-signed.zip on March 5 security patch installed smoothly using OTA )

...But the reintroduced (early August 2021) Accessibility / keyboard bug is not (yet?) fixed.

The stage after download and install called "Finalising package installation" is surprising slow though)

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(lineage-18.1-20220328-nightly-pro1-signed.zip on March 5 security patch installed smoothly using OTA )

...But the reintroduced (early August 2021) Accessibility / keyboard bug is not (yet?) fixed.

The stage after download and install called "Finalising package installation" is surprising slow though)

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On 3/28/2022 at 11:24 PM, EskeRahn said:

The stage after download and install called "Finalising package installation" is surprising slow though)

Anyway, the first few times you mentioned this slow process I have not really noticed what you are speaking about.
...but the last few times it became really slow also for me which is the speed you are mentioning I think.

As it works in the background, I don't really care but I think it is not really a bug but something related to the OS usage, user data, installed apps or anything related I think.

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9 hours ago, VaZso said:

Anyway, the first few times you mentioned this slow process I have not really noticed what you are speaking about.
...but the last few times it became really slow also for me which is the speed you are mentioning I think.

As it works in the background, I don't really care but I think it is not really a bug but something related to the OS usage, user data, installed apps or anything related I think.

Yes, but oddly it is much slower than when doing it as flashing, even if you make sure the screen stays on.

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(lineage-18.1-20220404-nightly-pro1-signed.zip on March 5 security patch installed smoothly using OTA )

...But the reintroduced (early August 2021) Accessibility / keyboard bug is not (yet?) fixed.

The stage after download and install called "Finalising package installation" is surprising slow though)

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(lineage-18.1-20220411-nightly-pro1-signed.zip on March 5 security patch installed smoothly using OTA )

...But the reintroduced (early August 2021) Accessibility / keyboard bug is not (yet?) fixed.

The stage after download and install called "Finalising package installation" is surprising slow though)

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(lineage-18.1-20220418-nightly-pro1-signed.zip on April 5 security patch installed smoothly using OTA )

...But the reintroduced (early August 2021) Accessibility / keyboard bug is not (yet?) fixed.

The stage after download and install called "Finalising package installation" is surprising slow though)

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(lineage-18.1-20220425-nightly-pro1-signed.zip on April 5 security patch installed smoothly using OTA )

...But the reintroduced (early August 2021) Accessibility / keyboard bug is not (yet?) fixed.

The stage after download and install called "Finalising package installation" is surprising slow though)

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