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#2431
Originally Posted by Mara View Post
We should get an update in May. Check out the slide 14:
I've watched the talk.
Still.
 

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I've watched the talk.
Still.
I share your concern, I really want this update!!!
 

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Something happened to my device yesterday, thought I'd share in case it helped anyone else. While listening to a podcast (using gPodder), the device locked up; screen contents were not changing and the device was not responding. I tried to force reboot it by holding the power button for twenty seconds, but that did nothing. Holding it for a minute caused the screen to turn black, however the phone was apparently still "on"; it made SFOS sounds on receiving emails. Further attempts at holding the power button caused the device to vibrate briefly at ten seconds as though turning off or on, but nothing happened. The solution turned out to be holding power+volume up for six seconds, which is a hardware interrupt to force reboot the phone (simply holding power is apparently a software interrupt).
 

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Originally Posted by taixzo View Post
The solution turned out to be holding power+volume up for six seconds, which is a hardware interrupt to force reboot the phone (simply holding power is apparently a software interrupt).
Yep, can confirm, been there done that. Figured it out randomly on the go as desperation started to set in
 

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#2435
Originally Posted by lkravovicz View Post
Originally Posted by taixzo View Post
The solution turned out to be holding power+volume up for six seconds, which is a hardware interrupt to force reboot the phone (simply holding power is apparently a software interrupt).
Yep, can confirm, been there done that. Figured it out randomly on the go as desperation started to set in
Good to know in case something like that happens to me in the future
Up to now lockups have been few and sparse for me, usually when uptime is well over 10 days and I run into some really browser-heavy page. Every time I have been able to recover via standard really-long-press-of-power-button.
 

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Wow. You have lockups? Haven't seen one of those for years!
(JP-1 here, that must be making all the difference)
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Originally Posted by taixzo View Post
Something happened to my device yesterday, thought I'd share in case it helped anyone else. While listening to a podcast (using gPodder), the device locked up; screen contents were not changing and the device was not responding.
Let me guess, red led was on. Has happened to me twice.

They claim it has something to do with browser:

https://together.jolla.com/question/...owing-red-led/
 

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Originally Posted by pichlo View Post
Wow. You have lockups? Haven't seen one of those for years!
(JP-1 here, that must be making all the difference)
Yes, I grant it sjb1 is remarkably stable.

With XperiaX I have had maybe 3 or 4 lockups in total, in something like 7 months if I correctly estimete it; if it was more frequent I'd begin to believe there was something wrong
 

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Originally Posted by Peccelius View Post
Let me guess, red led was on. Has happened to me twice.

They claim it has something to do with browser:

https://together.jolla.com/question/...owing-red-led/
Yep, red led was on (though I didn't notice until I went indoors).
 
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Originally Posted by taixzo View Post
Yep, red led was on (though I didn't notice until I went indoors).
The notification LED on the X can be furiatingly dark during the day. Though I thought it was partly due to discolourations on my (second hand) devices speaker grill in front of the LED.

On the other hand, I mostly enjoy it being so dark. The JP-01 had to be flipped screen down to not disturb my dearest when it got fully charged at night. So, well, I guess it's for the better.
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