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#2301
Could you give the output of
Code:
devel-su mcetool | grep 'Adaptive dimming threshold'
It should be 10000msecs

If not you can adjust it with
Code:
 devel-su mcetool --set-adaptive-dimming-time=10000
or whichever value you want.

If you haven't installed mce-tools already install them with
Code:
pkcon install mce-tools
 

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#2302
Originally Posted by UBUNTUSCOFIELD View Post
Hello comrades/sailors, i managed to properly install sailfish os however ive noticed that if i enable the adjust brightness automatically the battery drain is massive and it is tooo sensitive as in even when watching the television it responds and fluctuates between very bright and dim, anyone noticed this?
I have it on and it's fine for me, typically get 2 days battery on X.
 

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#2303
Thank you for your reply, also another thing, is there a patch that enables music control such as forward and back using the volume rocker buttons or earphone buttons it seems cumbersome to always wake the device just to forward/replay a song
 

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#2304
Originally Posted by mautz View Post
Could you give the output of
Code:
devel-su mcetool | grep 'Adaptive dimming threshold'
It should be 10000msecs

If not you can adjust it with
Code:
 devel-su mcetool --set-adaptive-dimming-time=10000
or whichever value you want.

If you haven't installed mce-tools already install them with
Code:
pkcon install mce-tools
Much obliged, Ill try this out unfortunately ive updated to 2.1.4.12 and cant install mcetools so ill have to wait
 

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#2305
You could downgrade the device.

Regarding the track skipping there was a post about a dirty hack on TJC, i personally have never tried it.

https://together.jolla.com/question/...volume-rocker/
 

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#2306
Originally Posted by mautz View Post
You could downgrade the device.

Regarding the track skipping there was a post about a dirty hack on TJC, i personally have never tried it.

https://together.jolla.com/question/...volume-rocker/
Be Blessed sir, thank you for this i managed to apply the patch
 

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#2307
In 2014 I wrote a GPS software for my Jolla.
Due to QT-Location library not yet officially supported by SailfishOS (because in QT 5.1 it was still marked as "not yet stable API") I wasn't able to have it in JollaStore.
Year after year, Jolla conservatively kept QT 5.1 to not to wreck software compatibility.
In the meantime I continued enjoying my GPStuff even on Xperia X.

Well, four years later and after extensive testing SailfishOS eventually upgraded to QT 5.6 libraries: as soon as they release the updated Sailfish SDK for Lapuanjoki 2.1.4, I guess I'll finally see my four years old GPS app approved.
(and probably some old apps will not work anymore until updated).

Lapuanjoki features quite a lot of fixes, most notably SailfishX wifi hotspot.

There are still a dozen issues on Xperia X (sensors, carrier search, bluetooth, etc), mostly related to small things (for example, some users noticed in some case alarm didn't go off: here it's been months I use it almost daily, different alarms, and only once it didn't go off - I thought I just overslept).
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#2308
Hi!
Is there an app that show RSS feeds on the event screen?
Like we had in N9?
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N900
Xperia Sailfish X
soon Neo900
 

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#2309
yay, MrMobile explains it all over again

Nice like/dislike ratio with ~7000/79 on youtube!

Also many commenters crying "we need a 3rd os" for various reasons. If only they realized things could become "better" if they get their arses up and spend ~250 for sfosx xperia...
 

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