I upgraded to v1.9 and my problem is the constant Advanced Privacy icon on the status bar along with the message that cannot be dismissed. It was not there with v1.8.
I have a Teracube 2e
with /e/OS version: 1.9-r-20230310268291-stable-emerald
Fairphone 2 / FP2 / not rooted
Update 1.9-20230312268580 / Android 11 / R
Default Camera App no longer working: After start goes black and to background
Open Camera works nicely
fyi only, no help needed
I searched before posting and did not find a category for issues with the latest upgrade so I post here.
Did not have this issue with 1.8 and the phone is a Murena One and have not many apps on it but the one Protonmail when composing or replying to an email the spell checker will change what I typed in the email e.g. Ken gets changed to Men and this occurs with multiple names.
I went into Settings/System/Language and input/Advanced/Spell checker and turned it OFF and this still occurs making it very annoying. Even rebooted the system but that had no change. Contacted Protonmail Support last evening and was advised the issue is with the Android System since they have no spell checker with their product.
In Android the keyboard still has its own settings, since it’s an App you could replace with a different one. Please additionally check Settings - System - Languages and input - On-screen keyboard - Android Keyboard (AOSP) - Text correction.
No, I just meant the keyboard App has its own settings because it’s an App you can replace with a different one. Android’s overall success is largely based on customisability, sometimes you pay a little price for this.
Thank you for your suggestion AnotherElk. It resolved my issue! Being new to Android, after twenty years with Apple, I am amazed as you stated the customisability this system has. Could you recommend a book for newcomers to Android?
I know there are books, but I don’t know whether they are any good. I don’t even know how those books go about covering this.
The more detail they would go into, the more they would risk not fitting what users have in their hands and see on the screen, because it can be totally different and still Android. And this is even without the next major Android version coming around and changing things.
Most of what I know I got from searching the internet for my questions and from reading in forums just as this one here.