so my fault was to accept the upgrade offer of Aurora for the Google Services. I thought, this was an offer to upgrade Google Services as a a part of microG. So, what have I to do to go back to the original microG of /e/OS? I see the possibility within Aurora to uninstall. Is this the way?
I blacklisted the Google Services in Aurora. To uninstall I only would have been able the microG core, not good! The bank app (DKB) is still working, only mentioning the Services should be updated. We will see…
Yes, I also blacklisted it.
microG is the replacement of Google Play-Service on /e/ os. It an independent project.
microG uses a few tricks, as using the same package name.
But it shouldn’t be possible to update or uninstall it. Maybe you installed another version besides the integrated one.
You find microG under Setting → System → Advanced → microG
Under Cloud Messaging you find all app, which registered for push notification. DKB-Banking should be there.
I have DKB-Banking and TAN2go installed on my fp3+ with /e/ os v0.21 q (Android 10). No Problems and no warnings. The dkb-banking app notifies me if a payment needs approval.
I know fp4 has /e/ os R (Android 11). So microG version could be different.