I just upgraded (or updated) my Samsung Galaxy S9 to /e/OS 0.21-20220201158537.
After the reboot, I could not unlock my phone with my fingerprints since all safed fingerprints have disappeared.
Also there are some other odd bugs: I installed FindMyDevice via fdroid. There you can whitlist some of your contacts, so they can text your phone and get its whereabouts. The Whitelist was blank again and two of my fomer white-list-contacs are not shown, when I try to pick them from my contacs. Though, when I open my contacts-app, I can find them. (But maybe this is a topic for FindMyDevice-troubleshooting?)
I haven’t found any other missing settings or bugs, but will keep you updated.
Did anyone had similar problems after the upgrade?
Hi @ffbb123, it may help identify your problem if you specify whether this is a System OTA Upgrade of Android version from Oreo to Q on stable. There is a growing consensus here to call an Android version Upgrade an Upgrade, or more specifically, new to Samsumg only atm, an OTO Upgrade. Please could you then edit your thread title to remove this query, with thanks.
Maybe you can help me there: I got the message that there is a new update or upgrade (i don’t remember, sorry), so I opend Settings->Systemupdates and just downloaded what was shown and installed/rebooted. The history there shows that my last “Version Upgrade!” was on January 18 (/e/OS 0.20)
Now I have a totaly new design of the symbols, the sound-changes are shown on the side, no longer on the top.
Can you tell from that what kind of Update/-grade it was and how I should edit the titel? Sorry for the noobishness