I bought a Galaxy S9+ from /e/ and my main problem is I need to avoid doing a hard reset currently because my Signal app is linked to a number that does not work internationally, and I am travelling until Feb…
Is there anyway to make sure my phone is set up correctly if I added my /e/ account after first setting up the phone, without doing a hard reset?
In “Users & accounts” i signed into my /e/ account and it shows my email address for /e/ account, and for /e/ address book it writes: "Contacts ( 3A)
I really need google maps for navigating in Japan right now:
Google maps doesn’t work, it needs chrome, and chrome crashes on launch. Can google maps work without Play services?
Problems with Apps that I’ve encountered:
Mail app always crashes on launch (I switched to k9)
Uber says there is no internet connection.
Jump app won’t sign in.
Yelp doesnt show my location dot on the map.
Unlock pattern opens sometimes over camera app when i double tap the power button (happens when “Directly Show Pattern View” setting is enabled, in screen lock settings)
Open Camera flashes a green screen every second or two while recording video
JapanTaxi hangs on launch load screen.
TripLingo sometimes hangs on a white screen when openned, and doesn’t seem to run well.
I’ve installed /e/ Os on my Motorola G4 plus with TWRP.
Just after the default setup where I entered my /e/ account informations, the mail application Mail crashes continuously.
Though the integrated nexcloud client works great, it syncs. Same for carddav and caldav synchronizations.
Is anyone experiencing this with Mail? Is there a way to solve it?
I’ve tried without more success to give all permissions to Mail, delete its cache and data.
But I noticed that the additional permissions, although given, do not remain in the settings.
Hmm weird, I gave Mail all permissions too, there are only 2 permissions… they seem to stick, but its still crashing.
Re: Google Maps not launching- SOLVED
For anyone else who might have this: I had set Firefox as my default browser before installing g-maps. This seems to have caused it because I simply set the “Browser” app as default browser again, opened g-maps, it works now. Even with Firefox set as default again.