The amount times get factory reset it's a joke now, but I try that clearing the camera app
Tried only thing happened it stop flicker like the video above but it's still dark.
Well you should definitely do a factory reset after you update from a supposedly non Asus firmware tot an official Asus firmware or when going from CN to WW. You can't expect the phone to work normally if you don't do a factory reset after those firmware changes.
Good slow motions are always darker. That's why also the pros need big light sources when shooting slow motion videos. Because of the high frames per second rate the shutter time is very small and there is little time for light to enter the camera. This is again not a tencent or Asus issue.
So after every update just factory reset and everything would be fine ?
It's should be fine yes. I'm in a group chat with hundreds of tencent users that have changed the fingerprint and the firmware without issues. So if it works for hundreds of people then it probably works for you as well.
But I really don't understand why you would say it's a joke how many times people told you or other people to do a factory reset. And you choose to not listen and not do a factory reset and after that go to an online forum to complain about issues that you induced and could have easily solved yourself if you just listened to that advice that you thought was a joke.
Not after every update but most definitely when changing fingerprint or when going from WW to CN.
When I said it's a joke how much times, I didn't mean people telling me to factory reset I meant how much times the phone got factory reset.
From what I understand you are know on a stable version of android. Those other issues you mentioned before have nothing to do with the tencent model.
I agree completely but the reality shows there are lot of people confused, inexperienced, had desire to buy Rog 2 and are now disappointed. Also what if you were a Chinese guy who bought the phone during trip somewhere else, or just a Chinese guy in roaming and cannot use phone because of lack of bands. Learning from this experience I would make one model only with all bands included. I would make it in 8/12 RAM and 128/512/1T storage, in 3 different price ranges. Would make those prices valid everywhere. Would provide all with fast charger. This would probably make the basic phone somewhat more expensive. But would completely eliminate demand for phones like Tencent outside of China. Each and every customer, no matter how experienced or not, would be satisfied. At the end of the day, that's what counts.
In my opinion this is general knowledge when you buy a phone abroad or are planning to use a phone in multiple countries and is something that you always have to watch out for when buying a foreign phone.
It is probably one of the first things that will come up when you Google for "buying a Chinese phone".
I don't think this is an excuse for being ignorant and is information that was available from the start.
That being said I agree that it would be nice to have al bands available or as many as possible but when a phone is meant to be used in a specific market then it doesn't make a lot of sense for the manufacturer to include other bands.
I live in Europe and the phone has all the bands that I need and I made sure it had those bands before I bought it.
Yes Julien, I agree and I have done the check myself and bought the international version because I need the band 20. But as you can see many people are just not checking. It's a plain fact. It's their own responsibility yes, but what can be done to help them? In the first place make a product or service proof of such misunderstandings. It's in the interest of every producer or service provider that customers are happy with a product. Happy New Year to all!
Yes that is a fact but my problem is that people seem to think that it is Asus fault while in fact it is their own fault for not checking. You can't idiot proof everything.
https://mx.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_009638394644.html?wid=1349303 is best option? i´m mexican, i don't want the tencent version, thank you for attention.
This looks suspicious to me. It says global but it's an 8/128 version. It doesn't support LTE band 20 which international version supports. The international version is 12/512. Do they offer guarantee?
Also the Aero Active Cooler and 30W charger do not come in the box with 8/128 version. Maybe it's a typo mistake and it really is the international version? They seem honest and tell you to check before buying. Check with them what exactly it is.
I'll bet on the Tencent version, it's gearbest(a Chinese company) ship out from Hong Kong. Most global 8/128 is in India and Europe.
The add, included accessories, pricing and prisma packaging all point towards the global version though.
Too much of copying and pasting going on and I doubt the sellers pay much attention to those details