For the people who don't want the ota update you can simply stop the fota service in developer options/running services, it'll automatically start up again after a reboot though, but if you don't reboot that often it won't be too much of a hassle, hopefully Asus provides a better way to stop the fota service in the future
No, no, no... FB used as earlier.
Sth is wrong with soft, battery consumption higher than expect.
I've 2 pcs of ZS630KL, the second one has updated (v133 -> v137) yest. and today fully charged.
Look at this consumption:
7% @ 1h56min....? 46min SOT?
I'd like to downgrade to v133 which was better in this aspect - remember that we have 5000mAh. But as we know - can't. Only the way is to downgrade do android 9 and than upgrade to 10 and choose one of stable - good battery consumption version of software.
I'd like to know... Asus test new compilation (fut test, UAT test...) of soft or do it live on market user only?? :-)
My consumption stats are normal after 137, check it out in the picture.
Even i tried factory reset but i wonder of no use. Even i am not able to use potrait mode on either modes on camera....both problems prevail even after factory reset!
@CH_ASUS @lp5566vs183 @Anders@Anders_ASUS
Still not updating the. 133 update. Neither 137
I updated yesterday evening and so far everything without a problem, so we will see.Version 137- Czech Republic.
We're still collecting more data about this battery drain but initially everything we've seen so far, points to a service in the facebook app. Short term solution is to refuse facebook to auto-start and force stop the app when you don't need it.
These services should not be working on the phone by default. Asus should remove them from the firmware, they only serve to get Facebook information from the device without having the Facebook application installed.
Many people like me don't use Facebook app so it's will be better if Facebook won't be a system app in the next firmware update
Sir, with due regard as you said to not to allow facebook to auto-start, after doing it the battery life is still very poor. Please look into it and resolve at the earliest.
@Anders_ASUS @CH_ASUS @LP_ASUS
Stop fb messenger too just to make sure. That app has also been showing unusually high battery usage. We're still investigating the root cause.
If stopping messenger doesn't have any effect, then you could even go as far as uninstalling both facebook and messenger which will revert them back to the factory installed version.
Thanks, it worked!!! But please release patched update wherein facebook and messenger could be installed and used....
Did you just stop it or did you uninstall it?
Is disabling Facebook services in all apps works?
For me Facebook enabled no pb now! Mistery...
Uninstall both the apps
Yeah, Facebook updated and fixed the issue. Everything is back to normal ?
Yes, i think!!! Reinstalled both the apps and seems to be working fine now.