I am connected to 5Ghz network no issue till now.
WiFi calling may delay your voice by 2-3 secs, as whatsapp calling does, you won't get real time conversation like normal calling, this is what i noticed!!!
No there is not even delay I can't hear anything until it get changed from VoWiFi to VoLTE
Hi guys. I waited for a few days before updating to .144 because i was ingeneral satisfied. At midnight i updated and today with minimal use my battery dropped at 78% claiming that i used google for 3 hours! Which I certainly didnt and i didnt used to see that kind of activity from google in battery consumption menu before.
Do any of you experience something similar?
Thanks in advance!
Here are some photos post-pre update
You are the first one with such a report after update to the 144 so it is probably just glitch on your device.
I can't say anything wrong about battery life. After each update, there are a few individuals who have reportedly deteriorated battery life, but that's just coincidence, it has nothing to do with the update, because otherwise everyone would have to report it. You need to look for a problem in your apps and phone configuration.
I updated to the WW_17.1810.2003.144 3 days ago and AccuBattery reports me this:
A glitch that i didnt have pre 144 update thought! Any ideas how to get rid of that?
Flip camera functionality was better before this update as I uses duo video call daily for approximately 1 hour
The problem here is flip camera confirmation pop window came only 1 time for google duo while my phone was on bed and it was locked.
It always tries to flip automatically while it is on bed and screen is lock and a duo call come.
Also while using other things like browsing a web page or watching movie , camera flips automatically though i do not receive that duo call or it is on bed or it is locked it flips automatically.
Before this update camera never flips automatically unless I attend any video call it didn't flip to front.
It only flipped when I attend a video call and do not flip if I do not attend.
Please fix this issue as i don't want my phone's flip camera module to be broken by this automatically flipping of the camera while on bed or while using phone or while phone is locked.
Google duo also has the lastest version
Is this new option enabled in the flip camera settings ?
Yes it is enabled
Is VoWiFi working good for everyone cause no one is talking about it(Indian users)? Can you able to make the call and speak with the other person?
Is it good if somebody reply@Anders_ASUS @LP_ASUS @CH_ASUS
You wrote that your Google app is draining your battery.
Uninstall all updates for this app, then it will update and everything will be fine.
Seems to be working ok ok. It keeps on fluctuating between vowifi and volte even though the phone is near the router. As far as call quality is concerned, it seems to be good.
Yeah now everything works fine👍
Is there a reason the .144 update was removed? Also I have the download ready, should I upgrade to that version or nah?
If you don't do a lot of video calling you can update
FYI After a week with WW_17.1810.2003.144, battery life has even improved for me:
Thats odd for me... 10.45hours of SOT??? I would be interested to see wich apps you usually use in a regular day. Maybe you are not such a demanding user in comparison with me otherwise it seems that it may be something wrong either with my phone or me! I dont know your habits but i am video calling with my device for a good amount of time evry day and other than that i am a regular i would say user. I wish i had 11hours of SOT ( and consider that i have a black mode on, brightness~65% and bluetooth always off). Anyway.... I keep tracking my battery consumption and ill be back again soon with more details!
Video calling is very demanding you cant get 10+ hours if you makes ones but without it you can easy get 10+ hours of sot
Black mode on have zero impact on save battery when we have an LCD panel. But yes, it save your eyes at night for sure.
I have bluetooth always on. I don't make video calls unless it's exceptionally meaningful to show something live and photo is not enough.
Try AccuBattery to get the same stats for comparison with other users and get a better idea of battery consumption, its charging, and discharging.
I briefly mentioned my phone configuration in this post:
In that thread, we discussed the pros and cons of embedded applications and quality third-party applications.
There has been one change: Duo app is no longer disabled on my phone, I started using it for calls to our Google Nest Mini smart speakers, but only for voice calls for obvious reason :)