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  • slimghost
    Well, there is the QS panel and you may see in the end of the video the default charging animation of Android 12. Same animation also when the screen it is locked and the charger is plugged. About the QS panel, as I said, cannot be swiped all the way to the bottom and the brightness slider it is available only on top, you…
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    Dreams. Will never gonna be happened. The only and the only at all chance for a ZF to be there and get some profit will be to first to have the next Qualcomm processor. Some other people will render their dreams. Their support for the Camera [ZF7, 8 , ROG...] it is close to none Simply don't expect them to flip to any…
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    First of all, be gentle to the other users ant try to speak in English (even by using Google Translator) . And I am done with "patronizing" now :) At any time you can download the "downgrade (zip) file" to Android 11 from the Asus website. Keep in mind that this action will erase all of your data previously stored - and…
  • slimghost
    @Irene2_ASUS I know that this it may be the Google default for the Android 12, but in Android 11 the brightness slider could be reached at the bottom, when the panel was "full screen" by double swipe (and not to mention that almost half of the screen is black and empty) - now only by using the one hand mode the thumb can…
  • slimghost
    All of the installed applications? It is common for some apps to not work well when a system update is done , but this problem could be addressed by updating that app too - if any update is available, in this case optimized for Android 12. Normally it shouldn't be a problem for the majority of the previous installed apps…
  • slimghost
    ROG 6 will be launched probably in July (already teased as having a 165 Hz display) and there is no sign yet that is a ZenFone in the making. If will be a ZF 9 why should be launched with the same 8 Gen 1 plus processor as ROG 6 ? :) It is not quite smart I suppose, considering the timeline. So having it in August or even…
  • slimghost
    Don't have to many expectations. Asus is sort of focused ( at minimums) for the 8 series and ROG. Don't expect miracles for the 7/7 Pro . Will never come. And that's all. Asus doesn't have volumes for 7 series in many countries, they definitely will not pay licenses/provisioning for the operators. VoLTE and VoWiFi it is a…
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  • slimghost
    As you said, in a very bright day the square on the screen in the place where supposed probably to be the fingerprint sensor it is visible
  • slimghost
    Here you may find some useful information, even the process may not be so easily: https://www.getdroidtips.com/5-methods-to-enter-edl-mode-on-any-xiaomi-smartphones-qualcomm/
  • slimghost
    Aha, somehow I've missed the original link, seems like there is a problem with the focus and about the grain, well, donno what , seems like for the moment nobody else reported. I hope that at one point you will manage to solve the issue
  • slimghost
    The only possible problem that I can see is the light environment - I am suspecting the low light conditions to get a result like this, but I may be wrong. @topolov That capture was in a darker room, or in the night? Could be part of the explanation - but even so, I have to admit that there is way much grain, and that…
  • slimghost
    I am not saying that couldn't be an issue for you, but the device it is not quite a good performer in low light conditions for a video capture, so therefore I doubt that will be fine and grain/noise free in steady mode. In an urban environment, with enough street lights in the night, normally is fine or acceptable - but…
  • slimghost
    Seems like the trigger could be a bad management for the input voltage values and maybe something was toasted - but in conjunction with the software control there should or could be a circuit breakers that didn't his purpose. Anyways, it is scaring, almost to not take any update from now on. I am on .143 and fortunately…
  • slimghost
    Pamphlet: Asus probably let the responsibility to the users: "we are not pushing you! We didn't push anything, even the update. Anyways, the update is there, if you wanna get it, take it. Please don't send feedback to our team, our Elfies are taken by Santa. The rest of our remaining team is still waiting for Santa, their…
  • slimghost
    even a bug may happens, but I will rather think that the network provider (and the settings) may be involved. As you sayed, all of these are happening since you've placed that 5G card, probably it is not a simple coincidence. Anyways, there is a reasons for such of things to be logged, ny Asus in this case , with the user…
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    Select "mobile data always active" from the Developer Options menu
  • slimghost
    Well, the "annual" launch of the pristine version of the Android OS usually it is in the autumn, if I am not wrong. And indeed, during the time were a few having launches in the autumn with the newest OS, but as I mentioned and you too also, some (very few) continued with more than 2 OS upgrades. Also, keeping all and…
  • slimghost
    Name a list of devices on the last 2 years for example, launched with the Android version that usually and often it is officially launched with the Pixel smartphones, which mostly are launched in the autumn :) Not only Asus it is in the same situation, but I have to admit that a few promised more than 2 upgrades. But also,…
  • slimghost
    Simply, please, take it as a joke: When you're pushing (the) " pedal to the metal" your engine fuel consumption is increasing? :) Anyways, disregard the humor, simply once you have a poor signal on your mobile network, you may expect battery drainage. Still, the processor energy efficiency may be involved, so you don't…
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    Probably I am wrong, but you have to keep in mind - and this was encountered to many other brands smartphones - the fact that when your mobile network have a poor signal in your area the battery drainage goes high. Could be one of the reasons, but this may not apply to you, so take this with all necessary reserve :) And…
  • slimghost
    Don't get me wrong, being helpful for someone speaking your language it is something to be appreciated. But this forum it is in English, and probably it is polited to keep it in this way, as the users are coming from different countries, but respecting the easy "universal" way of understanding. At any time in here we can…
  • slimghost
    Well, it should be posted separately as an issue, and probably you can insert all of the above comments and photos. Anyways, HDR ghosting is present in many devices and the solution even may partially come as an improvement for the postprocessing it is tricky, but worth a try to point this out to the moderators, again, as…
  • slimghost
    The latest is .112 - but probably this was just a typo from you. As for me, the clock icon in "Tools" shows the correct time. You are referring to this icon?
  • slimghost
    As occasionally I have this issue, but not only in the HDR photos and also I am trying to keep my objectivity, I may say that both of you... are right in some areas. A HDR photo may have ghosting because of multiple photos sequence and of the postprocessing and even the subjects are not leaves an animal or a person in a…
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    One of my main reasons to take pictures of/with leaves was the Dxomark review - since the very beginning they noticed the ghosting. Also (and I had a photo reply to you with a portrait of my son) , yes, indeed , the ghosting can be noticed on portraits. Sure, not all of the time, but it is there. If the Asus team/mods will…
  • slimghost
    My bad, I didn't payed enough attention, ghosting still there, but the occurrence probably it is still random and depending on the scene. In the captured one I cannot be sure if it wasn't the wind involved - but I didn't quite qualified tests :)
  • slimghost
    As I can see, only in a few tests, probably the ghosting is gone - but I've noticed on some edges some blurry lines and some "jagged details" , but overall seems to be an improvement. Photos taken in EU, not AU :)
  • slimghost
    Already there, .112 version, August security