Please tell us some basic information before asking for help: Model Name: Asus ROG Phone 6 16/512 Firmware Version: WW_32.2810.2212.241 Rooted or not: Not rooted Frequency of Occurrence: reproducible APP Name & APP Version (If your issue relates to the app): Menü Button. In addition to information above, please also provide as much details as you can, e.g., using scenario, what troubleshooting you've already done, screenshot, etc. ======================================== I found a new reproducible bug, that leeds to an Android System bug preventing/omitting the "Recent apps"-Screen. Step to reproduce: Press the menu button. (thats the button you usally use for "recent apps" - at least I think it's what it is called) or swipe up for your recent apps. (it doesn't matter if you chose navigation bar or gestures in the settings). close ALL apps - event the locked ones. (it doesn't matter if you swipe them away one by one or all at once. just be sure all are swiped away - also the ones you actually locked.) Press the menu button again or swipe up for the "recent apps"-screen. There shouldnt be any apps open anymore, but usually you get the screen with "no recent apps opened" or something like that. Instead the devices starts to react strangely: Prevention of "Recent Apps"-Screen getting called by swiping up or pressing the menu button. Even if you start an app like "settings" - when you swipe down the top bar and open the settings, you can't call the "Recent Apps"-Screen anymore. Sometimes it's not only preventing or omitting the "Recent Apps"-Screen, sometimes the screen just freezes with "No Recent Apps" as an overlay over the home screen. But the home screen is not frozen as i can see my widgets still moving. To fix this issue just restart your device, but mentioned steps above are still reproducible everytime!
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