06-19-2020 12:12 AM
06-19-2020 03:15 AM
06-19-2020 07:26 AM
BrunoF20Why is this happening in silent mode than? I can understand that no multitasking at same time in normal profile but i think audio should not be paused in vibration or silent profile as system has already detected to keep everything silent
Seems like background are priority.
I'm 1 wall and 4 meters straight from my router.
When I try to downgrade to Android 9, I always have to come back to 10 because of a connection bug:
If I put my hand on the top of the device (antennae) my connection drops out, turning the landscape sessions impossible.
I'm now feeling (in .87) a lesser version of this bug.
Maybe it's related because of low signal priorities, like slimming a tunnel:
The message downloads to show the notification or The audio downloads to be heard on a videocall.
The message downloads to show the notification or The game packages downloads to make it keep running.
Never at the same time, no multitasking connection.
06-19-2020 10:28 AM
amitgarde3Well, I hope I can be clear enough, I'm no expert so let's speculate by analogy.
Why is this happening in silent mode than? I can understand that no multitasking at same time in normal profile but i think audio should not be paused in vibration or silent profile as system has already detected to keep everything silent
06-19-2020 12:04 PM
BrunoF20Ohh great example this sounds like a limitation than lets see if mods found out any solution on this and would be great if they overcome this limitation
Well, I hope I can be clear enough, I'm no expert so let's speculate by analogy.
You have a tunnel, that's your connection.
Through this tunnel, only three cars pass at a time, each bringing a package.
Let's say that for a video call to work properly, three cars are constantly needed to bring packages.
Two cars bring a package for the video and one for the audio.
In this constant, suddenly, a messaging application notices a message arriving and requests its packet.
One of the times that three cars come, one will have to bring the messaging application's packet.
This way, instead of two video cars and one audio car, it will be two video cars and one message car.
At that moment you lose the audio pack for a brief moment, so that the message pack arrives and you are notified.
Remember, this is just speculation based on the fact that not only the audio, but the PUBG also gets slower when the notification arrives.
Because PUBG also needs these three cars constantly, and any loss of packaging is felt in the form of lag.