05-19-2021 09:18 AM
05-20-2021 03:03 AM
TobYou may try the feature "New notifications". This aligns the stock android behavior.
Hmm I see, I'm not that into camera tech so i'm not sure how to describe it in technical terms, I just wastly prefer how the result of the pixel software, even when the actual hardware is extremely dated like on the Pixel 4a.
It's the same with the main camera, there's just so much more detail when using my 4a, despite the +5 year old camera tech.
I'm not using any protective glas or film atm, but in all honestly the fingerprint reader is pretty fine, my biggest complaints are with the camera software, but I understand that it's really hard for smaller companies to compete with the likes of Google/Apple/Samsung.
I also remember a feature on an old Zenfone that I loved, when there was a new notification and the screen was off, then instead of waking up the entire screen it just showed the notification with a dark background. I wish you brought that back, it's so much easier to see the notification (I also beilive the actual text/icons became larger compared to normal use).
05-20-2021 03:09 AM
You may try the feature "New notifications". This aligns the stock android behavior.
The latest firmware also improves camera quality (and selfie).
05-20-2021 03:49 AM
05-21-2021 06:56 AM
TobAs you have posted this topic in another thread with @Anders_ASUS helping you , it is better to continue in that thread. I'll close this one so we dont get a fractured discussion.
I'm also facing major issues with a pair of True Wireless earbuds... 😕
1) I can't remove the notification that displays battery life/connection
2) Can't disable scenario effects when bluetooth headphones are connected, DIRAC and all its sound settings are really good for the speakers (and ordinary headphones via the 3.5 mm jack). But when it comes to Bluetooth I don
t want any influence on the sound from my phone.
3) When connected via Qualcomm TWS+, I'm experiencing all kinds off issues, earbuds wont stay connected, volume bugs (see video) etc. I'm using a pair of Cambridge Audio Melomania touch, on my other phone the TWS+ feature isn't enabled so they work just fine.
I tried to disable TWS+ in the developer options, but it didn't really work. The earbuds just went straight back to TWS+.
Is anyone else facing the same issues when connected via TWS+? The same earbuds works fine on my Pixel 4a since there's no TWS+, they just connect via the old APTX (Master/Slave).
I tried to change Bluetooth Volume Control settings, but when I change it to independent volume I get connection issues, when I choice absolute volume I instead get volume level bug (like on the video).
I Just don't think many Bluetooth audio OEM's are actually testing their tws earbuds properly for the TWS+ feature since most phone OEMs don't bother enabling it.