vinicool88Asus already ruined it's repo by giving zero customer support and rude replies when I got call from their region head who don't have basic ethics to talk to customers. Now I started facing memory and mobile data connectivity issues. I have never imagined such kind of suffer after purchasing flagship device. They don't have courage to accept their manufacturing defect from fabrication unit.
Please provide us a new update as soon, may be it will fix this issue , otherwise this issue is happening with many people, it will ruin the asus name, no more will asus can reside in india in future especially in smartphones, asus will ruin the upcoming trust in the people's heart, so choice is yours either make it or leave it . Humbly request asus to do as soon
Lord_MessiOne from their leadership team already accepted manufacturing defect but they don't have courage to accept publically via a press release. Now I am facing issue with memory where memory utilisation goes into negative and then mobile data stop getting reception. Only option is to reboot. Now I refrain that maybe storage and processer won't start trouble for me and finally device will die permanently with about a month of purchase.
He messages me but after that no respons
Maybe he doesn't want people to know if that's their motherboard faulty
DanishbluntYou think the service center guys also cant flash the firmware and instead they are replacing the motherboard?
As you mentioned, the SoC itself is unlikely the suspect as other brand such as samsung with the snapdragon 888 variant does not report any wifi issues related to the entire funtionality being broken. I doubt it has anything to do with the actual manufacturing of the logicboard as well, otherwise the issues would not have happened after an update.
Also the 6900 does not control audio as a whole, it only controls bluetooth audio, which is unrelated to those who experience robotic voices.
You make an excellent point with the bluetooth argument, as normally both go hand in hand due to being in the same chip, that being said, I did see SoC's fail only partly same for desktop CPU's where the integrated graphics would be broken and shorted while the CPU itself was fine.
WIthout users testing, we don't have much to go by, so far my theory is that due to the update, the drivers got messed up and should be fixed via a firmware flash, however it seems nobody here is able to do that.