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shoedoos
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  #2062932 26-Jul-2018 12:24
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anybody else been tied up by the Google Play Services debacle? Rapid battery drain, lagging screens, having to downgrade Flyme's operating system etc etc etc?


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  #2062946 26-Jul-2018 12:54
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I'm on Flyme 6.3.0.0G and do have some lagging screen issue every now and then, as for battery ... I only have to put it on charge once every three days. Though I tried install Google Keep which cause the whole phone to not responding, left it idle and battery went down like I was using it intensively the whole time so Keep was uninstalled, I'm back on my routine a-three-day charging (from 5% to 90%). Unless it was a rainy week I have to charge phone more often sometimes almost once every day not sure why but I know it's something to do with WiFi because when I turn off Wifi overnight I didn't have that draining issue.

What I notice since 6.3 upgrade, I have to calibre the phone quite often, once every five weeks or so to get back button/finger scan working. And Lock screen often give no respond (like grey screen or sometimes black as though the phone was off) especially when I try to get straight into my mail app. But after waiting for ten minutes and try again it was back to normal. 

I am trying to get OTG for USB storage working, so far no luck or maybe my thumb drive is too large or the phone doesn't support OTG -- but there are some Youtube videos that suggest it works but maybe Indian Flyme is different.


 
 
 
 


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  #2062947 26-Jul-2018 12:56
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skykissme:

 

I'm on Flyme 6.3.0.0G and do have some lagging screen issue every now and then, as for battery ... I only have to put it on charge once every three days. Though I tried install Google Keep which cause the whole phone to not responding, left it idle and battery went down like I was using it intensively the whole time so Keep was uninstalled, I'm back on my routine a-three-day charging (from 5% to 90%). Unless it was a rainy week I have to charge phone more often sometimes almost once every day not sure why but I know it's something to do with WiFi because when I turn off Wifi overnight I didn't have that draining issue.

What I notice since 6.3 upgrade, I have to calibre the phone quite often, once every five weeks or so to get back button/finger scan working. And Lock screen often give no respond (like grey screen or sometimes black as though the phone was off) especially when I try to get straight into my mail app. But after waiting for ten minutes and try again it was back to normal. 

I am trying to get OTG for USB storage working, so far no luck or maybe my thumb drive is too large or the phone doesn't support OTG -- but there are some Youtube videos that suggest it works but maybe Indian Flyme is different.

 

 

 

 

Yup, similar issues here.






skykissme
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  #2062949 26-Jul-2018 13:00
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Oh I receive an update notification just now, "bug fix" so hopefully some of these draining bugs get fixed. I guess wait and see.


shoedoos
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  #2063006 26-Jul-2018 15:12
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^^^^^^ where did the notification come from?


skykissme
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  #2063011 26-Jul-2018 15:19
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It popped up from when I go into Flyme OS screen, System Apps update it seems. I don't have Flyme account by the way.


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  #2089626 13-Sep-2018 06:41
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Had my (Flyme 6.2.00G) Meizu 2 years now, like it, generally been user friendly. Battery last for ages. No problem with Google play etc. I'm not technically minded but can get by...6.3 sounds not so good I don't want it!surprised 


 
 
 
 


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  #2107701 14-Oct-2018 17:38
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Not sure if this is the correct place for this but help needed please.

 

I have a Meizu M2 which still works well. Can anyone tell me how to move apps to the SD card please as I keep getting critically low on storage messages. Saving for a new phone. Lusting after pie, but it will be Oreo I think!


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