Community meeting on IRC 18th August 2022

Schedule: Thursday 2022-08-18T07:00:00Z   :world_map:   :date:

Topic proposals for the meeting:

  • Add your name/nick using the template below to suggest a topic.
  • Indicate how much time you’ll need so we can time-box the meeting accordingly.
  • Please be as thorough as you can with your question/topic.
  • If you can’t make the meeting please ask and name a substitute.

It is expected that you show up and present your topic, or name a substitute and make sure they attend in your absence. These IRC meetings are for real time participation and live discussions, otherwise you can post the topic on here and get responses that way.

We need you to be present to clarify details in the topic, and to ensure the discussion is leading to the answers you are looking for! If you do not participate or your question/topic isn’t clear enough it will be postponed. Also: always ask for more time than you anticipate your topic needs!

Please have your topics ready at least 3 days before the meeting so we can prepare good answers. Topics announced afterwards will be postponed to the next meeting.

Template for topic proposal: (post your topic proposals as comments to this forum topic).


* Name/IRC nick:
* Topic:
* Some details about the topic:
* Approx. time needed:
* Substitute (optional):


Open Pull Requests:
If you have, or know of, a pull request that’s been open for at least 3 weeks, but which you think deserves attention, please add a comment using the template below and we’ll consider it during the next meeting.


* Name/IRC nick:
* Open PR URL:


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Untracked bug reports

ID Comments Additional Information
12540
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12460
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10285
12328
12208 Easily reproducible with 40 tabs
1468
12361
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Interesting but might I suggest XMPP for the future? Maybe it is to much trouble if you already have something that works. But it would be nice to support it. I use the blabber client.

  • Name/IRC nick: Jacek Jagosz
  • Topic: Specify which is the officially supported Android 11 version ID for X10 III
  • Some details about the topic: In my opinion the instructions are unclear which version ID users should be on when installing SFOS, and there is a ton of conflicting information. Install guide mentions just Android 11. Flashing guide mentions 62.0.A.3.109. Then users have been recommending updating to the newest possible A11 version - 62.0.A.9.11, first flashing using EMMA and then using OTA. You can even flash directly to that version using different tools and firmware provided by someone. Oh, and some people flashed from Android 12…
    Could you please state the version number you think is the least problematic, or most well tested? Now you have people using 3-4 different versions, and it definitely makes bug tracking really complicated.
  • Approx. time needed: 5 minutes
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Would this be the correct venue to discuss the wider topic of mobile-data issues on the 10 iii?

I link mine above, but there seem to be at least three or four separate topics on this issue which seem to include:

  1. mobile data only working in Sim2
  2. mobile data not working with the same sim and settings that work in an older phone
  3. never receiving that the promised 2nd text from a provider to receive the settings
  4. and more

Hello, there is an excellent template to help to organise the meeting.

Can I ask you to update your comment to fill in the template?
Thanks in advance :slight_smile:

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Hello, there is an excellent template to help to organise the meeting.

Can I ask you to update your comment to fill in the template?
Thanks in advance :slight_smile:

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  • Name/IRC nick: PeegeeTips
  • Topic: Is there a general cause to the various different mobile-data bugs with 10 iii devices?
  • Some details about the topic:

Mobile data tested before and after device flashing on Talkmobile (UK). Mobile data lost at some point afterwards (after reboot? - difficult to be precise as I WFH with wifi. Mobile data on the same sim still works fine on my old XA2 Plus running 4.4.0.64.

Pv4 and IPv6 mobile data connection works as expected on Xperia X (F5121), SFOS 4.4.0.64, with the same SIM card and same APN settings.
No IPv4 mobile data connection with MNO Telekom Deutschland possible.

If you have a mobile data connection with IPv6-only, the mobile data connection remains if a IPv4-only WLAN connection with internet access is established.
The IPv6 default gateway and the name server entry are also retained.
This means that the mobile data connection is still used when an IPv6 address is resolved.

  • Approx. time needed: 5m
  • Substitute (optional): n/a
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Thanks for your question @PeegeeTips. We would usually repost the details of your question during the meeting, but I need to cut down your summary a bit. Would you mind if we present it as shown below? I’d also suggest bumping the time up to at least 10 minutes, since it’s quite involved, if that’s okay?

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Just to reiterate what @pherjung suggested earlier, would you be able to reformat this using the template please @JesusGod-Pope666? Currently it’s not clear to me what your question is, so we won’t be able to include your question in its current form I’m afraid.

@pherjung: thanks for suggesting for people to use the template (it makes a big difference).

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No, i’d be delighted. Thank you. PgT