REPRODUCIBILITY: 75% (often)
HARDWARE: Sony Xperia 10 II - Dual SIM - xqau52 - xqau52 - 126.96.36.199 - aarch64
UI LANGUAGE: English (US) (user: en_US, os: en_US.utf8)
REGRESSION: yes (since: 188.8.131.52 - aarch64)
When Bluetooth is enabled in system settings, the phone will eventually shut down. Or it might crash, restart and timeout waiting for disk unlock. I’m not sure since I’ve never been watching when it happened. The time between activating Bluetooth and the shutdown seems to be at least 2 or 3 hours and less than 3 days. Times are vague because I only notice phone has shut down when I try to unlock it tje next time I need it. This behavior is new in 184.108.40.206. When it isn’t shutting down, Bluetooth behaves no better or worse than previous release -I’d initially been investigating the Bluetooth connection issue with my car I’d reported earlier when this new issue arose.
Sfos 220.127.116.11 installed. Bluetooth on.
- Upgrade to 18.104.22.168
- Enable Bluetooth
- Use the phone normally while waiting for it to shut down - don’t turn it off intentionally during this time.
Phone keeps working until intentionally shut down.
Phone shuts off spontaneously eventually.
- Patchmanager: no
- OpenRepos: yes
- Chum: yes
- Other: none specified
I suspect the connection to Bluetooth because the phone only shuts down when Bluetooth is on, but the seemingly random time between activation and the shutdown also leaves room for doubt. I don’t think it’s a new hardware failure because the bug hasn’t appeared when not running Bluetooth. I freely admit the connectuon souds odd, but there doesn’t seem to be anytging else that correlates with the issue occuring.
Device Owner User: defaultuser
Home Encryption: enabled