REPRODUCIBILITY (% or how often): 100, one-hundred percent
BUILD ID = OS VERSION (Settings > About product): 220.127.116.11
HARDWARE (XA2, X10, X10 II, …): Sony Xperia XA2
UI LANGUAGE: German, Deutsch, DE
REGRESSION: (compared to previous public release: Yes, No, ?): Yes, exists since version ~3. Used to be working in v1 and (I guess) v2.x.
German: Einstellungen - System - Ambiente - (wähle eines) - Aktion hinzufügen - Alarm - Aus Musikdateien auswählen
(English, just guessing:
Settings - System - Ambiences - (choose any) - Add action - Alarm - Pick from file/music (SD-Card, in my case))
Alarm of this Ambience (if active) uses the music file picked in the step before - as long as I do not reboot the phone.
Ambience, music file (mp3) on device available
- Attach a sound (music file) (from SD-Card?) to an audio action of an Ambience (see DESCRIPTION above)
- Set an alarm an see = hear the file you picked in step 1) is used
- Reboot the phone
- Go to the Ambience’s settings: You may add an action again, as the Ambience has “forgotten” you choose an action previously
One a music file is linked to an action of an Ambience, it remains reliably there until the user changes it. Make it shutdown/reboot persistent.
Looks like an issue of temporary storage: Ambience does not remember the file once rebooted.
I am willing to do some logging, debugging, whatever helps. Not being a professional software developer and not a native English speaker, please bear with me.