ok, then it will take some time... first boot only, then next boot will be normall..Of course I format data in tarp but I do the hole process again now...
It was over 20 minutes on the old state and nothing happened...
Did everything now again via sideload.
I won't post it, because it wouldn't be useful. The thing is: after a while using VPN or apps like IDM, the notification panel gets laggy. It takes about 3-5 seconds to scroll it. It happens the same with recent apps/menu panel.Can you post a screenshot?
Very useful suggestion! It helps tremendoisly!... I suggest you open your wallet and a pay an appropriately skilled Dev ...
I've had a similar problem while downloading files with the Firefox browser, on Mi Mix1 and to a somewhat lesser extent on Mi Note 2.I won't post it, because it wouldn't be useful. The thing is: after a while using VPN or apps like IDM, the notification panel gets laggy. It takes about 3-5 seconds to scroll it. It happens the same with recent apps/menu panel.
Depending on how much time VPN/IDM is active, the error message "System UI has stopped" shows.
I've seen people reporting it too in previous builds, very little I must say, saying they're facing the same issue with Mi Mix 2 and mi6. Cheers!
Show what you're talking about, because I'm unable to reproduce it.Found a little bug in notifications:
Stock downloads app has still old notification format (icon on the left) and also there is a Xunlei bird as notification icon instead of arrow
That can be easily solved by transefing downloads and downloadprovider from the same global build
I hope that you'll look into this
Thanks for sharing a similar experience, you're the third I've seen in this forum doing it.I've had a similar problem while downloading files with the Firefox browser, on Mi Mix1 and to a somewhat lesser extent on Mi Note 2.
I e., the system becomes like syrup - everything works, but very slowly, and eventually I would get the "UI has stopped" message or similar.
I've had bigger problems with the apps Foldersync and Syncthings previously, locking up the system completely at times, but always assumed the problem was with these apps being resource hogs. Ok, Android should be able to handle apps like these also, and they never produced the "UI has stopped responding" message.
But I only recently - the previous two versions or so - have noticed this problem with Firefox.
I should add that everything else has worked very well, I've only gotten the syrupy effect while downloading in Firefox.