[Bug] Bluetooth bug


Sep 27, 2018
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Hello everyone,

I am here to report that Bluetooth is not correctly working in the latest weekly release 8.9.20. Sometimes I disable it and when I try to enable it again it just doesn't. I am constantly connected with my Amazfit so the connection is generally right.
Every time the problem is fixed after a reboot...
I face same problem with SIM turn off (when signal "stucks" in no signal).

Video demonstrating the bug: (now stop fighting if there is a bug or not)

Solution:
Reboot the phone to temporally fix it.

Versions reported with the bug:
- All version at least after 8.9.20/10.0.2.0 (maybe before those)

Error log:
Here is my whole log cat (too big to add it as attachment). I include it all because it is full of bluetooth errors.

This was the error log from one of the times I clicked the Bluetooth icon: (pulled from Android Studio hence it wont be 100% the same in the log)
2019-02-09 17:03:00.821 17318-17344/? E/bt_btif_storage: btif_storage_get_adapter_property: Controller not ready! Unable to return Bluetooth Address
2019-02-09 17:03:00.821 17318-17344/? E/BluetoothServiceJni: adapter_properties_callback: Status 1 is incorrect
 
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Sep 30, 2018
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I can confirm the same situation. Behaves exactly the same and bluetooth does not work properly. Also sometimes does not work fingerprint, so I have to login with PIN.
 
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Apr 13, 2014
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Confirmed for 10.0.2
Confirmed for 10.0.4
Once you turn the Bluetooth off, it will not reactivate until you restart the phone.
The same behavior when you put the phone in Airplane mode.
Seems like this is just the service that doesn't restart properly.
 
Apr 13, 2014
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This problem is difficult to replicate because it doesn't happen constantly. However, it is there that is why we report it.
How is this difficult to replicate?
Here's the methodology to replicate it:
Step 1: Turn Bluetooth off.
Step 2: Turn Bluetooth on.
Result: Bluetooth does not reactivate, when in the settings menu the option shows as being on, but is grayed out and Bluetooth is still off.

Alternative methodology: replace step 1 with: Switch Airplane mode on.

I've replicated this problem with 100% rate of success.
 
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Jul 26, 2013
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I've replicated this problem with 100% rate of success.
But 0% on my side, as you can see in the video I posted. That's why reproduction rate is not easily 100%, there are other factors that affect this behavior on your (and some others) phone, which don't exist on my (and some others) phone.
 
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But 0% on my side, as you can see in the video I posted. That's why reproduction rate is not easily 100%, there are other factors that affect this behavior on your (and some others) phone, which don't exist on my (and some others) phone.
You are using the developer ROM, 8.9.20.
This just means that the bug isn't present in that ROM.

It is, however, present in 10.0.2 and 10.0.4.

Can anyone else on 8.9.20 confirm that the bug is present on that version?
 
Sep 27, 2018
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How is this difficult to replicate?
Here's the methodology to replicate it:
Step 1: Turn Bluetooth off.
Step 2: Turn Bluetooth on.
Result: Bluetooth does not reactivate, when in the settings menu the option shows as being on, but is grayed out and Bluetooth is still off.

Alternative methodology: replace step 1 with: Switch Airplane mode on.

I've replicated this problem with 100% rate of success.
You answer to a quote that already contains the why. Try using logic next time.
 
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You answer to a quote that already contains the why. Try using logic next time.
First of all, you don't need to be condescending. It's just rude.
Second of all, I did use logic, hence my comment which relates to the fact that this bug is easily reproducible. I even documented the procedure to replicate the behavior.
 
Apr 16, 2018
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Confirmed for 10.0.2
Confirmed for 10.0.4
Once you turn the Bluetooth off, it will not reactivate until you restart the phone.
The same behavior when you put the phone in Airplane mode.
Seems like this is just the service that doesn't restart properly.
That's a weird thing. You see, i'm on 10.0.4 stable and can not replicate the problem. I turned off bluetooth, turned on and it works just intended. I can use my Mi Note 3 with my electronic bracelet and its application.
 
Jul 26, 2013
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You are using the developer ROM, 8.9.20.
This just means that the bug isn't present in that ROM.

It is, however, present in 10.0.2 and 10.0.4.
Another user confirmed that the bug doesn't exist in the versions you mentioned, while another one confirms it exists in every MIUI 10 version. See? It's not that hard to find out the issue is localized to some people's config, not the ROM version.
 
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That's a weird thing. You see, i'm on 10.0.4 stable and can not replicate the problem. I turned off bluetooth, turned on and it works just intended. I can use my Mi Note 3 with my electronic bracelet and its application.
How did you upgrade to 10.0.4?
Did you do a complete wipe from 9.6?

Maybe that's the difference.