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I once encountered similar behavior which was triggered by Ambient Display feature inside Settings. There is a guide on OnePlus Forums here (see Usage of Privacy Guard & Built in Settings (All Users)) which mentions this: Ambient Display – this is again another option under the Display section of the Settings, when turned on (is ON by default) ...
Wait. I've had positive and reliable experiences running Android 5.0.1 on Nexus 10, Nexus 7, and Nexus 5. However, my Nexus 4 experiences reboots with Android L and a friend's Nexus 4 outright powers down regularly. That said, a bugfix Android 5.0.2 is rolling out to Nexus devices right now. So wait.
I am sure if you have tried heading over to the Facebook app over the Google PlayStore and have read their description over their you would have got your answer anyway,you can report to the bugs over the Facebook Help Centre. Note: You need to log yourself over the Facebook account in order to do so.
What is a "blue screen"? Certain Android devices sometimes become unresponsive and display a plain bright blue screen with no text on it. See photo. What should be done? If you only ever see a blue screen once or twice a month, ignore the problem and restart your phone when it happens. If you see so many blue screens that it's worth the effort involved ...
The good news: you're not losing your mind. The even-better news: there seems to be a solution. Head on over to ifixit and take a look at their thread.
My buddy had the same problem and the only thing we could do to fix it was to install another keyboard like SwiftKey, Google keyboard, and etc. It seems that its a known issue and will have to wait for Samsung to fix it. Edit, I know this isn't a -fix- but at least its a workaround to get you through the day, Short of having to reboot the phone.
As Microsoft) used to say: That's not a bug, that's a feature. Check for following: Settings -> Wi-Fi -> Menu -> Advanced: Scanning always available Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep
Do you have an external sdcard in your device? If so, remove it and try again. When sdcards start throwing errors and have to remap sectors it kills their performance. As this is usually an indicator for a dying sdcard i would suggest to backup any important data you have on it.
I had the same issue. Here is the solution which works perfect for me. Settings>Sound>Quite Mode>Set quite time after enabling quite timing, unselect all days and then disable quite timing.
This has happened to me on my Samsung Note 4 just recently under similar circumstances. I don't cross timezone and it had nothing to do with a time change because none happened. I'm also using Lollipop 5.0.1 so it doesn't appear to be an OS issue. Mine was in the Google Calendar, not the phone's default one also. It did seem that it shifted after I ...
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