But that was months ago, so you apparently made no further effort to fix this roaming issue after the recall.
I don’t permanently live at a border, but often enough by visit. So I unfortunately can’t consider installing this update. (But a buggy update that has to be installed the tricky manual way is honestly not my idea of decent support anyway.)
The lack of timely security patches means that I cannot use the teracube 2e for anything other than media consumption. I do not feel comfortable doing anything that involves financial accounts or purchasing goods and services online. I understand how difficult it is for a small phone company to update software. Even the mammoth companies such as Samsung, Apple, and Google constantly have to issue updates to fix bugs or zero day exploits.
Hi @Maiku, the 11.0.2 update is quite stable and has a similar performance as Android 10. The performance is the biggest improvement since the original Android 11.0 update. I have been using it as my primary device for quite some time now.
I’ll suggest you give it a try. In the worst case, you can always go back using SP Flash.
I recall techyminati responding to a request for a FOTA release of Android 11 a while ago, which would not require additional manual steps to download and install. I am still waiting for that. In the mean time, all I ask for is a security update for Android 10.
There was a release of A11 since his post, however, it’s not an official FOTA release and requires users to understand how to backup their phones and manually install the update, which is not something the general user knows how to do. Not to mention, if something goes wrong, they are at risk of bricking their device, and the steps to roll back are tedious and risky.
When will general users receive timely security updates for their 2e devices?
I think it is encouraging to see that they managed to release a certified Android 11 build after all. Taking into account their seemingly limited resources I think it is reasonable to move their resources to Android 12, although this means we will see no (security) updates for our phones for the time being. I very much hope 12 comes out any time soon, certified version that is.
Sharad mentioned that the are busy with the 11.0.4 FOTA rollout back in November last year.
I have yet to receive this update and it seems to me that their focus is entirely on Android 12 now based on comments I have read.
What I find as deceiving is that they put my hopes up with this empty promise and then proceeded to ditch the FOTA release out of the blue to focus on Android 12.
All I ask for is support for my device and they seem to keep dropping the ball on that front.
Not to mention that the whole point of a FOTA release is for updates to be pushed to all Teracube users.
Now only the people who visit the forums and are willing to update manually get any sort of support.
Even when I open the software updater now and check for updates, it states that there are no updates available, which is clearly not the case.
If you want to try out alpha and beta releases, then be my guest and join the forums and update your phone manually. Just don’t expect everyone to be enthusiasts such as yourselves. The general public expects updates to be provided via FOTA releases or through the update app.