MAX V7.01_20170613 Android 7.0 ROM - SPFT + OTA release

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MAX V7.01_20170613 Android 7.0 ROM - SPFT + OTA release

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 Author| Post time 2017-6-24 08:39:08 | Show all posts
Your USB cable might be shorted, so please stop using it. Only a compatible USB type-C cable should be available at local stores.
You can buy a UMi Super stock PE charger + cable together here: https://goo.gl/k4kkSn It's compatible with MAX as well. Another compatible solution is the ROCK charger.

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Post time 2017-6-25 12:17:28 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2017-6-24 08:39
Your USB cable might be shorted, so please stop using it. Only a compatible USB type-C cable should  ...

Thank you

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Post time 2017-6-26 19:49:11 | Show all posts
Edited by ellekv at 2017-6-26 19:52 \n\nHello,

I installed the first Nougat version, but I downgraded to Marshmallow because of some issues.
Last week, I've decided to try again with this version, but the same problems are still present:

- Bluetooth connection is unstable: it keeps connecting and disconnecting from bluetooth handfree, sometimes it keeps the connection for 1 hour, sometimes it loses it every couple of minutes. No issues with another smartphone with Lollipop, less disconnections with Marshmallow on Umi Max. I've tried all the workaround I found on the web, but no ways to get it stable

- Wi-Fi connection: very unstable even if the distance from the router is just a couple of meters, the icon on the notification bar kepps jumping from full when transmitting to 1 bar only, and it disconnects very often.

- Ringtones, notifications and alarms: after a couple of days without restarting the phone, suddenly ringtones, notifications, sms ringtone and alarms are not played. No way to be informed about incoming calls or messages, and the risk to be late at work because the alarm doesn't play. If I try to play any of the mp3 files on my device, they are not played, but the system sounds ( e.g. screen lock and unlock ) are always played.
A phone reboot solves the issue.

I think I'll downgrade again to marshmallow

P.S. I've updated with SP Flash Tool and I've wiped the cache partition right after the update

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Post time 2017-6-26 21:57:19 | Show all posts
Obviously there is a problem about battery draining..Update not fixed.. Phone can not deep sleep..{wifi scanning disabled}. Wakelock detector shows Androis system - Alarm wakes. Attached screenshots.
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Post time 2017-6-27 23:30:59 | Show all posts
Edited by MihaiBGT at 2017-6-27 23:49 \n\n
Same here about battery draining, @ozkaya84. Here are BIG energy loses. And it's getting very very hot when watching videos on YouTube or playing games even for short time.. like 10 minutes, with ~50% screen luminosity.

@bencebacsi, could you tell us a approximate date for a future update?
I want to downgrade to Android 6 since all Android 7 updates are fully of bugs and I don't know if I should do it or wait for next update (for example, if it will be available after 2 months, I better use Android 6).
 Author| Post time 2017-6-28 12:09:28 | Show all posts
MihaiBGT replied at 2017-6-27 23:30
Edited by MihaiBGT at 2017-6-27 23:49 \n\n
Same here about battery draining, @ozkaya84. Here are BI ...

Sorry but I'm not sure whether this model will receive further updates in the future anytime. I can reach about 6 days of standby time with this phone using this latest update (wifi on and connected + a sim card and an sd card installed + 60 custom apps installed) and it doesn't get hot while playing youtube videos. Processor hungry games make it warmer, of course but that's pretty normal.
In such cases when I can't reproduce an issue and I don't get detailed info about it, I can recommend only to flash your device with SP Flash Tool, then start to test it without installing your custom apps and without an sd card installed. Unfortunately, I cannot check and analyze your specific device remotely.

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Post time 2017-6-28 16:54:47 | Show all posts
Edited by MihaiBGT at 2017-6-28 21:45 \n\n
bencebacsi replied at 2017-6-28 12:09
Sorry but I'm not sure whether this model will receive further updates in the future anytime. I ca ...

Thank you for your reply. I will try to flash it using this update, maybe there were something wrong from the past.. Hope it will work better after flashing.
Hm, so this will stay a Android 7.0 phone? No 7.1 update?

First edit: Just flashed. Before start flashing, the battery percentage was 26%. After flashing, it was 51%, so yeah.. Now it's charging, hope it will work fine as it should starting today.
Thank you for your advice, Ben!

Second edit: it seems it doesn't work as it should. Nothing changed after flashing.

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 Author| Post time 2017-6-29 09:45:48 | Show all posts
MihaiBGT replied at 2017-6-28 16:54
Edited by MihaiBGT at 2017-6-28 21:45 \n\n
Thank you for your reply. I will try to flash it using t ...

Charge the battery to 100% percent and flash your phone again when the battery is fully charged. The battery will be recalibrated at the first boot-up.

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Post time 2017-6-29 18:42:53 | Show all posts
Should I flash it using firmware upgrade?

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Post time 2017-6-29 19:39:40 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2017-6-29 09:45
Charge the battery to 100% percent and flash your phone again when the battery is fully charged. T ...

Will try this too, thanks.
Do you think it's a good idea to buy a new battery even if this I'm using now is not "pregnant"? And if the answer is "yes", could you recommend me a place to buy one to be sure it is 100% brand new, please?
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