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Data connection for Android Apps is currently working and I don't know why.

asked 2019-08-13 06:58:08 +0300

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updated 2019-08-14 10:09:10 +0300

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Good morning. I had the same issue with missing mobile data for most Android Apps like so many other people on tjc with XA2/O2 Germany. Since I have two sims on my contract my current workaround is to use another phone as wifi hotspot for my Jolla. So I did last night, since there was no data connectivity for Android, and went to bed later but left the hotspot switched on. Now, on my way to work, I suddenly realized that I have mobile data for all Android Apps for no reason. I didn't really change a thing except for installing some Android Apps like firefox, looping and O2 Bill Manager but that really can't explain what happened. There was no Jolla update. I dare to switch back to (any) WiFi Hotspot now because I fear the connectivity might get broken again... I rather wonder if this is an operator related issue (firewalls?) or maybe some routing problem on the phone?

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answered 2019-08-14 01:14:38 +0300

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updated 2019-08-14 01:16:06 +0300

happy to see u got mobiledata on android, me also a frustrated o2 client just reflashed everything but was not as lucky as u r..... hopefully it stays operational after a reboot.... could u just link ur observations also to this thread: https://together.jolla.com/question/209532/track-down-mobile-data-issue-android-xa2-310/

cause this on is tracked by jolla and perhabs it could help to solve this problem for all of us...

thx in advance

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answered 2019-08-14 09:13:38 +0300

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Update: After a reboot mobile data for android apps was gone again. Android settings say mobile data was disabled. Enabling mobile data in android settings has no effect, as it gets automatically disabled instantly. Here is an android settings screenshot: image description

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