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posted 2014-12-21 21:43:15 +0200

[bug] wrong battery level reporting using bluetooth hands-free set

[technical information] * phone software: currently 1.1.1.27, observed bug in older versions, too * car: VW Golf VI (2012) * hands-free set: "Mobilfunkvorbereitung Premium" (using HFP) * The phone view of my car's onboard computer has a battery icon with 4 bars (example image (not from me): http://data.motor-talk.de/data/galleries/0/111/506/37845626/mfa-1-2446891996949761149-2518887524033295729.jpg - first of the three icons below "Telekom")

[observation] * The car's battery icon displays the remaining capacity in an unusual way: 100 - 95% --> 4 bars ("full") 95 - 30% --> 3 bars 30 - 10% --> 2 bars ("half-full") 10 - 5% --> 1 bars 5 - 0% --> 0 bars ("empty")

[expected behaviour] As you can see, the range where the car's icon says "3 bars" is too high. I'd expect the following ranges: 100 - 80% --> 4 bars ("full") 80 - 60% --> 3 bars 60 - 40% --> 2 bars ("half full") 40 - 20% --> 1 bars 20 - 0% --> 0 bars ("empty")

[other phones] Other phones which I have access to are Lumia 925, iPhone 4 and Samsung S4. All of them do the battery level reporting as I've expected. So I think the bug is not in my car's software but in jolla's.

[bug] wrong battery level reporting using bluetooth hands-free set

[technical information] *

  • phone software: currently 1.1.1.27, observed bug in older versions, too * car: VW Golf VI (2012) * (2012)
  • hands-free set: "Mobilfunkvorbereitung Premium" (using HFP) * HFP)
  • The phone view of my car's onboard computer has a battery icon with 4 bars (example image (not from me): http://data.motor-talk.de/data/galleries/0/111/506/37845626/mfa-1-2446891996949761149-2518887524033295729.jpg - first of the three icons below "Telekom")

[observation] *

  • The car's battery icon displays the remaining capacity in an unusual way: way:
  • 100 - 95% --> 4 bars ("full") ("full")
  • 95 - 30% --> 3 bars bars
  • 30 - 10% --> 2 bars ("half-full") ("half-full")
  • 10 - 5% --> 1 bars bars
  • 5 - 0% --> 0 bars ("empty")

[expected behaviour]

As you can see, the range where the car's icon says "3 bars" is too high. I'd expect the following ranges: * 100 - 80% --> 4 bars ("full") * 80 - 60% --> 3 bars * 60 - 40% --> 2 bars ("half full") * 40 - 20% --> 1 bars * 20 - 0% --> 0 bars ("empty")

[other phones]

Other phones which I have access to are Lumia 925, iPhone 4 and Samsung S4. All of them do the battery level reporting as I've expected. So I think the bug is not in my car's software but in jolla's.

[bug] wrong battery level reporting using bluetooth hands-free set

[technical information]

  • phone software: currently 1.1.1.27, observed bug in older versions, too
  • car: VW Golf VI (2012)
  • hands-free set: "Mobilfunkvorbereitung Premium" (using HFP)
  • The phone view of my car's onboard computer has a battery icon with 4 bars (example image (not from me): http://data.motor-talk.de/data/galleries/0/111/506/37845626/mfa-1-2446891996949761149-2518887524033295729.jpg - first of the three icons below "Telekom")

[observation]

  • The car's battery icon displays the remaining capacity in an unusual way:
  • 100 - 95% --> 4 bars ("full")
  • 95 - 30% --> 3 bars
  • 30 - 10% --> 2 bars ("half-full")
  • 10 - 5% --> 1 bars
  • 5 - 0% --> 0 bars ("empty")

[expected behaviour]

As you can see, the range where the car's icon says "3 bars" is too high. I'd expect the following ranges: * 100 - 80% --> 4 bars ("full") * 80 - 60% --> 3 bars * 60 - 40% --> 2 bars ("half full") * 40 - 20% --> 1 bars * 20 - 0% --> 0 bars ("empty")

[other phones]

Other phones which I have access to are Lumia 925, iPhone 4 and Samsung S4. All of them do the battery level reporting as I've expected. So I think the bug is not in my car's software but in jolla's.

[bug] wrong battery level reporting using bluetooth hands-free set

[technical information]

  • phone software: currently 1.1.1.27, observed bug in older versions, too
  • car: VW Golf VI (2012)
  • hands-free set: "Mobilfunkvorbereitung Premium" (using HFP)
  • The phone view of my car's onboard computer has a battery icon with 4 bars (example image (not from me): http://data.motor-talk.de/data/galleries/0/111/506/37845626/mfa-1-2446891996949761149-2518887524033295729.jpg - first of the three icons below "Telekom")

[observation]

  • The car's battery icon displays the remaining capacity in an unusual way:
  • 100 - 95% --> 4 bars ("full")
  • 95 - 30% --> 3 bars
  • 30 - 10% --> 2 bars ("half-full")
  • 10 - 5% --> 1 bars
  • 5 - 0% --> 0 bars ("empty")

[expected behaviour]

As you can see, the range where the car's icon says "3 bars" is too high. I'd expect the following ranges: * ranges:

  • 100 - 80% --> 4 bars ("full") * ("full")
  • 80 - 60% --> 3 bars * bars
  • 60 - 40% --> 2 bars ("half full") * full")
  • 40 - 20% --> 1 bars * bars
  • 20 - 0% --> 0 bars ("empty")

[other phones]

Other phones which I have access to are Lumia 925, iPhone 4 and Samsung S4. All of them do the battery level reporting as I've expected. So I think the bug is not in my car's software but in jolla's.