If I save an event, and exit, I can normally see the event appear on the on widget immediately as well... I have to press the widget to open it and confirm it is there (which it always is). But that delay is likely the reason why I'm not getting my alerts. I have the app setup on my wife's i Phone and she gets them immediately.All of this did seem to happen after a recent update Samsung/AT&T pushed out but I don't know for sure. And I'm dreading the idea of a hard reset as I have many things on my phones, not all of which is sync'd to the cloud so it's a task to back things up appropriate. If I restart the phone, I will get notified right away (it's like it runs the app again and then I get the notification).I tried clearing the cache from the boot menu but it doesn't seem there is wide success with that. Specifically regarding "encrypted" apps like my password keeper app etc. Keep in mind, this is AFTER i disabled the battery optimization feature for the Ring app. I won't have any text notification in the notification panel, nor will my messaging icon have a little red circle indicating a message is there.And perhaps I'm just not a good enough user, but everything isn't all backed up in the cloud so doing the factory reset to me is always a fairly large task as I have many things to manually transfer out and then back in. It would be great if there was a software application that allowed you to backup whatever is necessary to not lose data, then wipe the phone and instead of just simply restoring the full phone (which is likely to create the same problem one had before the hard reset), you could simply dump back in app data as needed. But if I open the app, a specification conversation will have a red circle indicating a new text is unread.Better yet, the list expands back a couple of years.Included are phones such as the Galaxy S6 and Note 5 from 2015.
By default, the Status column has a filter applied and only devices with an Unassigned status display.
reported the display issue earlier this month after several customers who pre-ordered the phones in South Korea began posting photographs and complaints to social media sites.
After "Galaxy S8 Red Screen" began trending on the county's largest search engine, Naver, Samsung released a statement to Color Balance.
) seemingly reveals Samsung’s plans for Oreo updates in the coming weeks and months.
This hasn’t been confirmed by the company, so take it with a grain of salt, but if it is true, it’s a really solid collection.