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Help continued....

(Topic created on: 05-11-2022 05:09 PM)
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Ottawalker
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I really hate to harp on this but I do find it annoying. 
I mentioned before about my music (tracks) are not appearing on my dash display.
That was with my note 20 ultra. Yet, when I use my S9+ it works just fine, as shown above.
There has to be a fix for this????
It was working just fine before the update to Version 12
Please, somebody look into this.

Thank you!!!! 
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Cassidy
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After each major Android update, it's better to make a Wipe Cache Partition
1. Hold the Power button and Volume Down to open the power options where choose the Power off.
2. When the screen goes dark press the Volume Up and Power keys together.
3. Let go of all held buttons when you see the Recovery mode on the screen.
4. Then you should select Wipe cache partition. Use Volume Up to navigate and the Power button to accept it.
5. Choose Yes and press the Power key to confirm that operation.
6. After that select Reboot system now with the Power key."
RedDogRabbit
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Personally, after any Android version update, I always backup my device with Smart Switch & Factory Reset. Even after monthly Security Patch Updates, I always Boot into Recovery & Wipe Cache.

By following this routine, I've never had any issues.

You may want to give it a try. 

Cassidy
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When i make a Wipe Cache Partition, it resolved all of my little problems and never had any issues after...
I never made any factory reset on any of my devices and they are # 1 ...maybe i'm lucky...
RedDogRabbit
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Maybe you are lucky. I know that over the last couple of years, I've experienced touch screen issues after Android version updates, before I had the chance to Factory Reset, it was never anything major, Diagnostics didn't detect any problems, and this happened on two different devices. I noticed that I'd have to press harder, or a couple of times, for what shouldn't be the case. Think it happened on my S9+ and again on my S20 Ultra.

You shouldn't really have to do either a Wipe Cache or Factory reset, there's a script which is supposed to "clean out any junk", but it's not always as effective as it could be.

I got into the habit of doing a Factory Reset from testing custom Roms, where sometimes you might Flash 5 or 6 test builds in a day, and you had to Factory Reset BEFORE each new build. 

Cassidy
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Ottawalker
If after wiping cache don't make any differences, it's because Google (android 12) or Samsung (One UI 4.x) change the way to make work the application and/or the properties.
Example : When i received my S22, i had HDR in the camera settings and after the big update, they removed this important feature...As photographer, THEY make me hate my S22's device...this is ridiculous to make something like that. I don't understand why Developers did this grrrrrr
I know we have to take Expert Raw from Samsung if we want HDR on S22 but i hate to change application to get what was there BEFORE THE UPDATE
Brantley
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Hi, we suggest you to Try the steps provided by Cassidy.

RedDogRabbit
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Saying this based on...?