This makes some changes to how time ranges are calculated (might fix some issues with some localizations), and it switches all the timer events to rtc wakeup alerts instead of scheduled alarms.
In theory, this will help devices which didn't like completing all the config of the interfaces during a normal wakeup. It's been working pretty consistently on my test devices so far with the rtc wakeups.
The most recent report google has is still for r54 (at the same section I put the attempted fix in, so I can tell that it's not using R55), not sure if it is still pending in their system or what.
(and yes, I have a plan for dynamic debug logging ;)
This fixes a crash that happens ONLY in NEW installs (or installs where you cleared data), because it was a typo in the initial database creation code.
If you're hit w/ the crash from R41 beta, uninstall, then install this update, and you should be good.
This includes the new UI, including the start of an alerts system on insecure configurations (background scanning, etc, with future alerts for open networks and wpa with no certs in the works), the addition of some new functionality (pause and add a network instead of racing the timeout).
The general goal has been the simplification of the UI and user interaction while still preserving the functionality and the information. Hopefully some aspects of behavior are a lot clearer now.
Also fixed some weirdo bugs that have been lurking (opening learned networks broke the service binding in the UI for a while) and other quirks.
This is pushed into git under the 'material' branch. Anyone who is interested in doing translations, I have updated the TRANSLATIONS file to indicate what's been deleted and the new strings that have been added; there's a lot changed in this version since the UI was re-done, but in the future it should be much smaller changesets to the strings file. In general I tried to reduce the quantity of text and the number of variations, and I got rid of the giant readme html file I don't think anyone actually really read.
Please test and let me know how it works - so much has changed that some bugs easily could have crept in. I've been running it on my devices for the past week or so as I wrapped up the final changes, but having it out in the wild will be the real test.
It should show up via beta on play soon.
Getting closer to getting all the weirdness worked out...
Jellybean crash was just an API mismatch in the alarm scheduler, fortunately.
Also introduces 'aggressive tower check', which is on by default. This wakes up once every 60 seconds and looks at what the current tower is - it seems like a number of devices don't send tower state broadcasts when the screen is off, so this should be a reasonable compromise.
There shouldn't be any noticeable battery drain from doing so (one wakeup a minute with minimal work being done is pretty mild) but I'll be keeping an eye on test devices to make sure.
This should fix the UI problems on android 5.
There are a bunch of changes under the hood which will become more apparent over time (dagger, ottobus communication, much better code organization), which will let me move towards handling broken towers (boy, there's a lot of them) and user-disabling wifi better in the future.
Right now the behavior should be the same, it's just using events for some of the triggers rather than callbacks. Definitely let me know if there are any crashes.
The switches turned out to be a problem with theming - L appears to have gotten rid of the base Translucent theme used by the quickconfig dialog. Switched to a manually-created translucent theme for that and it appears to work fine on L and pre-L.
Due to some quirks in how the appcompat library works, you'll see L-style switches in preferences, but not in the main display right now. Ultimately everything will be moving towards a material theme, but wanted to get the UI glitch fix out there for testing before going down that rabbit hole.
Off in the distance of a dark room a quiet "plink..."
Well, that's 64 gig I'll probably never see again.
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