How I can report the bugs I've detected in my firefox ZTE OPEN C with OS 1.3?
1. when I set the alarm this works erratically, is activated at the scheduled time and then comes back on at different times even when it was disabled.
2.-The consumption meter data is eventually restarted.
3. Lowering the brightness to the screen, it works while you are using the ZTE OPEN C. When goes to sleep and re-enter the brightness starts and stays full even when I check the control over it and is on low gloss position.
Additional System Details
- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:31.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/31.0
Hi JGM., This was a question that the support team also had. There is a limitation of what we can do to fix bugs on specific OEM builds, however there is a component in Bugzilla.mozilla.org called "Vendcom" that you can file them in with the tag [ZTE Open C 1.3][Componet] etc/
ZTE also has a support contact http://www.ztedevices.com/support/selectproduct.html?type=software and you can contact them there as well.
If you have any other questions, we are happy to help.
Regarding issue #1, I have not been able to reproduce this issue yet, but I have heard other reports from it. I opened a bug to track this issue:
Do you have any other insights on this bug?
Thanks for contributing to Firefox OS! =)
Thank you for your contribution, I will review the links recommended to see if any issues is associated with the issues (3) I asked here. If I do not get any I will open in Bugzilla.mozilla.org the corresponding bug.
Hi Ralph Daub,
Regarding issue #1, The sequence of steps I followed to set the alarm this steps: set time: 4:15 am / set frequency "M - T - W - T - F" / set sound / set vibrate: off / set snooze: 15min.
Now, trying to find a solution, I deleted the scheduled alarm and reprogram the same way and in the last 72 hours has not erroneously activated again.
Anyway I continue doing the respective follow to see what new circumstances failure will occur.
Regarding the other 2 bugs, I will open the respective cases Bugzilla.mozilla.org.
Thanks for the support.