I have exactly the same issues, also with OTA 13. The log files, the
terminal output.. Everything is exactly the same. You mentioned a live
debugging session. Maybe we could start one these days. I have time from
7pm (Berlin time) every day.
Maybe we can find a solution.
I guess, this bug can be merged or marked as duplicate:
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Sometime in the last few days my phone lost the ability to connect to
wifi networks and the network indicator at the top has stopped
Currently between "Bluetooth" and "Sound" I have a gear icon and the
caption "indicator-network". When I select it, the rest of the screen
is blank. There are no settings available and no way to connect to a
On the System Settings app, if I tap on the "Wi-Fi" icon, I can see
"Previous networks". But below that the page is just white, there is
no way to select a wifi network.
Rebooting the phone doesn't seem to fix the problem.
Given that this is an MX4 and therefore the USB port doesn't work, and
there's no SD card slot, there's vanishingly few ways to get data in
and out of this phone now. If there's a solution to the problem, it's
going to have to involve something other than updating system
Current system software is Ubuntu 15.05 (OTA-12).
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