yeah, this is a really an old issue. Nevertheless there are other problems
involved here - one thing is the app being unable to work after some change in
the connection but the other is the whole OS freezing and reinitializing itself
after about 10 to 60 seconds (not rebooting but starting directly from the
Ubuntu dotted loading screen).
I experience behaviour quite often to be honest, like 1 of 10 times I am
using my phone in a subway when my connection fluctuates from none any
(I've also seen this when my phone switched from cellular to wireless
and the vice versa). I am not sure what happens when my phone is in my
pocket untouched though. Sadly those spontaneous "almost-restarts" kill
all my applications and any stuff I may be working on there.
This happens for me on MX4 and I am not exactly sure when I saw it the
first time but it wasn't that long ago ... maybe something like
April/May 2016? (just a guess)
The system freeze bug I am experiencing may not be related to this
though, I am not sure. When Telegram ceases working for me I am usually
still able to kill it and start again, sometimes even send a message,
before the whole system stops responding. Then it takes up to two
minutes for it to realize it is stuck before it reinitializes itself.
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