A factory reset sorted it all out for me, but this is a bit drastic
On Tue, 20 Sep 2016 at 18:11 Lucio Carreras <1615...@bugs.launchpad.net>
> 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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> Network Indicator / Connectivity-API is not accessible
> Status in Canonical System Image:
> Status in indicator-network package in Ubuntu:
> In Progress
> Bug description:
> 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
> wifi network.
> 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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