With the latest google phone (Pixel 3) there seems to be an issue with putting the device on charge mid flight. Ive tested this on multiple settings from highest to lowest and every time I plug the charger into the device mid flight the game freezes, comes up with Infinite Flight Not Responding and proceeds to close the app. Anyone had similar issues or know a fix?
I’ve experienced this with my Google Pixel 2 plenty of times before, but I figured it was just a phone problem. I recommend just clearing the app cache, and that usually solves my problem for a little bit.
It eventually comes back, and I have to clear the cache again. I thought this was just me experiencing this. 😂
Well, this only happens with Infinite Flight for me, so I do not believe Google will solve anything in this situation. This might be a compatibility issue for the Pixel Devices, or maybe because Pixel Devices use Android Version 9.0+.
Quick search and it seems like a problem that exists on a few google phones on multiple games, IF, clash of clans etc. Definitely contacting google as I cant see it being a issue with all of these top ranking apps
Possibly try booting up into safe mood then rebooting to normal mode. This seems to have worked for some people but hasn’t worked for me. First time going from apple to android and its not starting well.
Ok ive just managed to get round it, try, starting IF up as in battery save mode, go into a flight, before you plug the charger in remove battery save mode and then put on charge. Let me know if that works
Well, it seems that the phone has to be idle for a bit, then you unplug and it freezes, as I just tried to unplug my charger while climbing, and it didn’t freeze. It might be because the operating system wasn’t expecting such a change that quick after being idle for so long.
Im getting it if i plug in straight after take off, however Ive done two tests out of battery save mode and that seems to have fixed the problem. IF must be classed as a battery draining app and googles system for some reason interfears with IF causing the crash.
Probably, (not 100% sure), but that sounds like a reasonable reason why it probably did that. I’ve sent in a feedback ticket to Google on this issue. I’m DM you, (or reply in this topic if it is still open) if I have gotten a response.