This bug was declared fixed in the new update(1.5.5), but it still persists.
There is nothing in blocks, nor decompiling the apk, that is possible as a quick fix. I’ve already tried several ways (maybe I lack knowledge), but nothing has been able to prevent, even provisionally, this event.
Well, I have. What I mean is that, before this bug, if you set the screen orientation to Portrait it was so. But now, if you start a “portrait app” with your device in landscape position it will perform a quick flip from landscape to portrait. And that’s a bad, not expected, behavior.
If you use tiny on every boot and turn off screen boot animations, you should still have no problems.
When an application is first opened, if there are 10 pages in the application, all 10 pages are loaded at the same time and this creates various slowdowns and crashes depending on the nature of the application. Thinking about it, do you really need that many pages?
How few pages, how little and concise code; it is the correct coding.
At the core of programming and language learning lies this basic knowledge: the simpler you are, the faster and more accurate you will learn. Complex tasks always cause problems. Every problem has a simple solution.
This is not an important issue. Nobody cares about that. If you have a multi-screen application that is the problem, unwanted screen movements occur when switching to different screens. The solution to this is also very simple. It is necessary to turn off the animations when the screen is opening and closing, to make the background color black during screen changes, and to activate the splash screen by creating a delay of 800 ms.