Hi, I made a snack where I set one channel to high and another to max. However, when I run the project, they show up in my phone as max for both of them.
I expect channel a to be Urgent and channel b to be High. I read the docs and it said that the default settings can only be set when the channel is initially created. I verified that I had never run anything else on this device before, so I know that I specified the desired settings of Urgent (
'max') and High (
'high') when they were first created as is necessary. And I never changed them in the Android settings GUI.
If the Expo app unconditionally sets channel priority to Urgent, how can I test that my app will correctly set the priority to high instead of max when I publish a standalone app? Or am I somehow doing something wrong (i.e., is the behavior of
priority: 'high' supposed to be the same as
priority: 'max' for some reason I don’t know)?
Thanks for any help.
I’m using a OnePlus5 with latest OxygenOS. EDIT: This is a OnePlus5 running OxygenOS-5.1.5 (Android-8.1.0 Android Security Patch level 2018-08-01). Based on the OnePlus forums, I suspect that this might be an OxygenOS bug. Please help me confirm by letting me know if if the snack produces the behavior I see for you if you and include your phone model and software versions. Particularly, if other OnePlus5 users have the same issue and non-OnePlus5 users don’t have the issue, that’d be helpful to know.
EDIT: A friend with OxygenOS-5.1.11 on a OnePlus6 also repros this. We need input from someone with a different phone brand still