The issue happens so scarcely now…and i have never been able to replicate it myslef calling my phone from a spare or secondary phone in hand.
I really think it is on the other callers end somehow.
The contact on Cspire that it happens with, was using a flip phone for a while, and it did it almost every-time he called. He got back his smartphone, 2 weeks ago, and it hasnt done it since. (but it did do it in the past with the same phone when he call me.)
But like i said, the issue can happen constantly, for days at a time, then not at all for as much as a month or 2. If it starts up again, perhaps, i can try something more…but he only calls me maybe 2x a week now, as apposed to pretty much each day back when issue first was noticed.
I was not aware that u can disable Doze mode globally via ADB.
That sounds like it would cause battery drain.
Assume u mean WiFi network? I use 5ghz. (80mhz.(5490-5570 MHz) chan 100 main channel. (100-114). What wifi i use makes no difference, as it has done this issue on my grandparents as well as works wifi, all different network equipment. I also have replaced my entire network setup since having my OG Pixel XL. (Asus consumer router, to full Ubiquiti router, switch and enterprise class AP) Made no change. ( i don’t recall if this issue happens when on cell only, i am very rarely away from wifi)
I didn’t mean to hijack this thread…the OP user @janicem.5rzxej maybe can give the ADB hack a try, see if that helps them if they are having the issue much more frequent.
I only have like 2 people that call me semi-often, so I am not very active with calls.