I subscribe to Optus Sport, using an Optus SIM (BYO Plan), connecting by Wi-Fi to my Optus Cable Internet.
I am a loyal Optus customer, even though I cannot purchase the phone of my choice through Optus.
This remains an Optus problem being experienced by a loyal Optus customer.
I completely get that, but it's not a simple fix.
Google have only just released the update (for their flagship device).
Google releases the update → Manufacturer receives the update and it's optimised for their handset range → Manufacture releases their stock built to providers → The provider tests the update and optimises it for Network features/app compatibility → Update sent back to the manufacturer who'll roll it out OTT.
I just don't see how we'd be able to perform the necessary testing without a handset to roll the update to (that's just my thinking).
I've sent an email off to our content team for further info. I'll be sure to update this thread once I've received a response.
When you get the chance, can you send through a screen shot of the Help & Support screen,
Our team wants to obtain the code and app version details with appear at the bottom
FYI an update was rolled out today.
Latest app version - Android (v2.3.3).
The error on the Help & Support, Log a Case screen is here ...
The message is red is "There is an internal server error ..." ... This has been constant for a few days.
The Android App version is Android 9 v2.3.3#119
Thanks, I've forwarded that across.
I'll be in touch with an update.
Hey mate! I've received a response.
Our developers are across this one. They just advised me today they found the root cause.
It should be fix with the next app update – no set date yet, but our updates are quite frequent.
For now, you might have to stream using another device. I'll send another update through once we have a planned release date for the next OS app update.