Adding the config block mentioned earlier to
config.xml seems to fix the problem for us on both of our TC56 test devices.
We tested both with the Enterprise Home Screen launcher as well as the normal/default Android launcher.
We still have the
ion-menu in our app.
We did a quick run through our app, but we dont see any “not so beautiful” UI elements? What do you mean by that?
The only change/improvement we see/want is that our status bar at the top and at the bottom are no longer white (and/or flickering).
The bottom bar with the Android back/home/recent buttons stays black, as we want.
The bar at the top changes to a desired color for certain pages as we defined in code.
So for us it seems you provided a real fix. We dont see any downside at this moment.
We provided a test build to one of our customers in order to test on more devices.
I still have tickets pending at Zebra, but their first response was to ask for support at Ionic (or Chrome for the WebView part).
They are currently still investigating, but Ill provide this information to them, depending on what they come back with.