@celesteh, could you please point out which version of /e/ came with EN support and in which version it got removed?
I'm asking because I have been using /e/ on my FP2 since 0.13 (which reported "noen" in the microG version) and IIRC, every upgrade since also had the "noen" tag.
The short answer is that I don't know. It worked when my phone was new and I noticed that it had stopped working a week or two ago. I'm guessing it was the most recent or the version right before the most recent one.
This effected my phone which I installed myself and my spouse's phone, which was purchased directly from /e/
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