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Huawei Mate 20 X getting charging issue after upgrading over HM OS 2.0.0.219

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Recently, Huawei Mate 20 X 5G users grabbed the December 2021 HarmonyOS update, which brings optimizations for system security and stability. But, after upgrading some Huawei Mate 20 X 5 users are disappointed and started facing the charging issue in their smartphones.

As per the report by the user that after the Mate 20 X 5G is upgraded to HarmonyOS 2.0.0.219 version update, the two lightning symbols for 40W super-fast charging are gone.

The owner also mentions that the 40W super-fast charger has become a normal charger at that, and the 66W super-fast charger is only a big one and a small one to charge the phone, and ever after restarts, these two lighting symbols are also invalid.

The user also mentions that before this they also change the table using the same charger and as a result, the pad is charged in a super-fast way, the tablet is running over the HarmonyOS 2.0.0.219 version (the name of the table hasn’t been mentioned).

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Huawei Mate 20 X charging issue

In reply to Huawei Mate 20 X 5G charging issue, some users suggested their opinion to solve it. They recommended that to use Huawei’s original charger and data cable. You should make sure that the charging port is clean and the port connection is stable before charging the phone.

Moreover, if the above method doesn’t solve the issue they must visit the Huawei service store to check it, users should bring three packs of certificates and valid purchase certificates.

It is also recommended to make a backup before, and the third party applications like WeChat and QQ need to be backed up separately. The user also mentions some commonly used service center links mentioned below.

Service shop
Repair spare parts price query
Appointment service
Repair service
Warranty Policy
Warranty status query
Official retail store

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(Source: Huawei)

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Camera issue on Huawei P30 Pro remains even after November update

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Huawei recently started pushing November 2022 software update for the P30 Pro smartphone in the global market but there’s no effective fix to a camera issue. Users reached us and mentions that the camera focus bug remains persistent even after installing November 2022 software update.

Since May, we’re reporting about Huawei P30 Pro and its camera issue. However, Huawei should have fixed it by now. Since it’s still unfixed, consumers are having trouble taking pictures with their Huawei P30 Pro.

According to the information, there are various bugs and issue spotted in the Huawei P30 Pro. These include loss of focus (automatic) while focusing on a subject, and unable to focus on a subject or a scene.

In some cases, the Huawei P30 Pro camera app is randomly crashing and it’s quite annoying.

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November 2022 Update:

Past rollout reveals that Huawei P30 Pro is receiving November 2022 EMUI software update with improved system security. However, the changelog doesn’t mention any specific fixes for the camera or related features.

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Software issue:

To be mentioned, the majority of the Huawei P30 Pro users found this issue after upgrading to the latest EMUI version, EMUI 12. They stated that the phone was working fine just before we installed the newest update.

So it could be a software issue and a patch or improvements update may fix it. However, we don’t a clue what Huawei is doing in this matter.

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Nothing is working:

Some users on the Huawei China community suggest that this issue could be resolved by clearing the camera cache from App’s settings. But it didn’t work at all.

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Do you have any solution?

Yes, this camera issue is bugging a lot of Huawei P30 series owners. So, share your thoughts and solution if you have any in the tweet below.

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Check for updates:

Meanwhile, we suggest you keep an eye on the software update section to see if there are a patch or software updates rolls out for this specific camera bug.

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I was shocked to see this HarmonyOS 3 bug

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After installing a patch for the SuperHub feature, my Huawei smartphone with HarmonyOS 3 acted weirdly due to a bug. Because it has lapsed a feature that was there and I like the most in this operating system.

Following the update, the app snippets also known as app swipe-up gestures vanished from the home screen. I was shocked to see that happen.

As you can see in the screenshot, the bar under the app icons disappeared. That’s not it, the feature also stopped working. This was quite strange, as I thought that the feature has now been removed.

However, the solution was easy to knit and it was right before my very eyes. All I have to do is to restart the phone, which restored the feature as well as its user interface appearance.

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Bug:

Bugs and glitches are usual to see in any development software or feature that could appear at any time. Since Huawei is continuously adding new features to HarmonyOS, we can expect these minor glitches to shock us, just like this one.

Be noted, the bug appeared after I installed HarmonyOS 3.0.0.163, which brings a number of new features for smart devices.

App Snippets:

Huawei App Snippets allows you to open key features of an app without opening that app. This is quite a useful feature that allows and you won’t find such capability in other smartphone operating systems such as Android and iOS.

You just have to swipe up on an app icon to open a floating window with key features. For example, if you swipe over the browser app icon, the floating window will show a search bar, bookmark bar, and scan button. There’s also a pin button on the top right corner of the window to make it a service widget.

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Android 13 QPR1 beta 3.1 removes Vo5G on some Pixel 7

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A few days ago, Google rolled out Android 13 QPR1 Beta 3.1 for beta testers, and some users reported losing Vo5G on some Google Pixel 7 smartphones. Google is rolling out the Android 13 QPR1 Beta 3.1 patch (T1B3.221003.008) for Pixel 4a, 5, 5a, 6, 6 Pro, 6a, 7, and 7 Pro series devices.

Vo5G:

Vo5G is similar to the voice in today’s 4G networks. In 4G LTE, voice calls are implemented as end-to-end Voice over IP (VoIP) connections managed by an IMS core. Voice and video communication services in these networks ride on top of the IP data connection. When the call happens over LTE, it is called Voice over LTE (VoLTE), and when it is over Wi-Fi, it is known as Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi).

Issue:

A Pixel 7 user on Reddit wrote: “Just noticed that it’s gone now, was there in beta 3.0 – anyone else?” Another user in the comment replied with a solution that the Android 13 QPR1 beta 3.1 Vo5G issue may require it to re-enable manually.

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Android 13 QPR1 Beta 3.1 Vo5G

However, a user revealed that the option is gone and there’s no way to get it back. On the other hand, a user shared instructions to get this option back on phone (here’s the link)

Android 13 QPR1 Beta 3.1 is available to download for the existing beta build. As it may take up to 24 hours to receive the OTA update on your device. You can check for updates by going to Settings > System > System updates.

Below you can check all of the Android 13 QPR1 Beta 3.1 release notes:

  • Fixed issues where a device’s GPU drivers sometimes caused the system UI to freeze during normal device use.
  • Fixed an issue where Pixel phones sometimes displayed an incorrect “Missed call” notification instead of “Call answered on another device” when the call was answered remotely by Pixel Watch (in untethered mode).
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused the Google Camera app to crash.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented Google Assistant from being activated by hotword on some devices.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented motion-based gestures, such as “Lift to check phone” or “Flip to Shhh”, from working on some devices.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused artifacts to display when recording or viewing video on some devices.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused the Google Camera app to launch slowly.
    Fixed an issue for Pixel 6a devices that sometimes caused the CarrierSettings to crash when inserting a SIM card.
  • Fixed that issue that prevented the “Go to browser” option in the notification shade from working while using an instant app.
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