Huawei announced the second batch for the HarmonyOS 3 beta update and Huawei Mate 30 is one of them. However, the phone users having issues with HarmonyOS 3, when accounts are logged in, also the 5G is not displayed.
Huawei has recently released the HarmonyOS 184.108.40.206 beta for the Mate 30 users to give a new user experience. But users should understand that a vast change in your smartphone will definitely impact its system somehow.
Exactly that happens with the Mate 30 users, after they successfully update their Huawei Mate 30 with HarmonyOS 3 operating system. Afterwards, they stuck with login issues, alongside the beta feedback assistant cannot be opened.
HarmonyOS 3 beta update comes with a number of new features and improvements for more personalized, new service widgets, widget stacking, and a large folders.
Some users suggests to resolve the Hauwei account logged in, the 5G icon, and also the beta feedback assistant issue with the following instructions:
- Uninstall the HMS current version and then re-update it again
- Rollback the HarmonyOS 3 and take follow proper guidelines before updating.
We recommend users follow proper guidelines before updating the HarmonyOS 3 version on their smartphone. For your concern you can check the note mentioned below:
Make sure that your Mate 30 series is running over the HarmonyOS 220.127.116.113 build version to grab the HarmonyOS 18.104.22.168. Additionally, we suggest that you make a backup of any crucial data.
After the upgrade, some third-party applications might not function properly. Update the apps to the most recent version from the Huawei App Store as a result.
The update also engages in a process of self-optimization and adaptability. This could cause your tablet to overheat, freeze, or charge slowly. But after a few days, it will return to normal.