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Huawei phones facing charging issues after HarmonyOS update



Huawei HarmonyOS charging issues

Huawei is currently seeding the latest HarmonyOS update in its smartphone and tablet segment. Recently, the company has also released a list of 89 devices, which have upgraded to the HarmonyOS build version in China.

According to the information, Huawei HamronyOS update brings new devices such as MateView, smartwatches, wristbands, and more support for the Super Device feature. Further, it adds Senior Mode settings and also includes fixes for ringtone issues.

After installing the latest HarmonyOS, several Huawei smartphone users have reported the charging issues on the forum. Regarding this, a Huawei user describes this as a really very annoying issue because the charging speed is now much slower than the previous version.

In addition to this, the overall performance of the device is also affected and not smooth as before. Also, the device is lagging a lot and freezes in some scenarios. These major issues occurred just after the updating to the latest HarmonyOS version.

Huawei HarmonyOS charging issues

Huawei HarmonyOS charging issues: Solutions

On this matter, several Huawei users have replied and suggested some solutions to get rid of these issues. Let’s check the solution below.

It is suggested to use the original Huawei 66W charger and try to maintain the temperature. Because much heating can slower the charging speed. Also, don’t buy Huawei chargers from third-party sources. For once, check data cable or adaptor is working properly or not.

Still, the problem is not solved then visit the nearest Huawei customer center for testing. It is recommended you to bring the three-guarantee certificate and valid purchase bill.

On the flip side, Huawei users are hoping for Huawei to fix these issues with the next update rollout. We expect that this information will be useful for you. You can also leave your thoughts in the comment section.

Huawei HarmonyOS charging issues

|Source: Huawei|

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