Huawei Mate 20 was the best smartphone with a great quad-camera system that provides high-quality pictures with lots of details. But, every best device also has some faults. Recently, some users reported that they are facing a camera bug, the screen goes freeze while recording videos.
As per the information given by the Huawei Mate 20 users, they are stuck with some camera-related issues, which occur while recording the video, the recording parameter is 4K, the screen goes frozen in between capturing videos.
The user also mentions that the system is running on the latest version of HarmonyOS 2.0. While other users refer that the issue occurs when the camera has been running constantly because TimeClock constantly keeps the camera running.
To check whether this issue is on your device or your device is affected by this bug is to try out the camera application now. Also, we recommend that if the camera system freezes and you will need to restart the device.
Whereas other users wrote that, the recorded video would freeze because, in video mode, the camera preview interface is in HDR output mode. When the overall scene is dark or the difference between light and dark is clear, the camera can ensure the details of high and low brightness parts at the same time.
If recording gets stuck, you can set-restore to the default value and try to avoid violent shaking while recording the video. Some cameras have an optical image stabilization function that can reduce image blurring due to external jitter.
It is recommended to update the phone system in a timely manner and take data backup before upgrading the device. In the condition that if the camera is stuck and forced to exit then, do-follow the given step for settled down:
- Enter Settings
- Then, Find Application management
- Search Camera, and click Storage
- Then, Delete data
Note: This operation will not delete gallery photos, only restore camera settings.
Huawei P30 Lite EMUI software bricked severely
A consumer has recently purchased Huawei P30 Lite and post unboxing it has received 3 back to back software updates. To be mentioned, the phone ships with EMUI 9.1 out of the box.
The user told us that these software updates have been installed successfully but the version upgrade to EMUI 10.0 wasn’t.
As per the user, EMUI 10.0.0.168 had a size of 3.99GB, which brings a number of new features to the smartphone. The update package has been downloaded and verified.
As the Huawei P30 Lite restarts the screen shows an EMUI installation failed message, which is usually seen in bricked phones. The issue appears when the phone failed to install EMUI software on Huawei devices.
Recovery doesn’t work:
Once occurred, Huawei phones have an option to download the recovery EMUI image. However, it is a major flaw that we’ve seen on many Huawei devices that this option is totally useless as it doesn’t work at all on any Huawei smartphone, once its EMUI kernel is bricked.
How does It happen?
The EMUI brick issue has been there for a long time, and we’ve seen several scenarios, where the user cannot do anything since the bootloader is locked. In this kind of situation, the consumer must have to visit Huawei customer care to get a resolution.
On the other side, we can assume that smartphone software brick issues could be related to user activity. As any accessive interaction might cause the device to disturb the installation procedure.
Huawei P30 Lite is an exceptional smartphone and consumers around the globe currently enjoying the latest EMUI 12 onboard. However, this story is quite terrifying and we hope that the user resolves it via the customer care center.
Huawei Mate 30 HarmonyOS 3 beta users having issues with sign in
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 126.96.36.199 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 188.8.131.523 build version to grab the HarmonyOS 184.108.40.206. 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.
Huawei P30 Pro user facing camera focus bug, blurry view and random crash
Huawei P30 Pro is one of the best flagships in the market, the phone not only comes with a great design but is also packed with an amazing quad camera system. The camera has its own specialty as it could take you farther than ever with its first in the world periscope zoom.
However, a user has recently reached us via Twitter and shared a major bug in the Huawei P30 Pro camera. According to the user, a Huawei P30 Pro camera bug continues to cause focus loss on the frame, while operating the camera app.
Also, the viewport is blurry due to no focused area selected on the view. Meanwhile, the user noted that the camera is working fine on an ultra-wide angle and macro modes.
However, focus loss is not the only bug because the camera app on Huawei P30 Pro also crashes randomly with a message that “cannot connect to camera” or freezes completely. This is quite a frustrating bug but there’s more.
Following these occurrences, the user reached out to customer care service, which confirmed that this could be a software issue and the user may have to wait for the next rollout.
After upgrading to EMUI 12?
There’s more to know, the user reported that the latest camera issues on his Huawei P30 Pro appeared right after upgrading to EMUI 12 version. However, the phone was working correctly on EMUI 11. Yet now, the downgrade from EMUI 12 to EMUI 11 won’t resolve this at all.
On a further note, the user has already cleared the cache of the camera app but the problem still persisted on his P30 Pro.
Yes, it seems a software bug and we have to wait until the problem resolves from Huawei’s end. Are you facing such camera issues on your Huawei P30 Pro after EMUI 12 upgrade? Let us know in the comment below.
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— HC Newsroom (@HCNewsroom) August 29, 2022