On many occasions we have praised the rush that is taking place Huawei to update a large part of its portfolio to EMUI 10 and EMUI 10.1. The latest version of this layer based on Android 10 is reaching many terminals in recent weeks, although the problems after updating are leading some users upside down. The latest ones reported have removed two key features of EMUI 10.1
It is quite normal that when a new version of the operating system is released, some problems start to emerge soon. However, software developers are continually on the alert to collect user reports and release patches as soon as possible. EMUI 10.1 brings interesting news to Huawei mobiles, although it is also bringing some other problem. We have already alerted you, and Huawei itself does, of the possible failures to upgrade to EMUI 10 with some compatibility errors with apps and other system elements.
EMUI 10.1 crashes continue
Since EMUI 10 and EMUI 10.1 started to reach the first mobiles, Huawei users have faced a number of problems. Recall that there have been problems with the photos, which since this update began to appear blurry on some devices. Just a few days ago, we also told you how several users reported problems with the battery, such as rapid exhaustion or charging failures, after receiving EMUI 10.1.
Call recording disappears
Now, the medium specialized in the Chinese brand, Huawei Central, returns to alert of problems with the last update. In this case, it is the disappearance of two new features such as call recording and resolution selection in the camera application. The call recording function, not available for all markets, but those users who had received the function, they have seen with surprise how it has suddenly disappeared. This option was within the settings of the telephone dialer.
Camera settings too
In addition, the terminals updated to this version can change camera resolution from screen application settings, along with the aspect ratio. However, many users have found that the resolution options have disappeared, leaving only the aspect ratios. This is strange, as these feature tweaks that come and go make more sense during beta processes, but not in stable releases that are released globally. We assume that Huawei is still behind the patches that fix all these errors, in order for EMUI 10.1 to become a stable layer in a short period of time.