Alirazairshad, 30 Apr 2017I had updated a month ago. Since then I had a great issue with Battery draining so fast. Then ... moreI did a factory reset just after the update and still the battery drains like crazy.
I'm hoping it's something related to the machine learning EMUI 5 has and that it will go away with time, as the phone finishes optimizing itself to my usage...
Mohsin1988, 30 Apr 2017How you resloved it...please share with us to.
I also got nouget today but I am waiting for r... moreI had updated a month ago. Since then I had a great issue with Battery draining so fast. Then I called the Huawei care center. They told me that it is very important to factory reset your mobile after upgrading nougat because after upgrading some bugs are left behind. So to clean your mobile with old bugs you should reset your mobile.
I had this issue for a month. But now after resetting my mobile the battery is working nice.
Please do tell me if my answer helped you.
Alirazairshad, 30 Apr 2017Yahooooo. I finally resolved my Battery draining issue that occurred after updating to naugat.... moreHow you resloved it...please share with us to.
I also got nouget today but I am waiting for reviews after update then Il decide to update or not.
Anonymous, 30 Apr 2017Anyone having problems with watermark in camera? Mine can't show temperature, wind conditions.Add permission in camera app and first time when you going to take pic with watermark allow 'connect to mobile data'.
Anyone having problems with watermark in camera? Mine can't show temperature, wind conditions.
Yahooooo. I finally resolved my Battery draining issue that occurred after updating to naugat.
Now the battery performance is same as that of marshmallow.
Should i buy this phone now, its 2gb version and i read your all comments about it but no one said you should buy it.. Suggest me pls..
EiK, 29 Apr 201729.04.2017 update avaible to Android 7.0. Good work Huawei.Hi, what model ?
Traian, 29 Apr 2017I can confirm the battery issue after the update to Nougat, on L31 (3gb ram - Romania).
Did t... moreOk, my Nougat (L31) battery test has now concluded and the results are:
~23.5 hours performance with one charge, this breaking down into: ~11.5 hours of standby and ~12 hours of moderate usage (2-3 short calls, web browsing, facebook, youtube - screen brightness set to 50%).
- The biggest battery drainers were Android OS and Standby time.
On Marshmallow I was getting around 36 hours with one charge, under the same conditions.
- The results clearly show poor Android optimisation for this device, as Nougat should bring some improvements regarding battery life (Doze).
So we've waited 3 months for something that's broken (no wonder people buy iPhones and stuff)...
- If you want a new interface with slightly improved performance, better security, Vulkan API and maybe future updates, and don't mind sacrificing battery performance, then go ahead and update to Nougat.
- If you value battery performance more than anything else, then stay on Marshmallow.
I got nougat a week ago, i'm sure it will come for you guys soon, btw it works amazing on my p9 lite and ut made my phone faster. 😉
I got android 7.0 update a week ago, it's not beta i got the final one. I'm sure all of you will get it soon. Btw it works great and it made my p9 lite faster. 😉
Let's call this section : "Nougat Waiting and Crying" section coz that's how it sounds like...summoning the devil is easier than getting nougat.
I can confirm the battery issue after the update to Nougat, on L31 (3gb ram - Romania).
Did the update yesterday (1.99 gb in size) and immediatly after, I did a factory reset, so the phone is clean.
In 9.5 hours of standby (closed all backgroud apps, wifi/data off) the battery dropped 14%.
This is unacceptable, as on Marshmallow I was getting ~2% drop in the same coditions.
I'll try to contact Huawei about this...