Ab, 26 Oct 2020I saw notification on my screen to upgrade my Nokia 3.1 from Android 8.1 to Android 10. I star... moreHi,
I would try to keep turning it on until the end of the day with an hour between each attend and of that doesn't work try to get in contact with the Nokia support. If you can't get in contact go see your closet trusted phone specialist.
Hope this helps
stefan, 08 Nov 2020i have a nokia 3.1 dual sim it made the upgrade to android 10 with no problem it lasted like h... moreThe same thing happened to my nokia 3.1 after an OTA update to Android 10. I have tried several times to install stock flash roms to no avail until I found this article which revived the phone. https://technastic.com/nokia-stuck-in-download-mode-fix/
Your device always saves a copy of the previous OS installed on one of two partition slots. If an update bricks your phone, there is a good chance that you can still unbrick it just by switching to the previous firmware.
git, 21 Oct 2020how long does this update take to update?. its been almost an hour waiting for the phone to re... moreI updated my Nokia 3.1 to android 10....was nice but it's drain battery life....and to charge the battery full, it takes hours...
i have a nokia 3.1 dual sim it made the upgrade to android 10 with no problem it lasted like half of hour or so. But android 10 (android one not pie or something else) is too much for this phone configuration it works slow in almost all aplications. the difference between android 9 and android 10 is that on android 9 the phone become hot if you use it too much but orked smood and well, and in android 10 is always cold but works hard. the battery is still for 1 day in normal use.
I saw notification on my screen to upgrade my Nokia 3.1 from Android 8.1 to Android 10. I started it and the phone requested a restart. After about 4 attempts to switch on, the phone went completely off and hasn't come back on for about two hours now. I've tried switching it on severally but it only attempted about 4 times and wentn off. Any advice, please?
I have android 9 pie,should i update to android 10 or not? 9 version is better for nokia 3.1 like battery life and smoothness or not?
how long does this update take to update?. its been almost an hour waiting for the phone to restart but it keeps looping at the android one screen. does anyone else have this issue when updating their nokia 3.1 to android 10?
According to various groups this 10 update has completely shafted there 3.1
AnonD-804996, 08 Oct 2020I honestly haven't had any. And I've gone through iOS 12, 13 and now 14. All the mom... moreSome people are lucky some are not , sometimes I think issues can arise with poor network integration with device features , like my O2 messes with my SMS messaging if I have 4g or wi-fi calling activated .
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2020iPhone updates are not always without issues though are they :-) I use both Android and iOS ... moreI honestly haven't had any. And I've gone through iOS 12, 13 and now 14. All the moment updates go live. I didn't have any particular issues with Android either, it's just that I didn't get them at all very quickly.
But since the 3.1 is a 2018 phone, at least it has completed the two-year major software version update.
Dometalican, 08 Oct 2020That's why it begs the question: why make SO many phones (releasing them late every year ... moreIt's not realistic. If phone companies do that, there will be 0 profit for them. Phone brands like Xiaomi and Oppo's strategy is basically spamming multiple phones per year with incremental upgrades and sometimes rebrands, so that more people will buy them. If every phone brand releases 4 phones per year, they're gonna be priced like extremely high to make up for their profits since they can't sell as much budget or midrange phones.
Also if they release 4 phones per year, Android phone makers will have more time to focus on their individual phone's updates, they will probably catch up to iPhones in terms of software update support and you can expect their flagships to cost way more than even the iPhones. People will not be able to get affordable phones or flagship killers anymore since the choice will be so limited.
AnonD-804996, 08 Oct 2020And people always go on a tantrum throwing crusade when I tell them why I love software side o... moreiPhone updates are not always without issues though are they :-)
I use both Android and iOS and although apple do offer a far better life cycle of updates , they do introduce some issues sometimes.
I do regret getting rid of my 11 pro to be honest but I preferred the older Android handset I have
OwnFix3, 08 Oct 2020Aside from security patches, there's no need to have the lates version. In terms of UI an... moreNew API and protocol support with Android versions, ever heard about that? WPA3 as the prime example.
And people always go on a tantrum throwing crusade when I tell them why I love software side of iPhones because it has none of this nonsense. When there is an update you'll get it that moment and you're pretty much guaranteed to get that for 5 years. Google seriously needs to entirely restructure how Android is made and distributed because its fragmentation is the biggest nonsense I've seen to date anywhere. Even Samsung's promises of 3 years of updates has a microscopic asterisk at the end which basically says "only if you buy our most expensive stuff". For everything else they churn out on weekly basis it's business as usual. Months of waiting with a pinch of hope you'll actually get the next major OS version. Most phones these days even from mid range segment are fast enough to last for years without becoming unbearably slow, but they are all made obsolete through lack of OS updates.