Whenever you buy a new phone, you should always choose the one with the best features. The idea is to make sure that you get the best experience when using your phone. This may be in terms of excellent performance and no lag, but this is never the case after using the phone more than once. After a few weeks or more, your phone may start to have problems, such as the new Huawei P30. Customers have reported performance issues with their P30s. Let's see some of the things you can do to get things back in motion.
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Restart your phone
The new Huawei P30 runs on Android 9 (Pie) and has a 6 8 RAM, so this phone should be flawless in terms of performance.
If your P30 did not meet expectations and suddenly starts to become extremely slow, try a simple restart. Restarting your phone should appear at the top of the list whenever you experience a problem with your phone. This can help solve some of the simple system malfunctions that can cause your phone to shift. It is very easy to restart a P30. Just long press the power button until your phone vibrates. You should be able to see the Huawei logo a few seconds before restarting.
Uninstall recently installed applications
If your phone begins to have performance issues after installing new applications, this may be the application problem. Applications can sometimes be faulty and installing them on your phone can spread the error to your phone.
To uninstall apps, go to Settings> Apps, tap recently installed apps, and then tap Uninstall.
Update your applications
In addition to uninstalling apps, make sure your P30 has the latest apps. Running outdated applications can be the cause of the problem. To avoid this update, apply your applications from time to time. To avoid agitation, you can configure your phone to automatically check for and install updates.
To activate automatic updates, go to the Google Play Store, tap Menu settings> Automatic update applications. To save Internet data, choose On Wi-Fi only.
Deactivate energy saving mode
When the power saving mode is activated, the performance of your device slows down. Power saving mode disables automatic synchronization and can also prevent applications from running in the background. Sometimes some of the functionality of your phone may be disabled and this could explain why your Huawei P30 is performing poorly.
To avoid this, check your battery options to make sure your device is not in power saving mode, access Settings, select Battery, in the Optimize battery use menu, press Mode d energy saving to slide the switch. After deactivating the energy saving mode, activate the Performance mode in the same menu.
Check for viruses and malware
Your device may also have performance issues if it is infected with a virus or malware. Both can seriously damage your system and cause permanent destruction by causing the entire system to collapse. Here are some apps you can use to scan your P30 for Avast Mobile Security, Norton Mobile Security & Antivirus, and AVG Antivirus.
Do a hardware reset
This will erase everything from your phone, including the problem with your phone. A hard reset should be done as a last resort and after backing up your data to an external drive.
To perform a hard reset Turn off your phone, press and hold the Power button for about 10-15. In the quick start menu, use the volume buttons to select the recovery mode, press the power button. Then use the volume button to select Clear data, press the power button again. Navigate through the menu using the volume buttons and press OK, then press the power button once> Reset system.