Xiaomi slows down the update to Android 8.0 Oreo in My A1 for various performance issues
Xiaomi has promised that the update to Android 8.0 Oreo for My A1 would come before the end of the year and so it was. the About the speaker, the 31st day some users of this terminal began to receive this new version after having been several weeks in the beta stage. It seems that this new version has come out a little raw because the chinese company has had to remove it to give it another shot in the oven.
Several users have complained about the performance of this new update and Xiaomi has decided to remove it temporarily to review it and in a period of fifteen days, as explained in Fonearena, re to make it available all over the world with the bugs. If you have already set your My A1 the day and have found problems when making calls, there is a temporary solution.
Among the complaints that have sprung up around this update we are several performance problems: the camera does not respond correctly, the phone app leaves no mark, the battery when the Bluetooth is activated evaporates, the ambient light sensor failure… In my case, I have My A1 for home I can say that I have had problems with several of them and some, such as the sensor, had already before when it was installed Nougat.
From Xiaomi recognize these errors and have decided to put the brakes on the OTA update to avoid further frustration to the users who have not received it yet this version. For those who are having problems with the phone and not be able to dial, the chinese company, we recommend that you do the following:
- Uninstall the application MyJIO of our phone in the Settings menu.
- Go to the Settings menus, Applications and Notifications, Info, app, MyJio, Permissions, turn Off permission Phone.
What is MyJio and why is it giving problems? MyJio is the application of an operator in india that comes pre-installed on some Xiaomi Mi A1. The funny thing is that this bug is giving you problems in a global way as an app that should only be found by default on the terminals of the asian country.
Xiaomi says that in a couple of weeks will serve as a new updated Flash for all users with the that is expected to fix all these performance issues. If still your Xiaomi Mi A1 is in Nougat, wait a bit.
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The news Xiaomi slows down the update to Android 8.0 Oreo in My A1 for several performance problems was originally published in Xataka Android by Juan Carlos González .