How To Fix Huawei P20 / P20 Pro Starting up slowly / Not Starting

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The Huawei P20 and Huawei P20 Pro are high-end Android smartphones made by Huawei. They were announced on March 27, 2018 as the successors to the Huawei P10 series. Its features included a Leica dual camera for P20 and a triple camera for P20 Pro, this series includes a mid-range smartphone called Huawei P20 Lite, that includes slightly lower specifications and differences to the P20.

The Huawei P20 mobile features a 5.8″ (14.73 cm) display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2240 pixels and runs on Android v8.1 (Oreo) operating system. The device is powered by Octa core (2.36 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A73 + 1.8 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A53) processor paired with 4 GB of RAM. The battery has a capacity of 3400 mAh.

The rear camera has a 12 MP camera CMOS sensor supporting a resolution of 4.000 x 3.000 Pixels and the front camera has a 24 MP CMOS sensor. Other sensors include Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope, and a fingerprint sensor. For graphical performance, this phone has got a Mali-G72 MP12 GPU. Standard storage is 128 GB. The Huawei P20 is 7.65 mm slim and weighs 165 grams.

 

How To Fix Huawei P20 / P20 Pro Starting up slowly / Not Starting:

 

By following the steps below:

Scenario one: The device starts up slowly

This may be because the system requires time to initialize when it is first booted, or because there are too many apps launching at startup.

If startup is slow the first time the system boots up: The system performs an initialization and self-check process the first time it is booted up, and also after each factory reset and system update. This will result in a longer startup time than usual. This is normal and does not indicate a problem with your Phone.

If startup is slow after a period of use: Go to Phone Manager > remaining > Launch. From the Launch list, toggle off the switches for apps that you do not want to launch when the device starts up. A large number of apps launching at startup will result in longer startup times.

Scenario two: The device won”t power on or start up normally

This may be due to low battery level or an unsuccessful system update.

If the device won”t power on (the indicator turns red when the Power button is pressed): Charge the device for 30 minutes and try powering it on again. If the battery level is extremely low, the device may not power on at all.

If the system gets stuck during restart: Press and hold the Power button for 10 seconds until the Phone vibrates to perform a forced restart.

If the device won”t start up after a system update: Try forcibly updating your device using HiSuite. Download and install the latest version of HiSuite on your computer. Connect your device to the computer using a USB data cable. With the device powered off, press and hold the volume down and power buttons until the device enters FASTBOOT mode. Follow the onscreen instructions to restore and update the device.

Do not remove the data cable or manually power off or restart the device during the update.

 

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