Huawei’s Nova 3i, sold as the P Smart+ in Europe, just received a small patch at the end of the first week of September, fixing a Wi-Fi issue.
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Huawei just released a small patch for its newly released Nova 3i/P Smart+, fixing a Wi-Fi issue.
This new patch changes the version from INE-LX1 22.214.171.124(C432) to INE-LX1 126.96.36.199(C432patch01) and is barely 7 MB in size. The patch was labelled as “Important system patches”.
The patch notes read as following:
- This update fixes an issue where a Wi-Fi scanning prompt repeatedly popped up in certain scenarios.
Once updated, the phone didn’t need to be restarted.
It seems this update is being pushed to most recent (if not all) Huawei phones, as both our P20 Pro and Mate RS Porsche Design received the exact same patch, fixing the same issue.
More on this subject:
- Huawei P20 Pro receives two updates: August 2018 Security Patch and MasterAI disabled (25/09/2018)
- Huawei Mate RS Porsche Design receives patch: Wi-Fi issues fixed (8/09/2018)
- Huawei’s P Smart+ releasing at the end of August in France, available for pre-order (12/08/2018)
- After Huawei Nova 3, Nova 4? (31/07/2018)
- Huawei Nova 3i coming to Europe under “P Smart+” name (25/07/2018)