Mi A2 Android 10 update call echo issue troubles users
Android 10 update has brought in quite a few bugs for the Mi A2. Users who were waiting for the Android 10 update on their Xiaomi Mi A2 devices are reportedly facing call echo issues after installing the update.
Notably, Xiaomi pushed the Android 10 update for the Mi A2 some days back. After upgrading to Android 10, users on various platforms started complaining about this call-echo issue.
One user has also pointed out that the Android 10 update has brought in another issue where the user interface seems to laggy as compared to the earlier OS.
Some more user reports about this same issue:
Xiaomi Mi A2 6GB RAM, 128GB, Global Version. Bought in May 2019.
So I just updated my OS a few days ago. Since that, I encountered only problems…
1. When I’m in a call, the person that I’m talking to has an echo and hears himself. I saw that this thing doesn’t happen when I’m using headphones with mic. I saw some posts on internet that it may be something about the case of the phone, a rubber part that moved away and now the speaker sounds is leaking to the mic, but I don’t believe that… I haven’t dropped my phone in a few months.
2. The lock and unlock sounds are gone.
3. The personalization suggestion in Settings is awful, it suggests me to change my wallpaper. I already wanted to do that, so I did it, but it’s still there. So, is it possible to get back to Android 9?
After I updated my phone OS to Android 10, I noticed that everytime I’m in a call, the person that I’m talking to hears herself in echo. It’s really frustrating. Is it possible to be because of the update? I mean, I think that this is it. It started to do this exactly after the update. Anyone who encountered this problem?
Resetting the device also does not seem to fix this issue and users of Mi A2 on Android 10 were waiting for a bugfix update. Eventually, a new update was re-released along with the January patchset.
However, this new update also failed to fix the call-echo and other bugs on the Mi A2 and users are still facing bugs and issues even after installing the re-released update.
As there is no official acknowledgment from Xiaomi as of now, we will have to wait and watch for further developments about this matter. In the meantime, we will keep you in the loop until we have more information in this regard.
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