So there's the infamous battery issues across all variants. VoLTE issues on some variants. Nokia 5 doesn't support VoWiFi. Coming to less know issues.
So there's the infamous battery issues across all variants. VoLTE issues on some variants. Nokia 5 doesn't support VoWiFi.
Coming to less know issues.
Hotspot won't turn on if AP Band is selected as 5.0GHz. It works if it's set to 2.5GHz instead of 5.0GHz. If the hardware doesn't support it then the option shouldn't exist in the menu.
So I don't know if many of you format a memory card as internal storage but I do. Initially till Oreo it used to work fine. But after Pie my phone used to stall and delay. So I factory reset it. Now when I try to format my SanDisk Extreme Pro 64GB UHS-I Class 10 V30 A2 160Mbps R 90Mbps W microSD card as internal storage it says it the SD card is slow and may slow down the apps and blah blah. Never had this issue before. It is one of the fastest UHS-I cards one can buy right now. But compared to the superior NAND chip used for internal memory, it's slow. A lot slower. Still I continue anyway, and click on move apps, photos, videos and data to it. Nothing gets moved to it. Only about 500mb which I suppose is the cached data is moved. And when I manually try to move apps myself by going to App Info>Storage>Storage used> and change it to external, none of the apps can be moved. It says not enough free space on something. What is the point of formatting it as internal if I can't even move apps to it. It's as good as leaving it as portable storage if all I can do is store only photos and videos on it. I tried installing new apps from the Play Store and again they would always install on the Internal Storage and won't be moved no matter what I do. Tried to move using ADB also but to no avail.
Please fix this. I've run out of my on board 16GB and need to expand my storage.