Huawei is in somewhat of a spot of trouble nowadays due to the U.S. boycott and the organization had all the more terrible press to manage prior this week. Numerous clients detailed that they had begun seeing lock screen advertisements on select Huawei cell phones. Word promptly went out that Huawei had begun appearing on lock screens without first advising clients. The organization has now conveyed an announcement clarifying how the advertisements be expelled from your gadget.
The promotions for lodging booking site Booking.com were seen by certain clients who claim a Huawei P30 Pro, P20 Pro, P20, P20 Lite, and Honor 10. Not all clients revealed seeing the lock screen promotions so it doesn’t appear as though they were pushed out to all clients.
Huawei hasn’t said why these ads appeared on the lock screen in the first place. It only apologized for the inconvenience caused by this and confirmed that “we have taken down those lock-screen images from our servers, as they should not be appearing on lock-screen interfaces.”
Be that as it may, clients who saw them on their telephone should physically erase them. This should be possible by sliding up from the base edge when the advertisement shows up on the screen and tapping on the “Erase” catch when the task toolbar shows up.
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