Nokia 2.3, 3.2 & 4.2 internal storage crashing after Android 11 update (workaround inside)

Nokia community was recently flooded with good news after the brand’s resurgence in the software development front.

The company finally realized that the Android 11 update for Nokia devices should no longer be delayed and therefore, began the rollout.

Nokia has commenced the Android 11 rollout for Nokia 8.1, 2.3, 3.2, 2.2, and 4.2. And with an update this big, it’s natural to have bugs along the way.

It appears that Nokia 2.3, 3.2, and 4.2 devices have become a victim of the internal storage crashing issue.

Some units are crashing due to the internal storage, making devices unusable for the Nokia 2.3, 3,2, and 4.2 users.

A Nokia-centric Telegram channel has shared the news of this issue. Here’s what the message says.

Nokia 2.3, 3.2 & 4.2 internal storage crashing after Android 11 update (workaround inside)

On some phones, after updating to Android 11, the internal storage crashes. To solve this, you must do a factory reset.Affected phones:– Nokia 2.3– Nokia 3.2– Nokia 4.2

According to it, a factory reset should help get rid of this crashing issue. Resetting, in fact, is always recommended after upgrading to the next big iteration of the operating system.

However, this experience is certainly not what Nokia users would expect from the company.

Being Android One program devices, Nokia devices should be at the forefront in the software development domain.

But sadly, that isn’t really the case with the devices mentioned above. As more devices are in the pipeline to receive the Android 11 update, it will take some time for Nokia devs to look into this matter.

In the meantime, one can head towards our comprehensive list of Nokia Android 11 bugs to know the status of ongoing issues.

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