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Honor 8 wifi snooping

Honor 8 wifi snooping





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That’s why Honor created a phone for you Smart dual-band wi-fi switching: the Honor 8 supports GHz/5 GHz bands and defaults to the faster 5 GHz band. UPDATE: Honor has confirmed that the Honor 8 does not support T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi Calling. Huawei’s Honor brand is fairly new to the U. S., but they’re expanding their presence this month with the launch of the Honor 8. The Honor 8 will be available for pre-order starting tomorrow, August May 10, · Huawei Honor 8 FRD-L09 problem with wifi and bluetooth, i was using it and then suddenly wifi went down, i wasn’t able to fix it by doing factory reset, some.
Honor for your wireless router to power back on which can take a few minutesand then try to connect your cell phone Wifi the network again to see if this easy trick fixes it. It’s really a big mess lol. Snooping looks like the customer has to listen to them whatever they says even after paying the full amount of the device. The Honor 8’s Kirin chipset, coupled with a p display, means you’ll be pushing pixels along expeditiously. The bugs described would be a night-mare for the average user. Phiaton BT NC review:
That’s why Honor created a phone for you Smart dual-band wi-fi switching: the Honor 8 supports GHz/5 GHz bands and defaults to the faster 5 GHz band. UPDATE: Honor has confirmed that the Honor 8 does not support T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi Calling. Huawei’s Honor brand is fairly new to the U. S., but they’re expanding their presence this month with the launch of the Honor 8. The Honor 8 will be available for pre-order starting tomorrow, August May 10, · Huawei Honor 8 FRD-L09 problem with wifi and bluetooth, i was using it and then suddenly wifi went down, i wasn’t able to fix it by doing factory reset, some.

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honor 8 wifi snooping

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honor 8 wifi snooping

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This process sounds a little strange but this can sometimes solve this annoying authentication failed error message. If you have read and done all the steps in that section of the guide including a factory data reset and have also tried to set up a static IP address, then please continue reading for some extra suggestions. It boggles my mind. ZTE’s skin is transparent, the few extra software apps can be disabled or uninstalled why though makes absolutely no sense. If you have tried these steps and your cell phone still refuses to set up a data connection on any wireless network then the issue lies on the phone itself, most likely a malfunctioning or damaged piece of hardware and if you need Wi-Fi on your cell phone then you are going to have to look into these other options which include replacing or repairing the unit. Read a bit more on what you need to do below as this sometimes resolves the issue.

I have no idea. It may well be that everything will work exactly the same but look much better doing it. Apps aren’t even allowed to place notifications on the lockscreen or over the UI on the status bar for “toast” pop-ups.

You have to turn this on for every. Does it make the phone itself terrible? But the labyrinthine settings, terrible notification layout, draconian background app behavior restrictions, and bizarre alterations of typical Android functionality keep me well and truly turned off of this phone.

I found the navigation bar oddly small and, as a result, prone to frequent missed presses. Hopefully EMUI 5 will see them finally wise up. The Honor 8 is a contradiction. For the right person, this could be a great phone.

But for many, it will constitute a hardware: And a great middle-of-the-road display size. Even after using numerous Huawei devices configured this way, I cannot adapt.

If I had to live with it, I could probably get used to it. But I’m sure of this: I would never like it. And when the Honor 8 gets it and Android 7. Two months from now could be a very different story, though.

It makes me wonder if ANY phone is good enough for him. He knit-picks something that most wouldn’t even care about. He should just stay with the IPhones, and get a real job washing dishes.

It’s a review, you know. In a review the reviewer usually reviews the pros and the cons of the device that is being reviewed and that is exactly what David did. If you don’t want to hear about the weaknesses, go read here – http: And don’t you think you should rather stick to your real job of knitting?

His GS7 review is the same http: On the other hand would rather read reviews from Rita or someone alike. Unless it’s an ipad air, we should all go and buy one of those devices. Though given their plummeting sales, not many people listened.

The hardware was beautiful, though. But you’ll find people who totally love it. And hey, to each their own. I personally just find it gets in the way times for every one time it occasionally does something useful based on how I use my smartphones.

I personally just find it gets in the way times for every one time it occasionally does something useful You’re right. There was at least one thing that I liked – the “vault” or whatever it was called feature that was very handy.

It is a shame that you have to have the stock android to enjoy its smoothness well, sorta. Stop bad mouthing UIs that are really good and not boring like vanilla Android.

So, basically, it’s a decent hardware, with shitty software. I really have no idea what you guys are all compalining about TouchWiz for. On KitKat, yes it was a mess. On Lollipop however a factory reset after installing makes it all very very smooth.

We sold it before the 6. And next to an Xperia Z2 on 6. I Honestly don’t see how folks can say Note 3 became a cripple on Lollipop because of Touchwiz, I really don’t, or I have actual patience Its the most-financialy rewarding I’ve had..

The vast majority of them have severely outdated opinions that are only ‘informed’ by looking at screenshots of the newer versions of TW. I can attest to this. I can’t even root it and I’m living with it quite well astonishingly.

That was a pleasant and huge surprise for me. As one who has repeatedly bashed TouchWiz in the past, I can say that is much improved since the days of the Note 4. Still not my UI of choice, design wise, but at least you can theme it now.

The dark material theme is so good too. Perfectly compliments the dark theme on the google keyboard. ToiuchWiz has improved a lot but it is still not good software in my eyes, and I have used every new Samsung up to the S7E.

I would take MIUI over it any day. EMUI is great, these crappy bloggers have given it a bad reputation. I don’t get what is so different to have an app drawer and not having it, you’ve got to freaking find the app icon regardless of where it is.

The interface is clean and fast. A year ago, I bought an Honor 5x for my mom and sister who badly needed upgrades and who constantly bugged me for assistance in “fixing” their phones – usually it involved telling them how to put the dialer icon back where it belonged, things like that.

It was weekly requests at the minimum. I rooted and configured everything, installed Nova custom launcher to get an app drawer back, and then locked everything down. Over a year later, and I’ve had exactly one phone call asking for help – it was because a phone had been dropped and the tempered glass was broken, not for any software issues.

EMUI is definitely “different” and some of the features from Honor are new, but to call them hidden like this article does is a severe overstatement. Perhaps they are coming from iOS where you aren’t supposed to be able to customize anything.

After 13 months of zero support calls, I will be upgrading their phones to Honor 6x or Honor 8 in the next few months, and likely picking up one myself. I’ve used Samsung phones for a while, almost exclusively with rooted and custom firmwares, but I was very happy with the design, feel, software layout, and features on the Honor phones, and I’m a pretty picky person.

Except iphone has the same limitation in that applications can’t run in background! Except worse, as there’s no option to allow them I doubt us nexus fans would be happy with an android device skinned to be like ios!

Just look at the uproar everytime that rumour appears about taking away our homescreen. I think that statement is very inaccurate. There are plenty of manufacturers that use a near-stock software version of Android.

OnePlus also has very good software that is near stock with some unique features. I can’t stand this UI either and the software in general is where these devices somewhat struggle.

But maybe they’ll work out their bugs at least. For this price, released this year? I think the OP3 kind of dominates here. ZTE’s skin turns me off big time, the Idol 4S just isn’t great for the money, and the Honor 8’s software is just tragic.

Yeah, another Oneplus fan-boy. You just can’t admit that the OP3 is a crappy phone with very buggy software, can you. You drank the Koolaid. ZTE’s skin is transparent, the few extra software apps can be disabled or uninstalled why though makes absolutely no sense.

You shouldn’t be making any phone reviews with your insane ignorant views. Have you even used a ZTE phone? Okay, so overall you still stay loyal to your beloved 6P: EMUI is not that bad. It’s even better for people who transition from iOS to Android with its familiar iosy look.

For one, the camera. And the limited software that Google had to steal from other OEM’s ideas everyone cried as “Bloatware” to make the Nexus more palatable.

Well I don’t think he’s saying it’s necessarily the best – a great thing about android is the choice, and if you want a phone with the OEM ideas, things like the S7 are great. He was I think just saying that people who want stock android should get a nexus 6p rather then whining about every android device that isn’t stock and as nexus owner, I agree.

What exactly is Huawei’s naming scheme for its Honor devices? I had been wondering for a while how Huawei numbered its Huawei phones! But this is just the beginning, there are plenty of other Huawei smartphones, the low cost series “Yx” or “Yxxx” where “x” is a number or “individual” phones Mate S, and much much more.

However, weak connectivity is no bargain at any price. This review has some interesting disparities from my own experiences with this phone. I picked one up the other day at Best Buy, and haven’t seen any of the weak connectivity issues with either WiFi or cellular data.

Also, David states “and colors are clearly oversaturated with no possibility to adjust the profile” in the section about the display. But when I look at my Honor 8 in: Settings, Display, there is a section for “Screen” settings with a “Color Temperature” option that lets you choose between “Default, Warm and Cold” He does that all the time, he’s incapable of actually giving a fair review.

If he dislikes it up front, he never puts any effort into diagnosing his so-called ‘not-so-good’ problems. AP should be like the other Android “blogs” and slobber all over everything they review for fear of losing advertisers?

What’s teh point of a “review” if you know that everything wil always be sunshine and lollipops? Have you seen any signs of the video playback bug he spoke of?

This and signal issues would definitely be the deal breakers for me, so I’m curious if his unit’s faults extend to the GPU and might not be indicative of every Honor 8. I have not, but I’ve only had the phone for 2 days now so that’s really not enough time to see if the same issues will eventually crop up for me or not.

Color temperature is primarily to adjust white balance. It is not the same thing as a color profile. A color profile would account for saturation and other factors as well, much like Samsung’s “basic” display mode or OnePlus’s sRGB.

With the partnership with XDA don’t be surprised if you see development that could help with many of the gripes. They even have a video on youtube with some top xdas who all tell you how great of a device it is: As a member of the team that brought you TWRP for the honor 5x and as the guy who brought you the no-swap mod for the same device, both available on XDA, I think I’m familiar with the claims here.

I find the “Thanks to Honor for sponsoring this video. And as I stated I haven’t read their review but I plan to because it is supposed to be good. A number of great devs pitched in on the h5x.

I have two in the family running CM13 and no complaints. I think from what I read of the review, the software issues are a bit deeper than the launcher. Permissions for background processes is one of the issues.

Buggies and craching are other issues. As in one who takes enjoyment in experiencing pain. Ie their own phone software causes them pain. Sadistic would, to me, imply the software team knew what they were doing was bad for users.

I think they just believe their convoluted and cluttered approach is actually enjoyable to use. You even said “whoever designed this” Doesn’t that mean by the sadistically designed? You really have no idea, and just make up shit all the time, wow.

Good definition for you ‘daft’. I’m just gonna stick with big name brands Software is more refined. Huawei is a much bigger smartphone player than LG or Sony or even Motorola which is just a brand of Lenovo’s now anyways.

And on top of that they manufacture telecom equipment for the cell towers and routers which is why it’s really strange that this review had so many issues with reception and wifi.

There’s other reviews that seem to show it actually pulling in much better signal levels than the Axon 7 or OP3 so I wonder if there’s a software glitch on the review phone or if there’s an overall software issue going on.

But their software sucks. I’ve had Chinese-specific devices before and the software always sucks. The review at AP confirms that to me. If Huawei wants to be a big time player in the industry, they had better put intense and extreme effort into understanding “good” software and creating it.

If that takes hiring Google, Apple or Microsoft people, let them do it. Otherwise they’ll continue to be a fringe brand outside of China. Preventing apps from running in the background messes with Android’s Doze mode, no?

How did this device even pass Google’s CTS? I’m not sure how they get around this, exactly. It probably doesn’t technically interfere with Doze, just essentially makes much of what it does redundant unless you add all your apps to the whitelist.

Is there decent software development for Kirin processors? So, I’m guessing there isn’t a lot of development effort going on at least on XDA. Kernal isn’t released yet, it should be coming in the next week or 2.

Even so, I never once encountered the issue with accidental dismissal of notifications that the author describes, so maybe MIUI handled the two pane navigation better than Huawei does.

You a Xiaomi fan? Fancy meeting you here. Been planning to get one of you for a long time. Xiaomi must be one helluva company to make fans with such intuitive AI that they actually visit Disqus boards and engage in such eloquent self-promotion.

Considering most flagship devices usually struggle to produce that, I don’t think it’s very bad at all. Plus, I think you are looking at overall battery time and not screen on time.

The two are very different. I get hrs SoT on my Z2 Pro every cycle. The asus phones works pretty much the same and i don’t remember such an unprofessional expletive laden review.

And did you really just call people in china dumb for expecting different things. Honestly greenify existed in the west first you know. I see expletives in your comment, but none in the review.

And no, David Ruddock didn’t call people in China dumb. He called the decision by the manufacturer to flout established Android UI trends to differentiate for the sake of it “dumb”. It might be jsut me, but all the software flaws described are things that were, erm, borrowed, from iOS, but sometimes in a botched way while iOS asks for permissions on app launch, EMUI does not.

I have EMUI 4. Maybe it’s made different to you. I’m not using it. I have read this review and the author mentions he has to specifically go to settings and enable notifications and running in the background for each app separately.

Well, I just downloaded an app for test and it DID run in the background by default. All notifications appear on top by default and you have the option to either allow notifications or not to that app.

And that doesn’t mean that an app doesn’t ask you for permissions. This is built-in android and the skinning in it would be too high. Otherwise EMUI just runs smoothly and you can easily install a custom launcher to get a more stockish feel there is a “stockify” theme in the play store for instance but you can look for others as well.

It might be different, I simply don’t know. But I don’t think it’s that bad although I wanted a more stock android experience either. Well, I don’t think the author lies in the review.

Maybe Huawei changed stuff in 4. I think the same. Plus it had a feature that was “pre-borrowed” from Nougat: They tried to add some stock features but they messed it a lot. At least you can enable running in background, I don’t believe ios offers that option, it behaves like other feature phone OSs.

A lot was borrowed from iOS, but not all. Huawei’s EMUI needs to be called out at every opportunity. Absolutely fuckall piece of shit. People in China might be fine with that shitshow but no one else should have to suffer.

I would only ever buy a Nexus or very close to stock android phone like Moto, so sick and tired of manufacture skins that make Android look like a kids toy. Been waiting on that for years myself mate.

The first Honor phone in Europe was the Honor 6 from Don’t you count us Europeans as western? I’ve expected a lot more snark and negativity in this review. Instead, I think I can consider it ‘fair’.

Read the Good and the Bad list, and You really need to be less subjective. I’m talking about not liking EMUI. If you have both Wi-Fi and Mobile Data enabled at the same time, then turn off the mobile data connection.

Some persons experience a drop in the connection to the Wi-Fi which is sometimes caused by the device trying to decide which connection is best. You could also try updating the firmware on your router.

I highly doubt that this is necessary but it is still worth a shot. These are all the simple steps that you can take to fix your connection issues. There is a short recap below for reference. If you’re still having connection issues, then you can take a look at the advanced section which I saved for last below the summary.

This guide will go over some tips and tricks that you can try to get your Wi-Fi connected and working correctly once again. Before we start troubleshooting the Wi-Fi connection on your cell phone or wireless network, I want to take a second to state that this guide is a reference for fixing advanced Wi-Fi problems that can occur on your Honor 8.

This guide is also intended to give more support when ALL standard troubleshooting tips are exhausted and there are few options left to try when troubleshooting the Honor 8 itself.

If you have not read the above section on How to fix the Wi-Fi on a Huawei Honor 8 then go ahead and read that section of the article FIRST and follow every suggestion listed as it covers many tips and tricks that can get you connected to a wireless network.

If you have read and done all the steps in that section of the guide including a factory data reset and have also tried to set up a static IP address, then please continue reading for some extra suggestions.

Here are a few strange Wi-Fi issues that are a real pain to try to fix when they happen to any device. This seems like an issue that can happen on a Honor 8. This is usually a software conflict on the phone itself but if you have already tried standard troubleshooting and this is the corner that you’re in then keep reading for a fix.

This issue can happen after upgrading as well, and is one of the most confusing Wi-Fi issues to have. You can hold your device right next to the wireless modem or router and get no signal.

A very annoying issue that is difficult to fix but this article has some suggestions for this issue as well. There are a few things that can cause this problem, including hardware issues on the phone itself like a damaged or malfunctioning antenna or the wireless network might be hidden.

These are just a few of the issues that the standard troubleshooting in the article mentioned above won’t necessarily fix. This is because many of the issues described above are the result of a problem with the wireless network and not a problem with your smartphone.

The wireless network might just need a few settings changed in order for everything to work properly. So keep reading as this article can address this problem as well. The following troubleshooting tips are suggestions that can and may get your Wi-Fi working properly.

It is recommending that you write any original setting s that you end up changing when troubleshooting your network so that you can revert back to those setting if a suggestion turns out ineffective or the problem persists.

I am not responsible nor accountable for any issues that might occur when manually adjusting these settings. If problems arise you can always reset the modem or router back to default so there is little to no chance of causing anything permanent, but I just want to make it clear that you should pay attention to the settings that you change so that you can go back to the original settings should you want or need to.

OK now for what you came here for, the real Wi-Fi troubleshooting! Since you have already completed the suggestions in the Wi-Fi troubleshooting guide mentioned above most of what you can do to your Honor 8 to get the Wi-Fi working again is done.

This means that the solution is phone related but network specific. So we are going to need to use your modem or router to adjust some settings. The process to get access to the settings on a modem or router is typically straightforward but could vary from device to device.

You might have to do a quick Google Search for your specific router and how to configure it. Before accessing your router or modem if you have not already soft reset your device then make sure to do that first.

Wait for your wireless router to power back on which can take a few minutes, and then try to connect your cell phone to the network again to see if this easy trick fixes it. Once you gain access to your network and can get access to and configure its settings then here is a list of things to try adjusting.

If you can connect then reenter the passwords on your router and phone and see if it helped. Check your MAC address filtering and try switching it off or to disabled. With the MAC address filtering turned on your network is performing an additional security feature, which is great as more checks can keep your network more secure, but, set up this configuration properly or it can cause these types of problems.

The working devices might have their MAC addresses listed as allowed connections but your phone is one of the allowed devices. Your router may also have a list of addresses prevented from accessing or connecting to the wireless network.

If you see an option that says something like, “Prevent listed computers from accessing the wireless network” and find your cell phone’s MAC address under that setting then remove it from that list and enjoy your working Wi-Fi.

If you live in an apartment complex, school dorm or have close neighbors then you have probably noticed multiple SSID Wireless Networks when scanning for Wi-Fi networks on your cell phone.

If so, then those other wireless networks might be running on the same channel as your wireless network and causing some interference. Routers sold in the US have the option to choose from channels 1 through Channel 6 is a common default channel on many US routers but channels 1, 6, and 11 are also commonly used channels as these channels have little overlap with one another.

For the best signal and least interference a good general practice is to choose a channel as far away from everybody else as you can. If the channel setting on your router is Automatic which is common then manually adjust the channel to the lowest channel channel 1 and start working your way up to channel 11 from there, making sure to test your phone’s Wi-Fi functionality for a few minutes each time you adjusting the channel and save your router’s settings.

If you live outside of the United States, then the channels for your router or modem may vary but the general principle is going to stay the same. You might have to change the channel on your router a few times before finding the best frequency band for your specific cell phone or place but this is also another setting to try adjusting and can help fix many stubborn Wi-Fi issues.

Most current wireless routers have the ability to use multiple types of Wi-Fi technologies to improve your wireless network’s speed, range, and connectivity. Some phones however, might have difficulty connecting to or staying connected to one of these technology types, depending on how you configured your router; so testing the different Network Modes that your wireless router has to offer might also help you fix your cell phone’s Wi-Fi connection.

Mixed is often the default mode for many wireless routers and is generally the best Network Mode for wireless networks as it should allow the router to automatically communicate with many devices regardless of what type of network adapter or wireless standard the device uses to connect to a wireless network.

Hidden wireless networks are just that, hidden. If you are trying to connect your smartphone to a hidden Wi-Fi, then that hidden wireless networks is not going to be one of the options shown when scanning for available networks.

It is still possible to connect to a hidden Wi-Fi on your smartphone though you just need to type in the hidden networks information manually. Every piece of information must match.

The password and SSID are both case-sensitive so if your phone capitalizes the first letter of the network name but the networks SSID starts with a lower case letter then chances are the phone won’t connect properly.

In some cases, even after correctly entering all the hidden networks information into the phone some devices can still have problems connecting and working properly.

The method s used to reset a router is going to differ from device to device but most routers have a real reset button usually on the back or rear of the device which you can press down with a paperclip or pen tip for 30 seconds which will force it to reset, reboot, and be back to factory default and its original settings.

If you have tried these steps and your cell phone still refuses to set up a data connection on any wireless network then the issue lies on the phone itself, most likely a malfunctioning or damaged piece of hardware and if you need Wi-Fi on your cell phone then you are going to have to look into these other options which include replacing or repairing the unit.

If you have tried troubleshooting your phone and have made no progress in getting it to connect or stay connected to your wireless network properly then the fault may not lay with the phone but could be an issue with the wireless network itself.

To help rule out your wireless network as the culprit you should….

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I doubt us nexus fans would be happy with an android device skinned to be like ios! Just look at the uproar everytime that rumour appears about taking away our homescreen.

I think that statement is very inaccurate. There are plenty of manufacturers that use a near-stock software version of Android. OnePlus also has very good software that is near stock with some unique features.

I can’t stand this UI either and the software in general is where these devices somewhat struggle. But maybe they’ll work out their bugs at least. For this price, released this year? I think the OP3 kind of dominates here.

ZTE’s skin turns me off big time, the Idol 4S just isn’t great for the money, and the Honor 8’s software is just tragic. Yeah, another Oneplus fan-boy. You just can’t admit that the OP3 is a crappy phone with very buggy software, can you.

You drank the Koolaid. ZTE’s skin is transparent, the few extra software apps can be disabled or uninstalled why though makes absolutely no sense. You shouldn’t be making any phone reviews with your insane ignorant views.

Have you even used a ZTE phone? Okay, so overall you still stay loyal to your beloved 6P: EMUI is not that bad. It’s even better for people who transition from iOS to Android with its familiar iosy look.

For one, the camera. And the limited software that Google had to steal from other OEM’s ideas everyone cried as “Bloatware” to make the Nexus more palatable. Well I don’t think he’s saying it’s necessarily the best – a great thing about android is the choice, and if you want a phone with the OEM ideas, things like the S7 are great.

He was I think just saying that people who want stock android should get a nexus 6p rather then whining about every android device that isn’t stock and as nexus owner, I agree.

What exactly is Huawei’s naming scheme for its Honor devices? I had been wondering for a while how Huawei numbered its Huawei phones! But this is just the beginning, there are plenty of other Huawei smartphones, the low cost series “Yx” or “Yxxx” where “x” is a number or “individual” phones Mate S, and much much more.

However, weak connectivity is no bargain at any price. This review has some interesting disparities from my own experiences with this phone. I picked one up the other day at Best Buy, and haven’t seen any of the weak connectivity issues with either WiFi or cellular data.

Also, David states “and colors are clearly oversaturated with no possibility to adjust the profile” in the section about the display. But when I look at my Honor 8 in: Settings, Display, there is a section for “Screen” settings with a “Color Temperature” option that lets you choose between “Default, Warm and Cold” He does that all the time, he’s incapable of actually giving a fair review.

If he dislikes it up front, he never puts any effort into diagnosing his so-called ‘not-so-good’ problems. AP should be like the other Android “blogs” and slobber all over everything they review for fear of losing advertisers?

What’s teh point of a “review” if you know that everything wil always be sunshine and lollipops? Have you seen any signs of the video playback bug he spoke of? This and signal issues would definitely be the deal breakers for me, so I’m curious if his unit’s faults extend to the GPU and might not be indicative of every Honor 8.

I have not, but I’ve only had the phone for 2 days now so that’s really not enough time to see if the same issues will eventually crop up for me or not. Color temperature is primarily to adjust white balance.

It is not the same thing as a color profile. A color profile would account for saturation and other factors as well, much like Samsung’s “basic” display mode or OnePlus’s sRGB. With the partnership with XDA don’t be surprised if you see development that could help with many of the gripes.

They even have a video on youtube with some top xdas who all tell you how great of a device it is: As a member of the team that brought you TWRP for the honor 5x and as the guy who brought you the no-swap mod for the same device, both available on XDA, I think I’m familiar with the claims here.

I find the “Thanks to Honor for sponsoring this video. And as I stated I haven’t read their review but I plan to because it is supposed to be good. A number of great devs pitched in on the h5x.

I have two in the family running CM13 and no complaints. I think from what I read of the review, the software issues are a bit deeper than the launcher. Permissions for background processes is one of the issues.

Buggies and craching are other issues. As in one who takes enjoyment in experiencing pain. Ie their own phone software causes them pain. Sadistic would, to me, imply the software team knew what they were doing was bad for users.

I think they just believe their convoluted and cluttered approach is actually enjoyable to use. You even said “whoever designed this” Doesn’t that mean by the sadistically designed? You really have no idea, and just make up shit all the time, wow.

Good definition for you ‘daft’. I’m just gonna stick with big name brands Software is more refined. Huawei is a much bigger smartphone player than LG or Sony or even Motorola which is just a brand of Lenovo’s now anyways.

And on top of that they manufacture telecom equipment for the cell towers and routers which is why it’s really strange that this review had so many issues with reception and wifi. There’s other reviews that seem to show it actually pulling in much better signal levels than the Axon 7 or OP3 so I wonder if there’s a software glitch on the review phone or if there’s an overall software issue going on.

But their software sucks. I’ve had Chinese-specific devices before and the software always sucks. The review at AP confirms that to me. If Huawei wants to be a big time player in the industry, they had better put intense and extreme effort into understanding “good” software and creating it.

If that takes hiring Google, Apple or Microsoft people, let them do it. Otherwise they’ll continue to be a fringe brand outside of China. Preventing apps from running in the background messes with Android’s Doze mode, no?

How did this device even pass Google’s CTS? I’m not sure how they get around this, exactly. It probably doesn’t technically interfere with Doze, just essentially makes much of what it does redundant unless you add all your apps to the whitelist.

Is there decent software development for Kirin processors? So, I’m guessing there isn’t a lot of development effort going on at least on XDA. Kernal isn’t released yet, it should be coming in the next week or 2.

Even so, I never once encountered the issue with accidental dismissal of notifications that the author describes, so maybe MIUI handled the two pane navigation better than Huawei does.

You a Xiaomi fan? Fancy meeting you here. Been planning to get one of you for a long time. Xiaomi must be one helluva company to make fans with such intuitive AI that they actually visit Disqus boards and engage in such eloquent self-promotion.

Considering most flagship devices usually struggle to produce that, I don’t think it’s very bad at all. Plus, I think you are looking at overall battery time and not screen on time.

The two are very different. I get hrs SoT on my Z2 Pro every cycle. The asus phones works pretty much the same and i don’t remember such an unprofessional expletive laden review. And did you really just call people in china dumb for expecting different things.

Honestly greenify existed in the west first you know. I see expletives in your comment, but none in the review. And no, David Ruddock didn’t call people in China dumb. He called the decision by the manufacturer to flout established Android UI trends to differentiate for the sake of it “dumb”.

It might be jsut me, but all the software flaws described are things that were, erm, borrowed, from iOS, but sometimes in a botched way while iOS asks for permissions on app launch, EMUI does not.

I have EMUI 4. Maybe it’s made different to you. I’m not using it. I have read this review and the author mentions he has to specifically go to settings and enable notifications and running in the background for each app separately.

Well, I just downloaded an app for test and it DID run in the background by default. All notifications appear on top by default and you have the option to either allow notifications or not to that app.

And that doesn’t mean that an app doesn’t ask you for permissions. This is built-in android and the skinning in it would be too high. Otherwise EMUI just runs smoothly and you can easily install a custom launcher to get a more stockish feel there is a “stockify” theme in the play store for instance but you can look for others as well.

It might be different, I simply don’t know. But I don’t think it’s that bad although I wanted a more stock android experience either. Well, I don’t think the author lies in the review.

Maybe Huawei changed stuff in 4. I think the same. Plus it had a feature that was “pre-borrowed” from Nougat: They tried to add some stock features but they messed it a lot.

At least you can enable running in background, I don’t believe ios offers that option, it behaves like other feature phone OSs. A lot was borrowed from iOS, but not all. Huawei’s EMUI needs to be called out at every opportunity.

Absolutely fuckall piece of shit. People in China might be fine with that shitshow but no one else should have to suffer. I would only ever buy a Nexus or very close to stock android phone like Moto, so sick and tired of manufacture skins that make Android look like a kids toy.

Been waiting on that for years myself mate. The first Honor phone in Europe was the Honor 6 from Don’t you count us Europeans as western? I’ve expected a lot more snark and negativity in this review.

Instead, I think I can consider it ‘fair’. Read the Good and the Bad list, and You really need to be less subjective. I’m talking about not liking EMUI. It’s a subjective thing, like you said, some people like it, some don’t.

Whichever your side is, it’s a subjective matter, aside from the functionality, bugs and features, you needn’t talk about it as if it’s a bad thing nor if it’s a good thing. If you can’t stand it, that’s fine, but other people can.

I don’t own a Huawei device so I’m not the one to judge whether EMUI is good or not, but many people don’t have a problem with it, so I guess it should be left out from the Bad list.

Too bad that promo code you talked about for Newegg doesn’t work. In fact, the savings on battery and having this amazing processor have sold me completely. The Honor 8 is awesome.

EMUI update would be great, or an unlocked bootloader and CM, but the performance of this phone is head and shoulders above any phone anywhere close to it’s price point.

Anyone who uses overlays is no stranger to the weirdness. Throwing Now launcher helped shoulder that a lot. I’m loving this phone though, and this is coming from a V10 user.

Every time i connect my headphones it starts the google app, voice thingy, and starts all kinds of programs and stuff, automaticly changes the volume and so on. Anyone know what the problem is?

The nougat update adds the app drawer back which was my biggest drawback with EMUI initially. I’ve only had it for about 3 weeks, but have been pleasantly surprised with it. It feels quality made and great in hand, fragile but great.

The one annoying thing I can’t seem to figure out how to disable is everytime I disconnect power or try to use the microphone in anothe app like Soundhound or Google Music Search, it gives me a pop up dialog informing me of what is happening.

This review should be updated to reflect that EMUI 5 had fixed a number of these issues. It’s still not perfect, but no skin is. I bought a Huawei Honor 8 on August 5th, and found its GPS not working properly showing different route, GPS moves different route when the vehicle moves, and not re-routing etc on around 23rd.

Did a factory reset and tried with different maps Finally I contacted the customer case on 25th August and they asked me to send the device to them. After few days of wait they emailed me the UPS shipping label and I sent the device to them.

After 10 days of wait I received the device back saying the issue has been fixed. I configured the apps again and found still the GPS not working. So I contacted the customer care again on the next day itself Sep 20th and told them the about the issue.

The surprising thing was that the issue was not properly recorded against the ticket, and they said we have replaced the speaker and USB charging port. They were not aware of the exact problem.

They simply asked me to send the device again to fix the actual issue, and the customer service representative agreed me that they will send the UPS label within next day 6: I waited for 3 days but there was no response so today I contacted them again Sep 25th, it was totally disappointing me that they told nothing is updated on your new ticket, so again I had to explain all the story and they updated the ticket.

Also I asked them to replace the device because the one which I received is a faulty one, so I need a non-faulty device. But they are saying that is also not in their hands and the service engineer has to decide it.

Their service engineer only replaced two parts without knowing the actual problem. If they replaced those parts means there was some issues with that too. That is the reason I asked for a replacement.

It looks like the customer has to listen to them whatever they says even after paying the full amount of the device. Now I am waiting for the device to get repaired? I am sure these guys are not going to do a good job Latest news Oreo 8.

Hottest Hottest Latest Comments. Honor 8 News Phone Reviews. Battery life “Epic” is how I would describe it, all things considered. The Honor 8 sips power and easily managed almost twice the battery life of Alcatel’s similarly-priced Idol 4S during my testing.

Granted, both the Axon 7 and OnePlus 3 have also received high marks in this area. Speed The Honor 8’s Kirin chipset, coupled with a p display, means you’ll be pushing pixels along expeditiously.

The Honor 8 feels snappy and responsive in all things, but still provides the aforementioned longevity. Fingerprint scanner It’s on the back and it’s lightning-quick. It’s also a button, if that’s something you find you want to use I did not find any such appeal here.

Great value The Honor 8 delivers exceptional performance, a solid camera, modern design, and excellent battery life in a highly competitive price bracket. Camera While I sometimes found images a bit washed out, the Honor 8 focused quickly and was a reliable daily shooter.

Its low-light performance, I’d say, is probably class-leading. It is an affront to Android, both aesthetically and functionally. Did you know every time you install a new app in EMUI, the system won’t let it run when the display is off i.

And neither will most people who buy this phone. Get lost with this nonsense, Huawei. Bugs I encountered some, and at least one that caused any video playback to just totally stop working until I rebooted the phone was what I’d call experience-breaking.

Not a good look. Slippery Because the Honor 8 lacks even a rear camera hump, it’s just a big slippery glass brick. I cannot count how many times I almost dropped this phone. All the inconvenience of OnePlus’s Dash without the blistering speed.

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Everything should be criticized. I see what you did there. Did I mention that the article you are commenting is a review? If you have lots of connections to the Wi-Fi already then disconnect a few of them.

Some wireless routers have a limit of how many devices you can connect to it. More on this below. Unplug the power cable count to 15 and plug it back in. The first thing you ought to do is make sure that your Wi-Fi is working properly by connecting another device and verifying whether it’s the Honor 8 or your network that is causing the problem.

Read a bit more on what you need to do below as this sometimes resolves the issue. Starting with the network:. Performing a soft reset on your Wi-Fi network is the first thing that you try when troubleshooting this issue, especially if the issue suddenly started occurring.

A soft reset of your network is a common solution and can often help fix the internet on your Honor 8 and luckily there is no loss of data. If it is working, then that’s great news!

If not, then you might want to check out some more troubleshooting tips below. I am sure that you will be able to resolve the connection issues with one of them. Simply select the restart option or choose to turn it off entirely and then boot it up normally.

After it reboots then test to see if the internet has started working properly or not. If not then try performing a soft reset on the device by removing the battery with the device powered on, then wait for a minute, re-insert the battery, and start-up the phone.

Now not every Android smartphone has a removable battery so if you have a built-in battery and it is non-removable then you can skip the physical battery pull as maybe your device allows a simulated battery pull instead.

You can learn how to do the simulated battery pull below:. Sometimes you may forget that you enabled power saving features on your device. Check to make sure that you disable any restrictive setting on your connectivity setting.

If you did find restrictions and removed them, recheck the connection between you Honor 8 and your wireless internet. Then great for you. If not continue to the next page for a possible, fix.

Before trying this next suggestion, make sure that you know or have access to your networks login information such as the network password as you will need to log onto the network again.

If you are not sure what your network’s password is or what you would need to use to log back into your network, then you can skip this part of troubleshooting for the moment and then once you have that information available you can move on with this step in troubleshooting.

Tap Wi-Fi to open some extra settings and then look for the name of the Wi-Fi network that you are having trouble with. You can simply Tap or Tap and hold in some cases on that network which should give you an option to Forget or Forget network.

Go ahead and tap on that choice to instruct your phone to forget that network and all of its current settings. Once everything is back up and running access the Wi-Fi option on your phone again, find the network again, and then try connecting to it once again.

If you’re still facing connectivity issues, then go ahead so you0 can learn more ways to resolve the problem. This is a strange little bug that causes problems but make sure that the time and date on your Honor 8, your modem and wireless router all match the date and time of your ISP Internet Service Provider.

If you are unsure how to do this, then you may need to contact your ISP just to verify that everything on your network works correctly. If your applications on your Honor 8 that act as a security application such as an antivirus, a virus scanner, firewall etc.

If you uninstall it and your Honor 8’s internet starts working properly again then you may need to contact the app developer to see if they could recommend or guide you through configuring their apps settings in order for everything to work as it should.

It might be as simple as checking or unchecking one of the available security options or features for your device. This isn’t necessarily causing the issue but, if you’ve tried all the previous fixes to no avail, you can also define the way your device connects to the network IP by choosing your router wireless network and try changing the IP settings to Static.

Now check to see if you’ve finally resolved the connectivity issue on your Honor 8. If not, you can continue to the next fix in the series. Make sure that you verify that your internet is in fact malfunctioning as opposed to an issue with your web browser or even worse a problematic home page.

Open your web browser and in the address bar where it shows what web page you are on type in the URL of a website that you KNOW is working. I suggest typing in https: Changing your Honor 8’s default home page should fix this little hiccup and it will no longer seem like the internet is malfunctioning on your cell phone.

Now, restart your device and check your connection to see if it works. If this doesn’t apply to you or if it didn’t work, then move to the next fix. There is still one more tip that can help you if all of earlier ones did not help solve the Honor 8 Wi-Fi connectivity issue.

This may come as a surprise but the culprit might very well be your mobile network. If you have both Wi-Fi and Mobile Data enabled at the same time, then turn off the mobile data connection.

Some persons experience a drop in the connection to the Wi-Fi which is sometimes caused by the device trying to decide which connection is best. You could also try updating the firmware on your router.

I highly doubt that this is necessary but it is still worth a shot. These are all the simple steps that you can take to fix your connection issues. There is a short recap below for reference.

If you’re still having connection issues, then you can take a look at the advanced section which I saved for last below the summary. This guide will go over some tips and tricks that you can try to get your Wi-Fi connected and working correctly once again.

Before we start troubleshooting the Wi-Fi connection on your cell phone or wireless network, I want to take a second to state that this guide is a reference for fixing advanced Wi-Fi problems that can occur on your Honor 8.

This guide is also intended to give more support when ALL standard troubleshooting tips are exhausted and there are few options left to try when troubleshooting the Honor 8 itself.

If you have not read the above section on How to fix the Wi-Fi on a Huawei Honor 8 then go ahead and read that section of the article FIRST and follow every suggestion listed as it covers many tips and tricks that can get you connected to a wireless network.

If you have read and done all the steps in that section of the guide including a factory data reset and have also tried to set up a static IP address, then please continue reading for some extra suggestions.

Here are a few strange Wi-Fi issues that are a real pain to try to fix when they happen to any device. This seems like an issue that can happen on a Honor 8.

This is usually a software conflict on the phone itself but if you have already tried standard troubleshooting and this is the corner that you’re in then keep reading for a fix.

This issue can happen after upgrading as well, and is one of the most confusing Wi-Fi issues to have. You can hold your device right next to the wireless modem or router and get no signal. A very annoying issue that is difficult to fix but this article has some suggestions for this issue as well.

Also, David states “and colors are clearly oversaturated with no possibility to adjust the profile” in the section about the display. But when I look at my Honor 8 in: Settings, Display, there is a section for “Screen” settings with a “Color Temperature” option that lets you choose between “Default, Warm and Cold” He does that all the time, he’s incapable of actually giving a fair review.

If he dislikes it up front, he never puts any effort into diagnosing his so-called ‘not-so-good’ problems. AP should be like the other Android “blogs” and slobber all over everything they review for fear of losing advertisers?

What’s teh point of a “review” if you know that everything wil always be sunshine and lollipops? Have you seen any signs of the video playback bug he spoke of? This and signal issues would definitely be the deal breakers for me, so I’m curious if his unit’s faults extend to the GPU and might not be indicative of every Honor 8.

I have not, but I’ve only had the phone for 2 days now so that’s really not enough time to see if the same issues will eventually crop up for me or not. Color temperature is primarily to adjust white balance.

It is not the same thing as a color profile. A color profile would account for saturation and other factors as well, much like Samsung’s “basic” display mode or OnePlus’s sRGB.

With the partnership with XDA don’t be surprised if you see development that could help with many of the gripes. They even have a video on youtube with some top xdas who all tell you how great of a device it is: As a member of the team that brought you TWRP for the honor 5x and as the guy who brought you the no-swap mod for the same device, both available on XDA, I think I’m familiar with the claims here.

I find the “Thanks to Honor for sponsoring this video. And as I stated I haven’t read their review but I plan to because it is supposed to be good. A number of great devs pitched in on the h5x.

I have two in the family running CM13 and no complaints. I think from what I read of the review, the software issues are a bit deeper than the launcher.

Permissions for background processes is one of the issues. Buggies and craching are other issues. As in one who takes enjoyment in experiencing pain. Ie their own phone software causes them pain.

Sadistic would, to me, imply the software team knew what they were doing was bad for users. I think they just believe their convoluted and cluttered approach is actually enjoyable to use. You even said “whoever designed this” Doesn’t that mean by the sadistically designed?

You really have no idea, and just make up shit all the time, wow. Good definition for you ‘daft’. I’m just gonna stick with big name brands Software is more refined. Huawei is a much bigger smartphone player than LG or Sony or even Motorola which is just a brand of Lenovo’s now anyways.

And on top of that they manufacture telecom equipment for the cell towers and routers which is why it’s really strange that this review had so many issues with reception and wifi.

There’s other reviews that seem to show it actually pulling in much better signal levels than the Axon 7 or OP3 so I wonder if there’s a software glitch on the review phone or if there’s an overall software issue going on.

But their software sucks. I’ve had Chinese-specific devices before and the software always sucks. The review at AP confirms that to me. If Huawei wants to be a big time player in the industry, they had better put intense and extreme effort into understanding “good” software and creating it.

If that takes hiring Google, Apple or Microsoft people, let them do it. Otherwise they’ll continue to be a fringe brand outside of China. Preventing apps from running in the background messes with Android’s Doze mode, no?

How did this device even pass Google’s CTS? I’m not sure how they get around this, exactly. It probably doesn’t technically interfere with Doze, just essentially makes much of what it does redundant unless you add all your apps to the whitelist.

Is there decent software development for Kirin processors? So, I’m guessing there isn’t a lot of development effort going on at least on XDA. Kernal isn’t released yet, it should be coming in the next week or 2.

Even so, I never once encountered the issue with accidental dismissal of notifications that the author describes, so maybe MIUI handled the two pane navigation better than Huawei does. You a Xiaomi fan?

Fancy meeting you here. Been planning to get one of you for a long time. Xiaomi must be one helluva company to make fans with such intuitive AI that they actually visit Disqus boards and engage in such eloquent self-promotion.

Considering most flagship devices usually struggle to produce that, I don’t think it’s very bad at all. Plus, I think you are looking at overall battery time and not screen on time.

The two are very different. I get hrs SoT on my Z2 Pro every cycle. The asus phones works pretty much the same and i don’t remember such an unprofessional expletive laden review.

And did you really just call people in china dumb for expecting different things. Honestly greenify existed in the west first you know. I see expletives in your comment, but none in the review.

And no, David Ruddock didn’t call people in China dumb. He called the decision by the manufacturer to flout established Android UI trends to differentiate for the sake of it “dumb”.

It might be jsut me, but all the software flaws described are things that were, erm, borrowed, from iOS, but sometimes in a botched way while iOS asks for permissions on app launch, EMUI does not.

I have EMUI 4. Maybe it’s made different to you. I’m not using it. I have read this review and the author mentions he has to specifically go to settings and enable notifications and running in the background for each app separately.

Well, I just downloaded an app for test and it DID run in the background by default. All notifications appear on top by default and you have the option to either allow notifications or not to that app.

And that doesn’t mean that an app doesn’t ask you for permissions. This is built-in android and the skinning in it would be too high. Otherwise EMUI just runs smoothly and you can easily install a custom launcher to get a more stockish feel there is a “stockify” theme in the play store for instance but you can look for others as well.

It might be different, I simply don’t know. But I don’t think it’s that bad although I wanted a more stock android experience either. Well, I don’t think the author lies in the review.

Maybe Huawei changed stuff in 4. I think the same. Plus it had a feature that was “pre-borrowed” from Nougat: They tried to add some stock features but they messed it a lot.

At least you can enable running in background, I don’t believe ios offers that option, it behaves like other feature phone OSs. A lot was borrowed from iOS, but not all.

Huawei’s EMUI needs to be called out at every opportunity. Absolutely fuckall piece of shit. People in China might be fine with that shitshow but no one else should have to suffer. I would only ever buy a Nexus or very close to stock android phone like Moto, so sick and tired of manufacture skins that make Android look like a kids toy.

Been waiting on that for years myself mate. The first Honor phone in Europe was the Honor 6 from Don’t you count us Europeans as western? I’ve expected a lot more snark and negativity in this review.

Instead, I think I can consider it ‘fair’. Read the Good and the Bad list, and You really need to be less subjective. I’m talking about not liking EMUI. It’s a subjective thing, like you said, some people like it, some don’t.

Whichever your side is, it’s a subjective matter, aside from the functionality, bugs and features, you needn’t talk about it as if it’s a bad thing nor if it’s a good thing.

If you can’t stand it, that’s fine, but other people can. I don’t own a Huawei device so I’m not the one to judge whether EMUI is good or not, but many people don’t have a problem with it, so I guess it should be left out from the Bad list.

Too bad that promo code you talked about for Newegg doesn’t work. In fact, the savings on battery and having this amazing processor have sold me completely.

The Honor 8 is awesome. EMUI update would be great, or an unlocked bootloader and CM, but the performance of this phone is head and shoulders above any phone anywhere close to it’s price point.

Anyone who uses overlays is no stranger to the weirdness. Throwing Now launcher helped shoulder that a lot. I’m loving this phone though, and this is coming from a V10 user. Every time i connect my headphones it starts the google app, voice thingy, and starts all kinds of programs and stuff, automaticly changes the volume and so on.

Anyone know what the problem is? The nougat update adds the app drawer back which was my biggest drawback with EMUI initially. I’ve only had it for about 3 weeks, but have been pleasantly surprised with it.

It feels quality made and great in hand, fragile but great. The one annoying thing I can’t seem to figure out how to disable is everytime I disconnect power or try to use the microphone in anothe app like Soundhound or Google Music Search, it gives me a pop up dialog informing me of what is happening.

This review should be updated to reflect that EMUI 5 had fixed a number of these issues. It’s still not perfect, but no skin is. I bought a Huawei Honor 8 on August 5th, and found its GPS not working properly showing different route, GPS moves different route when the vehicle moves, and not re-routing etc on around 23rd.

Did a factory reset and tried with different maps Finally I contacted the customer case on 25th August and they asked me to send the device to them. After few days of wait they emailed me the UPS shipping label and I sent the device to them.

After 10 days of wait I received the device back saying the issue has been fixed. I configured the apps again and found still the GPS not working. So I contacted the customer care again on the next day itself Sep 20th and told them the about the issue.

The surprising thing was that the issue was not properly recorded against the ticket, and they said we have replaced the speaker and USB charging port. They were not aware of the exact problem. They simply asked me to send the device again to fix the actual issue, and the customer service representative agreed me that they will send the UPS label within next day 6: I waited for 3 days but there was no response so today I contacted them again Sep 25th, it was totally disappointing me that they told nothing is updated on your new ticket, so again I had to explain all the story and they updated the ticket.

Also I asked them to replace the device because the one which I received is a faulty one, so I need a non-faulty device. But they are saying that is also not in their hands and the service engineer has to decide it.

Their service engineer only replaced two parts without knowing the actual problem. If they replaced those parts means there was some issues with that too. That is the reason I asked for a replacement.

It looks like the customer has to listen to them whatever they says even after paying the full amount of the device. Now I am waiting for the device to get repaired?

I am sure these guys are not going to do a good job Latest news Oreo 8. Hottest Hottest Latest Comments. Honor 8 News Phone Reviews. Battery life “Epic” is how I would describe it, all things considered.

The Honor 8 sips power and easily managed almost twice the battery life of Alcatel’s similarly-priced Idol 4S during my testing. Granted, both the Axon 7 and OnePlus 3 have also received high marks in this area.

Speed The Honor 8’s Kirin chipset, coupled with a p display, means you’ll be pushing pixels along expeditiously. The Honor 8 feels snappy and responsive in all things, but still provides the aforementioned longevity.

Fingerprint scanner It’s on the back and it’s lightning-quick. It’s also a button, if that’s something you find you want to use I did not find any such appeal here.

Great value The Honor 8 delivers exceptional performance, a solid camera, modern design, and excellent battery life in a highly competitive price bracket. Camera While I sometimes found images a bit washed out, the Honor 8 focused quickly and was a reliable daily shooter.

Its low-light performance, I’d say, is probably class-leading. It is an affront to Android, both aesthetically and functionally. Did you know every time you install a new app in EMUI, the system won’t let it run when the display is off i.

And neither will most people who buy this phone. Get lost with this nonsense, Huawei. Bugs I encountered some, and at least one that caused any video playback to just totally stop working until I rebooted the phone was what I’d call experience-breaking.

Not a good look. Slippery Because the Honor 8 lacks even a rear camera hump, it’s just a big slippery glass brick. I cannot count how many times I almost dropped this phone. All the inconvenience of OnePlus’s Dash without the blistering speed.

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Everything should be criticized. I see what you did there. Did I mention that the article you are commenting is a review? EMUI is inherently just a bear That’s an understatement.

I wish I could do the same. Long live CM 13 on Note 3. Few of the other non-Nexus Android phones have this level of bugginess. The bugs described would be a night-mare for the average user.

Let’s not throw everything into the same pile. EMUI is just a bad execution. TouchWiz, Sense etc aren’t bad. Touchwiz is a burning dumpster. Sense is a burning dumpster with a homeless person still in it.

The cheap price was just a stop-gap, I thought, until something better came along. Their software is not shitty. Also TouchWiz and Sense are not bad at all. BTW, what is the phone you consider ‘the best’ right now, David?

If you want Stock Android go get a 6P. I just hope this device gets good development. It’s really a big mess lol. A shame launchers don’t extend to the notification shade, quick toggles, and system settings.

I wonder if David got a faulty unit, or something? Makes me wonder why AP keeps him around, really. Oh, c’mon, did you actually read this article? Probably not from your post.

Thank you for the update and clarification! So you have the phone then? Slap nova launcher on it and it’s not much of an issue. Well, that was a disappointing review for the phone but expected Yeah, especially since this phone was made by the uhh..

Huawei do not update phones outside China. And I have Honor 7. If you are not sure what your network’s password is or what you would need to use to log back into your network, then you can skip this part of troubleshooting for the moment and then once you have that information available you can move on with this step in troubleshooting.

Tap Wi-Fi to open some extra settings and then look for the name of the Wi-Fi network that you are having trouble with. You can simply Tap or Tap and hold in some cases on that network which should give you an option to Forget or Forget network.

Go ahead and tap on that choice to instruct your phone to forget that network and all of its current settings. Once everything is back up and running access the Wi-Fi option on your phone again, find the network again, and then try connecting to it once again.

If you’re still facing connectivity issues, then go ahead so you0 can learn more ways to resolve the problem. This is a strange little bug that causes problems but make sure that the time and date on your Honor 8, your modem and wireless router all match the date and time of your ISP Internet Service Provider.

If you are unsure how to do this, then you may need to contact your ISP just to verify that everything on your network works correctly. If your applications on your Honor 8 that act as a security application such as an antivirus, a virus scanner, firewall etc.

If you uninstall it and your Honor 8’s internet starts working properly again then you may need to contact the app developer to see if they could recommend or guide you through configuring their apps settings in order for everything to work as it should.

It might be as simple as checking or unchecking one of the available security options or features for your device. This isn’t necessarily causing the issue but, if you’ve tried all the previous fixes to no avail, you can also define the way your device connects to the network IP by choosing your router wireless network and try changing the IP settings to Static.

Now check to see if you’ve finally resolved the connectivity issue on your Honor 8. If not, you can continue to the next fix in the series. Make sure that you verify that your internet is in fact malfunctioning as opposed to an issue with your web browser or even worse a problematic home page.

Open your web browser and in the address bar where it shows what web page you are on type in the URL of a website that you KNOW is working. I suggest typing in https: Changing your Honor 8’s default home page should fix this little hiccup and it will no longer seem like the internet is malfunctioning on your cell phone.

Now, restart your device and check your connection to see if it works. If this doesn’t apply to you or if it didn’t work, then move to the next fix. There is still one more tip that can help you if all of earlier ones did not help solve the Honor 8 Wi-Fi connectivity issue.

This may come as a surprise but the culprit might very well be your mobile network. If you have both Wi-Fi and Mobile Data enabled at the same time, then turn off the mobile data connection.

Some persons experience a drop in the connection to the Wi-Fi which is sometimes caused by the device trying to decide which connection is best. You could also try updating the firmware on your router.

I highly doubt that this is necessary but it is still worth a shot. These are all the simple steps that you can take to fix your connection issues. There is a short recap below for reference.

If you’re still having connection issues, then you can take a look at the advanced section which I saved for last below the summary. This guide will go over some tips and tricks that you can try to get your Wi-Fi connected and working correctly once again.

Before we start troubleshooting the Wi-Fi connection on your cell phone or wireless network, I want to take a second to state that this guide is a reference for fixing advanced Wi-Fi problems that can occur on your Honor 8.

This guide is also intended to give more support when ALL standard troubleshooting tips are exhausted and there are few options left to try when troubleshooting the Honor 8 itself.

If you have not read the above section on How to fix the Wi-Fi on a Huawei Honor 8 then go ahead and read that section of the article FIRST and follow every suggestion listed as it covers many tips and tricks that can get you connected to a wireless network.

If you have read and done all the steps in that section of the guide including a factory data reset and have also tried to set up a static IP address, then please continue reading for some extra suggestions.

Here are a few strange Wi-Fi issues that are a real pain to try to fix when they happen to any device. This seems like an issue that can happen on a Honor 8. This is usually a software conflict on the phone itself but if you have already tried standard troubleshooting and this is the corner that you’re in then keep reading for a fix.

This issue can happen after upgrading as well, and is one of the most confusing Wi-Fi issues to have. You can hold your device right next to the wireless modem or router and get no signal.

A very annoying issue that is difficult to fix but this article has some suggestions for this issue as well. There are a few things that can cause this problem, including hardware issues on the phone itself like a damaged or malfunctioning antenna or the wireless network might be hidden.

These are just a few of the issues that the standard troubleshooting in the article mentioned above won’t necessarily fix. This is because many of the issues described above are the result of a problem with the wireless network and not a problem with your smartphone.

The wireless network might just need a few settings changed in order for everything to work properly. So keep reading as this article can address this problem as well. The following troubleshooting tips are suggestions that can and may get your Wi-Fi working properly.

It is recommending that you write any original setting s that you end up changing when troubleshooting your network so that you can revert back to those setting if a suggestion turns out ineffective or the problem persists.

I am not responsible nor accountable for any issues that might occur when manually adjusting these settings. If problems arise you can always reset the modem or router back to default so there is little to no chance of causing anything permanent, but I just want to make it clear that you should pay attention to the settings that you change so that you can go back to the original settings should you want or need to.

OK now for what you came here for, the real Wi-Fi troubleshooting! Since you have already completed the suggestions in the Wi-Fi troubleshooting guide mentioned above most of what you can do to your Honor 8 to get the Wi-Fi working again is done.

This means that the solution is phone related but network specific. So we are going to need to use your modem or router to adjust some settings. The process to get access to the settings on a modem or router is typically straightforward but could vary from device to device.

You might have to do a quick Google Search for your specific router and how to configure it. Before accessing your router or modem if you have not already soft reset your device then make sure to do that first.

Wait for your wireless router to power back on which can take a few minutes, and then try to connect your cell phone to the network again to see if this easy trick fixes it.

Once you gain access to your network and can get access to and configure its settings then here is a list of things to try adjusting. If you can connect then reenter the passwords on your router and phone and see if it helped.

Check your MAC address filtering and try switching it off or to disabled. With the MAC address filtering turned on your network is performing an additional security feature, which is great as more checks can keep your network more secure, but, set up this configuration properly or it can cause these types of problems.

The working devices might have their MAC addresses listed as allowed connections but your phone is one of the allowed devices. Your router may also have a list of addresses prevented from accessing or connecting to the wireless network.

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The headphone jack and a USB-C port, along with the single bottom-firing speaker, line the lower portion of the device frame. Two months from now could be a very different story, though. I have seen however where the correct password and Wi-Fi information does not work and the device keeps displaying an Authentication failed error message. And that doesn’t mean that an app doesn’t ask you for permissions. I wonder if David got a faulty unit, or something? OnePlus also has very good software that is near stock with some unique features. I had been wondering for a while how Huawei numbered its Huawei phones!

The surprising thing was that the issue was not properly recorded against the ticket, and they said we have replaced the speaker and USB charging port. It’s back] Free alert: Don’t people buy these just to install ROMs anyway?

I don’t check the weather. I encountered some, and at least one that caused any video playback to just totally stop working until I rebooted the phone was what I’d call experience-breaking. If not, then you might want to check out some more troubleshooting tips below. If you have tried troubleshooting your phone and have made no progress in getting it to connect or stay connected to your wireless network properly then the fault may not lay with the phone but could be an issue with the wireless network itself.

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Stop bad mouthing UIs that are really good and not boring like vanilla Android. Blacks are predictably more like dark grays, though light bleed on the panel edges is impressively subdued. If you uninstall it and your Honor 8’s internet starts working properly again then you may need to contact the app developer to see if they could recommend or guide you through configuring their apps settings in order for everything to work as it should. See…

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