Why am I prompted to connect to the Internet when I receive files using Huawei Share?

Why am I prompted to connect to the Internet when I receive files using Huawei Share?

When you receive files using Huawei Share, you will be prompted to connect to the Internet to obtain your Huawei ID information (nickname and profile picture).

This information is used to establish a connection with the sending device.

Obtaining your Huawei ID information only uses a negligible amount of data.

Why can’t I find the receiving device when I use Huawei Share?

Why can’t I find the receiving device when I use Huawei Share?

  • Ensure the receiving device supports Huawei Share and the Huawei Share feature is enabled.
  • Confirm the screen is turned on.
  • Confirm the devices are within range (max. 10 m or 33 ft).
  • Check whether the receiving device is connected to another device. If so, terminate the connection and try again.

Why does my Wi-Fi connection slow down when Huawei Share is enabled?

Why does my Wi-Fi connection slow down when Huawei Share is enabled?

Cause

Huawei Share uses the Wi-Fi antenna to ensure that your phone can be discovered by other devices. This may cause your Wi-Fi connection to slow down.

Solution

Disable Huawei Share when you want to download large amounts of data over Wi-Fi (such as when streaming video).

How to Adding a fingerprint for the first time Using HUAWEI P10?

Adding a fingerprint for the first time

You can use a fingerprint to unlock your screen, access locked apps and the safe, and make secure payments.

To better protect your privacy, you can only use the fingerprint screen unlock feature when the unlock method is set to PIN orPassword .

  1. Touch Settings .
  2. Touch Fingerprint ID > PIN or Password , and set an unlock password by following the on-screen instructions.
  3. Once you have set a password, touch New fingerprint to add your fingerprint.
  4. Place your fingertip on the fingerprint sensor. Press down lightly on the sensor until your device vibrates. Repeat this step using different parts of your fingertip.
  5. Touch OK .

To unlock the screen, place your fingertip on the fingerprint sensor.

You will be asked to enter your backup PIN or password when you restart your device or if fingerprint recognition fails.

How to Making an emergency call Using HUAWEI P10 Phone?

Making an emergency call

In the event of an emergency, you can make emergency calls from your device, even without a SIM card. However, you must be in an area with cellular coverage.

  1. Open Dialer .
    You can also touch Emergency from the lock screen.

  2. Enter the emergency number for your location in the dialer, and then touch .
If you are in an area with good cellular reception, your device will automatically obtain your location and display it on the screen.

The ability to make emergency calls depend on local regulations and carriers in your area. Poor network coverage or environmental interference may prevent your call from being connected. Never rely solely on your device for essential communication during emergencies.

Can I use the charger to charge other phones?

Can I use the charger to charge other phones?

  • You can use the charger to charge other Huawei phones, although it may not be compatible with phones from other manufacturers.
  • For best results, use the charger that came with your phone. Using other chargers may result in longer charging times due to a lower charging current.

Recommendations

Use the cable that came with your HUAWEI phone.

Are HUAWEI P10 phones water-resistant?

Water resistance-ratings:

The HUAWEI P10 has a IPX2 water-resistant rating, and is resistant to exposure to everyday moisture such as sweat or short periods of light rain.

The P10 plus has a IPX3 water-resistant rating, and is resistant to everyday spills as well as sweat or short periods of light rain.

However, neither phone is designed to be placed in a basin, pool, or be submerged in water. If your phone is exposed to too much water, turn it off immediately, (if the phone turns itself off, do not try to turn it on again) and take it to your nearest Huawei service center for assistance.

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