Devices will keep all data when migrating to HarmonyOS 2

10 June 2021
All apps will continue to work after the update, even on older Honor phones.

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  • Kev

For all of the Google clingers in Europe (Yes, I am one of them)

I believe that if you wanna keep your EMUI 10 or 11 and thus Android 10, all you need to do is not update the phone. This is just like old school iPhone jailbreaking, where some of the folks kept old iOS versions for years just so that their jailbreak procedures would still work.

It's simple. Just don't open System & Updates in your Huawei phone. I will not, as I'm perfectly happy with my Google-woven P30 Pro running EMUI 11. And that sentiment will not change unless Google Play Services stay onboard in a European version of HarmonyOS.

  • X

Nope, its not android.
Its the latest "internet 3.0" built on blockchain and if you're curios how it works-research and read FISCO BCOS because that's where it runs on a similar platform.
I already have an idea which company from Singapore is behind it and that IoT blockchain will go live/mainnet next week. This company developed world's first true and proprietary blockchain phone.

  • Anonymous

Rich3yy, 10 Jun 2021Didn't someone claim Android apps won't work at a... moreWhy wouldnt it work? It is skinned android 10

  • Anonymous

Rich3yy, 10 Jun 2021Didn't someone claim Android apps won't work at a... moreif it work.... it mean.... it is android

  • Anonymous

Rich3yy, 10 Jun 2021Didn't someone claim Android apps won't work at a... moreNo someone at Xda discord stated that gns is working

Didn't someone claim Android apps won't work at all (ignoring GMS)?

No Samsung device lost their data when upgrading to OneUI... It's no wonder really, considering Harmony is just Android.

  • Anonymous

need confirmation if my google will still be ok after migrating a p40 pro

Gms and HarmonyOs, then port that software onto an Huawei P50 series, the booom, suddenly an gms huawei p50

  • Anonymous

Can you opt. out of Harmony update? I would like to keep google services.

Must say that's very impressive.