Maybe never, people have been requesting for sometime now but they don't want to lose their beloved EMUI Lenovo failed to grab any market share due to poor UI and now they don't even existWhen is Honor going to replace EMUI with Android One?
Nobody knows why Lenovo isn't doing anything except making few overpriced Moto phones which won't have assured updates.Maybe never, people have been requesting for sometime now but they don't want to lose their beloved EMUI Lenovo failed to grab any market share due to poor UI and now they don't even exist
Same thing gonna happen if honor don't change their attitude and starts listening to user
While many device manufacturers do prevent modification of their phones, it’s not often that these companies reverse that decision. However, that’s exactly what Huawei did. Not only did they reverse that decision, they now appear to be forcing users to revert back to their device’s unmodified state – whether they like it or not. According to reports from the XDA-Developers forum, a recent update for the Huawei P9 actually detects if your device is modified. If it is modified, your smartphone will no longer boot. It’s a clear attack against the users and the community which helped build it up, most notably the company’s own sub-brand. While the update appears to only be available for the Huawei P9 at the moment, there’s nothing stopping the company from doing similar to their other devices too.
I am informed that a new Huawei OTA will make installing Magisk unable to boot at all. At this point I might just simply ignore this brand even exists.