Probably. My rule of thumb is I never install a pre-release OS on my primary devices, so my Pixel 2 will be staying on the released Android.Same thing on my Pixel2 - I wonder if it's because I'm running the beta OS?
The Eden project has a double-head destination charger that is perfectly suited to PHEV use, and a Rapid charger that is totally not suited to PHEV use.True, but that stops no one.
We were at the Eden Project the other day. Two posts for a car park that must have a thousand spaces, occupied by an Outlander and a Golf GTE.
I believe you'll find it came with Android 8.0 (Oreo), which is the version released August 2017. It is however on the list that Huawei say will support Android 9.I have absolutely no idea, it's only a couple of months old so it's running whatever daft name they've assigned to the latest version.
You can check the version easily even if it crashes: just go to the App Info screen for the app.The issue with Android Pie has been reported a fair number of times. If you have not had a recent app update then there won't be any change. The version of the app on my phone (Oreo - 8.1) is 1.1.3.
(But if it crashes on startup you won't be able to check the version )
Nope. Just one up-to-date one.Unlike Polar Instant, the EH app works on a Samsung Android 4. Seems one needs a separate phone for each network.
Just to add, it sems it works so well I can't exit the app to do something else! Oh well. Should you have to reboot the phone each time you use it?