1. Joshua Vincenti's Avatar
    A few months ago I got a new phone, the Huawei Mate SE, and it has been a great phone except for 1 problem: the WiFi is single-band 2.4 GHz only. So whenever you use Bluetooth, the WiFi is significantly slower because the WiFi and Bluetooth share the one band... Any advice or tips on possibly speeding it up would be appreciated. 😉
    06-28-2018 01:08 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    Don't use Bluetooth when you're using Wifi. Or, if you have access to the router, use a lower channel number. (Channel 13's top edge is the same frequency as Bluetooth. Channel 14's center frequency is almost exactly the same as Bluetooth.) Or make sure that you're near the router, so you get a strong enough signal that the Bluetooth signal won't interfere with it. (It's better to hear a few clicks in the earphone than to lose your data connection during a download.)
    06-28-2018 03:02 PM
  3. Joshua Vincenti's Avatar
    thank you for your response. How does one lower the router channel on a Google on hub?
    06-28-2018 08:55 PM

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