Huawei did not install Quik on smartphones. A similar problem touched my Huawei P10. Should you be afraid to install applications on Huawei smartphones without asking for user consent?
As you may associate with my previous posts every day I am rather quite satisfied user of the Huawei P10. I also understand that everyone, even the flagship, has the right to trim, heat up or even restart. To this Huawei saved me such pleasure. To this day, at one of the desktops I found an application called Quik. At first I thought that I just happened to accidentally agree to install something useless. With innate precautions before turning on her, I checked to see if it was a funny virus but not. With quick search on the internet I know I'm not the only one – just for some reason, on some Huawei smartphones , Quik is used to edit videos from GoPro sports cams. I would like to have one. In principle, I thought that since it took me a couple of seconds to remove the application, there was nothing wrong with it, but then I was struck by the thought that, without my knowledge, you could install a movie editor on my phone, you could install everything on it. Unfortunately, that is a bit disturbing vision. Android was originally intended to give users control over their applications by giving them the right permissions at their own discretion. According to a statement issued by the company, the application was installed due to an "internal error" and could be removed at any time. Actually, this did not work, and Huawei is looking for a reason. According to the information I found on the network similar problem touched the holders of Huawei Mate 10 Pro and Honor 9 – and my Huawei P10. Did anyone come across a similar problem on your Huawei device?