Huawei WiFi A3X Pro is a Wi-Fi 6+ router with AX Wi-Fi (802.11ax) standard. The router offers high Wi-Fi speed and signal coverage using its dynamic narrowband technology. A feature of Huawei AX3 Pro router is the built-in NFC chip, which helps you connect your NFC enabled Android phone to the router without entering the Wi-Fi password.



What is Wi-Fi 6?

The 6th generation of Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi 6 is the new AX standard (802.11ax) and has several improvements over the previous Wi-Fi 5 standard. It is fast (up to 9.6 Gbps), more efficient, and has less congestion in heavy bandwidth usage situations.

In simple words, Wi-Fi 6 router is a must if you have several devices (smartphones, laptops, etc.) in your home or office to connect to the same Wi-Fi.

The Huawei WiFi AX3 Pro router has a built-in NFC card, so you can connect your Android phone to the router without entering the Wi-Fi password. Here’s how to enable Huawei Share or NFC on your phone and connect it to the router.

Connect phone to Huawei wifi 6 router via NFC

Connect your phone to the Huawei WiFi AX3 Pro router via NFC

  1. Setup your Huawei WiFi A3X Pro router.
  2. On your Android phone, open the Quick Settings menu.
  3. Tap on the NFC icon to turn on it.
  4. Place your phone on top of the Huawei AX3 Pro router to connect the Wi-Fi.
  5. You will see Connect to the network dialogue on your phone.
  6. Tap on Connect to enable Wi-Fi connection on your phone.

Note that the NFC (Near Field Communication) card is usually on the back of the phone (near the camera), so place your phone’s camera area on top of the router for a quick connection.

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