** NOTE: This is for EE Smarthubs with firmware at least July 2018, for older firmware click here ** With the EE Smarthub if you switch the Wi-Fi to separate
I will send the changes I have made to the developer. This version allows you to click on the folders and show a total of favourites in that folder, this is important whilst trying to solve the Edge Favourites Disappearing Issue also if an export of a Google Chrome Bookmarks files (HTML)
I have tried to solve Edge Sync issues before and succeeded using my article here, and all was working well. Recently my favorites did not seem to be syncing properly again so I backed them up to an HTML file and imported into Chrome. The problem is that if you import the Bookmarks HTML
** NOTE: With the EE July 2018 firmware update, instead of adding useful features the programmers at EE have chosen to use resources to block this workaround, so 5Ghz prefix is now added after clicking the save button. I will look for a new method when I have time ** Just received
UPDATE: On the 25th January, with no changes to my computers and phone, the syncing restarted so i don’t know if Microsoft had suddenly turn something back on. At the moment my Edge favourites are not syncing due to an issue that Microsoft does not seem to acknowedge or attempt to fix.
Download Edge Favourites Backup.zip and unzip the folder into your OneDrive. ie OneDrive\Scripts\Edge Favourites Backup It contains the following Folders\Files: Backups\ 7za.exe (hidden) Edge Favourites Backup.bat Double click on the ‘Edge Favourites Backup.bat’ this will compress the 2 folders referenced in Backup/Restore Microsoft Edge Favourites Issue into a file in the Backups folder, the name is
Backup the folders mentioned in the article BEFORE you try this I logged into a Windows 8.1 Mobile to update it to Windows 10 Mobile, the favourites that was synced to different location at the time were merged into my current 5 x Windows 10 Edge Browsers and my Microsoft Lumia 950 . Not good