"please consider taking the time to verify with the OpenWrt team" why don't you get the team to update their docs to include the caveat you believe the docs require. Then I'll update the answer and the world will be better. Telling people some guys on a forum basically said it's poopoo and taking that word as gospel shows less effort than you're demanding from others.
I also googled a lot, but only found one person with similar problems on OnePlus devices (also OpenWrt 802.11r), which can be found in the thread at the beginning. Does anyone of you use a similar setup (802.11r, ideally OpenWrt, Android 10) and can report the same behaviour? I'm still not convinced whether this is an Android or an OpenWrt issue. Openwrt on Android - YouTube Dec 07, 2014 GitHub - gl-inet/home-assistant-on-openwrt Script to install HomeAssistant on OpenWRT. HomeAssistant is an open source home automation platform. It is able to track and control thousands of smart … Android USB tethering to an OpenWRT router - Android Use OpenWRT 10.03 or later. Install the following modules: kmod-nls-base kmod-usb2 kmod-usb-core kmod-usb-net kmod-usb-net-cdc-ether kmod-usb-net-rndis kmod-usb-ohci kmod-usb-uhci Then edit /etc/config/network. Under the WAN configuration, change option ifname eth1 to option ifname usb0. Then enable USB tethering on the phone and reboot the router.
Since OpenWRT will probably be used as a firewall, it is essential to verify the authenticity of your downloads. To do that, you’ll need the GPG public keys from OpenWRT. Figure out which version of OpenWRT you will install, and then download the appropriate key.
Tested and working with a Wileyfox Swift (Android smartphone) with a router running OpenWrt “master” (built from source) as of 25/04/2018. Building from source isn't necessary for this, I did it for other reasons. Tested and working with an IPhone8 and X running IOS 13.1.3 with OpenWrt version 18.06.4 on a HooToo HT-TM02 (TripMate Nano) v1.5
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