EMUI 9.1 has a lot to offer from Huawei and most of the phone has already started receiving the EMUI 9.1 beta and Stable versions, between all of this if your phone didn’t receive the notification of the update, there’s an alternative way to check the update manually through HiCare app.
Before you dive into this tutorial, make sure your device has the HiCare app to its latest version. If there’s no HiCare app on your device, please go to the Google Play Store to download and install it, then follow the instructions below.
1. Open the HiCare app > Log in > Select country/region > Agree to the User Agreement and Privacy Notice > Update > Request update > Apply > Checking for new system update > Download and install.
Under normal circumstances, you will receive the EMUI 9.1 version within two hours. But due to a large number of applicants, the system will have a little bit delayed to send the version timely. Please be patient.
And if you’re still can’t receive the version, please follow the steps: Please check if your phone is on the applicable version by going into Settings > System > About phone > Build number.
For another version, please upgrade to the applicable version by Settings > System > System update.
Or, please check if the HiCare meet the needs by HiCare > Service > Update.
Still waiting for the update? Please check the following settings:
1. A local SIM card is in your device.
2. A local network is used.
3. Go to Settings > Apps > Updater > Storage > Clear data.
After that, if the problem still persists, please write to Huawei Support in your country with your “IMEI number” and “build number” (Only if required) of your device (You can find the numbers by Settings-> About phone -> Build number or SN). They will push the software upgrade package as soon as possible.