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Huawei EMUI February 2021 security update details

Following the launch of EMUI 11, Huawei started recruiting devices for EMUI 11 beta testing in China as well as globally. This beta program gives allows participants to experience the latest features offered by the EMUI 11 ahead of its general availability.

As of now, Huawei has completed the EMUI 11 for most of its eligible devices including Huawei P40, Mate 30, MatePad Pro, Nova 6, Mate Xs, and P30 series by releasing the stable EMUI 11 version in China.

EMUI 11 testing program for global variants is still underway. On the other hand, the flagship smartphones have received stable updates. Moreover, Huawei has planned to send EMUI for the devices throughout the first quarter of 2021.

In December 2020, Huawei revealed the HarmonyOS 2.0 developer beta version and simultaneously started the recruitment of the previous-gen flagship for HarmonyOS 2.o beta. After the recruitment, the company rolled the first beta update for registered devices but it only remains enclosed to the Chinese users.

Aside from this, Huawei is rolling out new software updates for many smartphones and tablets. These updates come in monthly and quarterly timespan and bring security patches for security improvements. Talking of security, the company has released the February 2021 security patch details that will be rolled out for Huawei models.

The security updates for Huawei devices include CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposure) announced in the February 2021 Android security bulletin.

The February 2021 security patch from Huawei fixes different levels of exploits and issues within Huawei phones including 2 critical, 26 high, and 77 medium levels of CVEs. Check more information below.

The following are the CVE announced in February 2021 EMUI security update Android security bulletin.

Critical: CVE-2021-0325,CVE-2021-0326

High: CVE-2020-11261,CVE-2020-11239,CVE-2020-11262,CVE-2020-10732,CVE-2020-11233,CVE-2020-11250,CVE-2020-11240,CVE-2021-0339,CVE-2021-0337,CVE-2021-0327,CVE-2021-0334,CVE-2021-0329,CVE-2021-0328,CVE-2021-0340,CVE-2021-0305,CVE-2021-0302,CVE-2021-0314,CVE-2021-0336,CVE-2021-0333,CVE-2021-0331,CVE-2021-0338,CVE-2021-0330,CVE-2021-0341,CVE-2019-2183,CVE-2020-0338,CVE-2021-0332

Medium: CVE-2020-11160,CVE-2020-0053,CVE-2019-17052,CVE-2020-0138,CVE-2020-0176,CVE-2020-0196,CVE-2020-0305,CVE-2020-12114,CVE-2020-27068,CVE-2020-0045,CVE-2020-0084,CVE-2020-0087,CVE-2020-0046,CVE-2020-0047,CVE-2020-0048,CVE-2020-0049,CVE-2020-0051,CVE-2020-0052,CVE-2020-0054,CVE-2020-0085,CVE-2020-0124,CVE-2020-0203,CVE-2020-0208,CVE-2020-0209,CVE-2020-0210,CVE-2020-0135,CVE-2020-0167,CVE-2020-0131,CVE-2020-0126,CVE-2020-0179,CVE-2020-0218,CVE-2020-0128,CVE-2020-0127,CVE-2020-0132,CVE-2020-0050,CVE-2020-0217,CVE-2020-0055,CVE-2020-0056,CVE-2020-0057,CVE-2020-0058,CVE-2020-0059,CVE-2020-0129,CVE-2019-17133,CVE-2019-13272,CVE-2019-13631,CVE-2019-15666,CVE-2019-10638,CVE-2019-15117,CVE-2019-11477,CVE-2019-11478,CVE-2019-11479,CVE-2020-0067,CVE-2020-0187,CVE-2020-0168,CVE-2020-0190,CVE-2020-0194,CVE-2019-13136,CVE-2020-0151,CVE-2020-0152,CVE-2020-0182,CVE-2020-0191,CVE-2020-0192,CVE-2020-0193,CVE-2020-0195,CVE-2020-0207,CVE-2020-0181,CVE-2020-0184,CVE-2020-0189,CVE-2020-0198,CVE-2019-9429,CVE-2019-9438,CVE-2019-9364,CVE-2019-9375,CVE-2019-9350,CVE-2019-9233,CVE-2019-9234,CVE-2019-9243

Low: none

Already included in previous updates: CVE-2020-11123,CVE-2020-3639,CVE-2020-11175,CVE-2020-11168,CVE-2020-11193,CVE-2020-11196,CVE-2020-11138,CVE-2020-11139,CVE-2020-3685,CVE-2020-11143,CVE-2020-11136,CVE-2020-11137,CVE-2020-11145,CVE-2020-3691,CVE-2020-3686,CVE-2020-11140,CVE-2020-11144,CVE-2020-11200,CVE-2020-11215,CVE-2020-11197,CVE-2020-11216,CVE-2020-11212,CVE-2020-11213,CVE-2020-11119,CVE-2021-0342,CVE-2021-0301

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