Huawei has sped up the HarmonyOS 2.0 rollout in China and users are seemingly interested to upgrade. The latest software comes with various new features and design interfaces to allure smartphone owners including the Nova series.
However, the initial HarmonyOS software users including Huawei Nova 8, 7, and 6 series are well recognized among consumers. Therefore, the company has released a new .168 version of HarmonyOS 2.0 for these devices.
As we’ve seen before, the .168 HarmonyOS 2.0 update for these Huawei Nova devices comes with an important bug that was haunting HarmonyOS users for a long time. Talking specifically, the latest update fixes multi-window mode.
Surprisingly, the company is delivering September 2021 security patch for these devices, which is not regular to see. At least with HarmonyOS, Huawei is scoping to send timely security patches for the corresponding devices.
For your information, the HarmonyOS .168 software update is rolling out for the Huawei Nova 6, Nova 6 5G, Nova 7 5G, Nova 7 Pro 5G, Nova, and Nova 8 Pro 5G. You can check the detailed model information linked below.
- Nova 8 ANG-AN00
- Nova 8 Pro 5G BRQ-AN00
- Nova 7 5G JEF-AN00
- Nova 7 5G JEF-AN20
- Nova 7 5G JEF-TN00
- Nova 7 5G JEF-TN20
- Nova 7 Pro 5G JER-AN10
- Nova 7 Pro 5G JER-AN20
- Nova 7 Pro 5G JER-TN10
- Nova 7 Pro 5G JER-TN20
- Nova 6 WLZ-AL10
- Nova 6 5G WLZ-AN00
- Fixes an issue where some app icons on the Multi-Window dock would not respond to touches.
- Integrates security patches for improved system security released in September 2021.
The latest Huawei Nova device update will not erase any of your personal data but we recommend you back up important data before updating. The update package will be deleted automatically after the update is complete.
The users can check for the OTA update in Settings >> System & updates >> Update >> Check for updates >> Download and install. If the update is available we recommend you download and install it as soon is appears.
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Huawei Mate 50 series gets new features update for camera, 3D avatar and more
Huawei is pushing a new software update for Mate 50 series that brings fresh improvements for the camera, brings new 3D avatar features, and system performance improvement.
Huawei Mate 50 series is the most recent and sole smartphone to launch with the HarmonyOS 3 operating system. And the company now has pushed off the second HarmonyOS 3 optimization update for the Huawei Mate 50 on the count.
The new Huawei Mate 50 series update clearly mentions the enhancements for Senior mode, optimizations for the camera, and shooting effects. Meanwhile, the user experience is better with 3D emojis.
The following below-mentioned features are optimized through the update:
- This update enhances the function of the Senior mode for more convent and safe use of the phone
- The performance of some game scenes and the camera shooting effect are optimized to improve the user experience
- In the account center, you can also create an exclusive 3D avatar for yourself, which can be used as an avatar or the screen-off display.
How senior mode works:
The Senior mode name itself reflects that helpful for older people. However, the font size on the device increases when a user activates the Elderly mode. With the text size increased, someone with poor vision would be able to read the words on the screen.
In short, the application icons and the text font behave similarly in elderly mode, they enlarge and become more streamlined for users’ convenience.
Back to the update, this new HarmonyOS 3 optimization update for the Huawei Mate 50 can be identified through the 126.96.36.199 build (C00E130R5P4). To experience all these enhancements just lift 848 MB of your data to download and install it.
What was Huawei Mate 50 first update bring:
The very first update for the Huawei Mate 50 brings compatibility for the FreeBuds 2. However, the HD spatial audio FreeBuds Pro 2 earphones will eventually be compatible with the Huawei Mate 50.
As a result, Mate 50 consumers will receive a massive assortment of unexpected components and numerous new upgrades to their innovative smart device.
New Huawei P50 Pocket update optimizes background task handling feature
New Huawei HarmonyOS 3 beta version and September 2022 security update both were awaited to-release for the Huawei P50 Pocket users, and Huawei smartly handles the situation by dispatching them together with a single update.
Yes! Huawei recently rollout the fourth beta version of HarmonyOS 3 for the uniquely designed P50 Pocket along with a new feature for better background task handling.
The new HarmonyOS 3 version for the Huawei P50 Pocket doesn’t bring any new features, but it optimizes the background task handling for smartphone smooth working, which can be degraded by excessive storage and junk files.
Huawei Task window clearing function: These features help your handset free from junk and other unusual stuff that bother your handset to run wisely. Through this update, the company optimizes the background task window handling feature to let you explore your smartphone free from junk and more.
- Huawei P50 Pocket (BAL-AL00)
- Huawei P50 Pocket (BAL-AL80)
If your Huawei P50 Pocket runs over the HarmonyOS 188.8.131.52 baseline, then you are smartphone is eligible to receive the HarmonyOS 184.108.40.206 fourth beta build version.
- Optimize the application task window clearing function
- Ingrate September 2022 security patch to enhance system security
September 2022 security patch for Huawei P50 Pocket:
With this two-in-one update for the Huawei P50 Pocket users, a question arises that this recent update with September 2022 patch is released for the HarmonyOS 3 tester. But what about the non beta testers?
Well, those who are not beta testers then they will receive a separate September 2022 security update based on the HarmonyOS 2 version. However, the aim to release the September 2022 security update along with the HarmonyOS 3 beta is just to protect the system of your device from bugs.
Non-beta tester of the Huawei P50 Pocket should wait a while to experience the September 2022 security patch. Just stay tuned with us for the latest info about the upcoming update.
Huawei Nova 5i receives September 2022 optimization update
Huawei is currently working to make HarmonyOS 3 beta compatible, to release its stable version soon for users. Here’s a kindness pop-up for the Huawei Nova 5i users as the company recently released an optimization update for the same.
It’s worthless to mention that Huawei always taking care of all of its models all around the world, no matter how old devices it is. Well, the Huawei Nova 5i smartphone is also one the famous and loveable among users.
But, it seems a little unfair for the Huawei Nova 5i users that they get the optimization update instead of the ongoing September 2022 security patch update. Alongside, there no indication for HarmonyOS 3 for the Huawei Nova 5i so far.
We have to wait a while to see the next step of the company, as there were only 2 batches of devices released to get the HarmonyOS 3 beta update. Huawei Nova 5i users should for the upcoming batches to know whether they receive it or not.
Huawei Nova 5i September 2022 update:
Well back to the title, the latest update for the Huawei Nova 5i make the device more compatible and stable for the users. It also improves the overall functionality of the system.
As per the info, Huawei bringing this new September 2022 optimization update on the surface of the HarmonyOS. The Chinese users can identify this update with the software version 220.127.116.110. However, upgrading the device to a new version has a baseline of 18.104.22.1688.
- Huawei Nova 5i (GLK-AL00)
- Huawei Nova 5i (GLK-TL00)
How to update:
We advise you to continue checking for updates on your phone by going to Settings > tapping on System & updates > choosing Software updates > and then following the on-screen directions to get the most recent software build for your Huawei Nova 5i phone.
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