Huawei P20 Pro is the oldest flagship of the company and still shining in several users’ hands. For further enhancement, Huawei continues to roll out the software updates for the P20 Pro. In this segment, Huawei P20 Pro is now grabbing February 2022 EMUI security update.
On the flip side, there is exciting news for Huawei P20 Pro users running on EMUI 10.0 software system. Do you want to know, what’s the news? OK, the Huawei P20 Pro smartphone, which has not been served with EMUI 11 is now eligible to install the latest EMUI 12 software version.
However, Huawei has already opened the EMUI 12 beta testing for Huawei P20 Pro users. To participate in EMUI 12 beta, the required version for P20 Pro is EMUI 10.0.0.180. At the moment, this beta activity is spotted in South Africa and will soon expand to more markets.
Coming to the latest update, Huawei P20 Pro February 2022 update comes with build version EMUI 10.0.0.201 (C432E8R1P3) and weighs 278 Megabytes. Following the changelog, it contains only security improvements that fix different levels of threats to protect the device against threats.
February 2022 EMUI security patch details:
With February 2022 EMUI security patch, Huawei fixes a bunch of CVEs including 7 high and 1 medium CVEs in the system for better system security.
Before you proceed with the update, make sure that your smartphone has a sufficient amount of storage and battery. Also, don’t forget to make a backup copy of your important data to prevent data loss and use stable WiFi or data connection to download the package.
How to update:
Through Settings, open the settings menu on your smartphone, tap on system & updates followed by software updates. From here, press the CHECK FOR UPDATES option, and once the update appeared on your device, download and install it.
Through My Huawei app, go to My Huawei app and tap on the support option. Hereafter, click on the updates icon and it will directly take you to the update page, tap on the download and install button.
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