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Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro receiving August 2021 feature update in Europe



Watch 3

Huawei Watch 3 and 3 Pro have been receiving a major software update with a whole bunch of features. The update has already been released at the initial stage, and now it is expanding to more regions worldwide including Europe.

According to the information, the firmware version (SP1C432E179R1P179) is rolling out for the Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro in Europe initially in Germany. It has an update size of 254MB. With the new update, these HarmonyOS 2 installed smartwatches get a bunch of newly added features along with some optimizations.

What’s New:

This software update adds new video watch faces that can be created using gallery images. Also, there are several pre-installed videos to choose from.

New gesture control to mute the incoming calls has been added, this can be done by turning your wrist 90-degree outwards and then turn it quickly back again. You can activate this feature from Accessibility >> Gestures.


With this new Watch 3 firmware, you can now set the Do Not Disturb more directly on the smartwatch and even schedule it. Furthermore, the ultra-long battery life mode which just showtime info, has new watch faces.

This software update also adds LWAN and Ultra long-life battery life options in the quick settings. And lastly, if you like music, then you can now copy music files for the Watch via Health App and listen to the music on the go.


This software update brings optimizations in the Whether widget to fasten locating and updating the information. It also optimizes the message notification feature to support ringtone notifications.

(IMage source  – Huaweiblog)


Update note:

  • Your Watch needs to be charged at least 20%.
  • Make sure to use a stable connection during the update.
  • Try again if the installation fails

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Huawei Watch 3 Series

How to check for update on Huawei Watch 3

  • First, connect your watch to your smartphone using the Huawei Health app
  • Now open the application >> tap Devices >> choose Firmware update.
  • And then follow the on-screen instructions.

Huawei Watch 3 and 3 Pro:

Launched on June 02, the Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro come with several features to make your life productive and easier. It includes several easy-to-use functions and health measuring abilities along with a premium design.

These smartwatches were the first wearable products to come pre-installed with HarmonyOS 2.0. It comes with blood oxygen saturation, body temperature measurements, sleep tracking, heart rate monitoring, and more.

Moreover, the smartwatches have an AMOLED display for an immersive experience along with connectivity options such as Bluetooth 5.2 support, WiFi, and GPS. It comes in several straps options to suit your wrist.

(Via – Huaweiblog)


Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.


Huawei P20 update in China brings new optimizations for call and display



The initiator of camera-centric Huawei smartphones – Huawei P20 receiving new calls and display optimization with the new update in China. It has fixed some basic problems causing the slower performance in the device. However, they will be resolved after installing this update.

The succeeder of the Huawei P10 series has hyped with HarmonyOS in the home ground, giving an extensive users experience. On the other hand, global users are being compensated with regular security patches and timely features. Yet, they are hoping for the HM OS ventures for this smartphone introduced in 2018.

As per the information, Huawei has kicked off the latest HarmonyOS version update for the P20 users in China. It’ll shift the previous version to the latest after installing the new system improvements. However, the company has pushed this update in a staged manner, so no worries if hasn’t reached your device.

As for now, users can check the full update log for this Huawei phone-



  • Call: Fix the problem of screen brightness delay during incoming calls in some scenes
  • Bluetooth: Fix the problem of abnormal Bluetooth connected devices in some scenes
  • Display: Optimize unlock animation Optimize the display effect of part of the game interface

Below you can check the Huawei P20 update changelog released in China-

Huawei P20 update China

Update Notes:

Download the update latest via smartphone Settings. To do this, open system settings, and then visit System & updates. Thereafter, the users will have to click on “Check for updates” followed by the corresponding update check. If an update is available, you can click “Download and Install”. Also, don’t forget to restart your device once the process is complete.


You must remember to keep a backup of your important data to prevent any kind of data loss during the update. Furthermore, keep an adequate level of battery backup on your phone to prevent battery outage during the installation. Once started, it may take some time to process the update and install it on the device. Until then, wait patiently and try not to disturb the installation process.

About Huawei P20:

Huawei P20 series initially debuted in 2018 containing two- standard and pro models. The smartphone equips AI-powered photography features. We can also say, it started the era of camera-like photography in Huawei phones. Besides, the P20 Pro was the first triple camera smartphone across the globe. The models were pre-installs the EMUI 8.1 and Kirin 970 chip. Later, it received two major upgrades till EMUI 10 (Android 10).

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Huawei Mate 20 Lite September 2021 security patch out for global users [EMUI]



Huawei Mate 20 Lite

Global users are receiving the September 2021 security patch on the Huawei Mate 20 Lite smartphone. The update has only brought the bug fixes mentioned in the security bulletins released for September this year. Speaking of which, Huawei didn’t release any update after June 2021 security patch for this device in overseas markets.

Debuted in 2018, Huawei Mate 20 Lite comes pre-installed with EMUI 8 operating system. Later, the company sends two major updates for this base smartphone and it’s currently running on EMUI 10. Although, it didn’t receive the EMUI 11, still counts as an important device of the company. Thus, it timely gest new features, bug fixes, and system optimizations.

As reported by HuaweiBlog, the September 2021 security patch contains the EMUI version for Huawei Mate 20 Lite users. However, the changelog doesn’t seem to contain much due to its smaller update size. There are no additional features or major modification come with the security note. You can check the details below:

Changelog Details:

  • Update Version: EMUI (C432E12R1P1)
  • Update Size: 116 MB
  • Changelog: This update integrates security patches released in September 2021 for improved system security.

EMUI September 2021 security patch

(Image from HuaweiBlog)


How to Download:

Huawei Mate 20 Lite users can download the latest EMUI September 2021 security patch from the smartphone’s setting. Still, there are many things a user needs to consider before installing the update.

A battery level of more than 20% is required, so your device won’t be worn out during the procedure. At the same, users also need to ensure adequate storage in the system and stable network connection.

However, the update size is rather small, so you can also make the download with personal mobile data easily. Also remember, not to disturb the process or use the smartphone in between the installation. Below you can check the downloading steps-

  • Open your smartphone and go to Settings
  • Now tap on the System & updates
  • Then open Software Update
  • From here select Check for updates
  • If an update is available, it’ll pop up on your phone
  • Click on Download and install
  • Wait for the process to complete, and Restart your device
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Huawei Watch Fit users receiving rope skipping feature in global markets



Huawei Watch Fit

Huawei Watch Fit global users start receiving the brand new rope skipping feature to be more focused on the workout sessions. Besides counting the skipping numbers, this new feature also lets a user observe their jumping movements and provide proper guidance with the help of the Huawei Health App.

The rope skipping mode was first introduced on the Huawei Watch Fit New variants launched in the last month. Afterward, the Chinese variants of the previous series received this feature to enjoy the winter exercises with s more fun.

According to HuaweiBlog, the company starts sending version update that has added a new rope skipping feature in the Huawei Watch Fit global variants. Comes with an installation size of 18.26MB, this firmware is currently rolling out in Europe and will gradually expand in the other regions.

It’s really impressive that the company just took a week only to send the October firmware for all variants of Watch Fit covering the mainland as well as overseas markets. Speaking of the changelog, alongside this rope skipping feature, it only optimizes the system to maintain the flawless operation in the wearable. Overall the update log is the same for all variants.



New: This update adds jumping rope to the training, provides data such as the number of jumps per unit, the number of jumps per sequence, heart rate, and calories burned.

System: Optimizes the system stability in certain scenarios.

Below you can check the Huawei Watch Fit update log that brings the rope skipping feature for the global users-

Huawei Watch Fit global rope skipping feature

(Image from HuaweiBlog)


Update Instructions:

To download this update connect the watch to your phone through the Huawei Health app. Open the app, touch Devices, tap on your device name. After this, you can see the latest update, tap on it, then follow the onscreen instructions to update your watch if there are any new updates.

However, it’s recommended to keep the battery level above 20 percent and ensure sufficient storage before you proceed to upgrade. In addition, the connection between the smartwatch and the corresponding connected device must be maintained, or if the smartwatch is disconnected, you’ll need to restart the process.

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