Huawei is sending the latest security patch for its devices to consumers. Related to this, Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 is also a landmark smartphone and its owners have also begun receiving May 2021 security improvements.
This security patch fixes several new bugs and vulnerabilities found in the latest software build to provide better system security as well as optimizes the overall device performance. The security patch update also resolves the hidden privacy issues found in the last security improvements because they can harm the user’s data.
What’s improved in May 2021 security patch?
This security update fixes different levels of exploits and issues including 3 critical, 10 high, and 4 medium levels of CVE for improved system security.
Version Details of May security update for Huawei Y9 Prime 2019
According to the information, Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 smartphone users can identify this update with EMUI 10.0 version 10.0.0.411 upgrading from EMUI 10.0.0.401. Y0u’ll find the OTA update package size of 112MB but it may be different for different models and in countries.
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Currently, this software update is rolling out in India. Also, it’ll expand to other users in batches.
Before you install this update, we recommend users take a backup of their important data. Furthermore, use a stable internet connection to download the package and let the device set up the initial setup after completing the upgrade process.
STEPS TO UPDATE YOUR DEVICE:
To manually download this update via mobile Settings– open Settings > click on the System & updates > open Software update > tap on Check for updates option > (if an update is available) click on Download and install > after installation, restart the device.
Alternatively, you can download it via Support App – open Support app on your device > click on the Service tab > click on the update button> tap on Check for update option> (if an update is available) click on Download and install > after installation reboot the device.
Thanks to the tipster: Subu Balu