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Huawei’s Mate Xs foldable phone is receiving April 2022 EMUI security patch



Huawei Mate Xs April 2022 update

Huawei Mate Xs foldable smartphone running on EMUI 12 has begun collecting the April 2022 firmware update in the global market. However, this software update includes two packages of which one is a system patch and the other is a security update.

As reported by Huaweiblog, Huawei Mate Xs smartphone’s April 2022 firmware update arrives with EMUI 12 version (C432E4R2P4). At present, this update is spotted in Europe and soon expand to more regions.

Hey Huawei Mate Xs users! If you are eager and don’t want to wait for the OTA notification then check the update manually by following the steps mentioned at the end of the post.

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Do you know, Huawei Mate Xs is the first smartphone of Huawei to receive the EMUI 12 major software update without beta testing. Yes, it is an amazing fact about this device, which you should know.

Coming to the changelog, it includes the April 2022 security update that fixes a total of 28 CVEs found in the latest EMUI system. Further, it contains improvements for system stability for more stable performance.

Huawei Mate Xs April 2022 update

Full Changelog:

Update Package 1:

  • Improves system stability in certain scenarios

Update Package 2:

  • Integrates April 2022 EMUI security update for improved system security

Huawei Mate Xs April 2022 update

How to check for updates manually:

To check for updates, go to the settings menu, click on system & updates, and then software updates. Afterward, tap on check for updates and wait for a while. Let the phone connect to the server and fetch the latest available update for you.

Alternatively, you can perform the same task through the My Huawei app. Go to the My Huawei app installed on the smartphone and visit the support sections. Now, click on the update icon and follow on-screen instructions.

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Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.