Huawei Mate 40 Pro is one of the models of Huawei’s annual flagship Mate 40 lineup. It was launched with a powerful Kirin 9000 processor, the latest camera technology, EMUI 11, fast wired supercharging, and more.
Following the launch, Huawei is sending regular security and software updates for Mate 40 series smartphone for improved system security as well as boost overall device performance. Read more
Now, according to the latest information, the company will soon release a new software update that installs the Petal Maps and Celia voice assistance into the system. Once the update released, the Mate Pro user can identify this with EMUI 11 version 18.104.22.168 with a package size of 1.76MB.
Huawei Petal: It’s just like Google Maps that allows map browsing, navigation, and air gestures, lets the users get their current location, search for places, displays real-time traffic conditions, events, and more.
Huawei Voice Assistant: Celia is the company’s personal voice assistant. Just say “Hey Celia” or press the power button for one second to activate. Then, Celia will be ready to help, answers your questions, and help you get things done hands-free.
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- Petal Maps and Celia are fully integrated into the system
HOW TO UPDATE:
To download this update manually, go to Settings then System & updates, then open Software update, from here select Check for updates. If an update is available it’ll pop-up on your phone and an option of Download and install will appear. Press the option and start to download.
Alternatively, you can also request software updates through the Support app. To do this, open the Support app, go to the Service tab on the bottom bar, tap on the update, then select Check for updates and then download and install.
Things to know:
- After release, the update will roll out in batches so it may take some time/days to reach your device.
- The update will not erase any data.
- Maintain enough storage and battery on your device.
Huawei P30 Lite July 2021 security update rolling out
Huawei P30 Lite July 2021 security update is now rolling out for the users. This new software update has a new security update. However, there are no other changes that have been spotted in the software build. According to the Huaweiblog, the EMUI 10.0.0.491 software update for the Huawei P30 Lite is rolling out in Europe. Therefore, it may take some time to reach out to every P30 lite owner in the region as well as in the global market.
Huawei P30 Lite July 2021 security patch comes with several fixes for the threats and vulnerabilities that could half your personal data. Therefore, we recommend you install this upgrade as soon as it appears.
If you want to update the latest Huawei P30 Lite July 2021 security, visit system settings, go to Software & updates, tap on Check for updates and then download updates.
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However, it’s recommended that you keep sufficient storage before upgrading to the latest EMUI version. Keep an adequate amount of battery levels on your phone and connected to the internet while downloading the update package.
Huawei P30 lite comes with a triple camera system that helps you take amazing photos. The has a Kirin 710F processor and runs EMUI 8.1 out of the box. Since its unveiling, the phone has received two major software updates – EMUI 9 and EMUI 10. However, the phone didn’t receive EMUI 11.
On the other hand, the phone in China is eligible for the HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system. Still, there’s no confirmation about its global major upgrade, which is highly awaited by the consumers.
How to update:
Huawei P30 Lite July 2021 update is rolling out gradually and you can download it via the settings > System & software > software update > Check for Updates. If an update is available, it’ll pop up on your screen. Before downloading the latest software update, you need to maintain a sufficient amount of storage on your device. Back up important to prevent an uncertain action and keep your phone charged to prevent low power issue.
Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro September 2021 update brings system stability
Huawei is rolling out back-to-back software updates for the Watch GT 2 Pro smartwatch. For your information, the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro September 2021 update is rolling out for global users and comes with new optimizations that improve the watch’s performance.
According to Huaweiblog, the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro September 2021 update comes with firmware version 22.214.171.124 and an update package size of 79.18MB. However, in the same month, this smartwatch received firmware with version 126.96.36.199. The changelog reads that updates improve system stability in certain situations by optimizing.
This rollout is being conducted in batches, and if you own this smartwatch then, you can check for the update in the update section via the instructions below.
You need to connect the Watch GT 2 Pro to your phone using the Huawei Health app, open the app, touch Devices, touch the device name, choose Firmware update, then follow the onscreen instructions to update your watch if there are any new updates.
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Notes to remember:
Keep the battery level above 20% and maintain your phone’s distance as well as Bluetooth connectivity with the corresponding device. The update procedure may take a long time, please wait while the update proceeds.
Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro:
- Screen: 1.39inch AMOLED
- Measurements: 46.7 x 46.7 x 11.4mm
- Weight: 52gram
- Resolution: 454 X 454P
- Buttons: Power Button/Function Button
- Memory: 4GB
- Processor: Kirin A1 + STL4R9
- Battery Capacity: 14 Days support
- Charging: Wireless Charge
- Connectivity: BT 5.1/GPS
- Sensor: Accelerometer/Gyroscope/Geomagnetic/Optical Heart Rate Sensor/Ambient Light/Air Pressure/Capacitive Sensor
- Waterproof level: 5 ATM
September 2021 Huawei EMUI security updates for 12 phones out
Huawei is expanding the security patches for phones and tablets. In the latest edition, the Chinese tech maker is rolling out September 2021 EMUI security updates for 12 Huawei and Honor phones. The software rollout for the below-mentioned smartphones comes improves system security.
According to the information, the Huawei EMUI and Magic UI September and July 2021 updates are rolling out for the Huawei Enjoy 10e, 20 SE, Play4, X10 Max, Play 9A, Honor 30 series, V30 series and Play 4 Pro smartphones.
September 2021 Patch Devices:
- Huawei Enjoy 10e (EMUI 10.1.0.202)
- Huawei Enjoy 20 SE (EMUI 10.1.1.163)
- Honor 30 Youth Edition (Magic UI 188.8.131.52)
- Honor Play4 (Magic UI 184.108.40.206)
- Honor X10 Max (Magic UI 220.127.116.11)
- Honor Play 9A (Magic UI 18.104.22.168)
These phones are receiving the corresponding software versions with September 2021 security patch. This patch fixes 2 critical, 18 high levels, and 13 other vulnerabilities rectify by Huawei. It also addresses 4 CVEs that were already been in the past bulletin.
July 2021 Patch Devices:
- Honor 30 (Magic UI 22.214.171.124)
- Honor 30 Pro (Magic UI 126.96.36.199)
- Honor 30 Pro Plus (Magic UI 188.8.131.52)
- Honor V30 (Magic UI 184.108.40.206)
- Honor V30 Pro (Magic UI 220.127.116.11)
- Honor Play 4 Pro (Magic UI 18.104.22.168)
The above-mentioned phones are receiving July 2021 security update fixes 21 high, and 28 medium levels of CVE, which defend the device against threats.
According to the official rollout schedule, all of these Huawei and Honor phones are eligible for HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system update in China. However, the company is still supporting the models with EMUI and Magic UI software with new version releases.
Instructions and important notes:
The current rollout is being conducted in the Chinese market, yet the models can upgrade via the following instructions – Settings > System & updates > software update and follow the onscreen instructions.
Make sure that the phone has enough storage to download and store the package OTA update package. The eligible phone first needs to download the required software version. The update will not erase your phone’s data but it’s still recommended for you to backup your important data via PC or cloud before the upgrade process.