[Rolling out] Honor 9X/9X Pro EMUI 10 (Android 10) update goes live as public beta
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on January 13, 2020) follows:
Google introduced the Android 10 back in September 2019 and since then, major OEMs have either pushed the stable Android 10 updates or are still in pipeline in pushing them.
Besides, after the beginning of a new year, OEMs have pulled up their sleeves and are trying their best in upgrading their compatible devices to the newer OS.
But, Huawei which tops the Android OS with its custom UI i.e. the EMUI, is yet to bring the stable version of the latest iteration of its custom UI, the EMUI 10 to most of its devices.
However, in a recent development, Huawei has made the EMUI 10 (Android 10) open beta recruitment live for the Chinese users of the Honor 9X and 9X Pro. Keep in mind that the closed beta recruitment for both the device began back in December 2019.
Cut to now, this new open beta EMUI 10 (Android 10) for the Honor 9X and 9X Pro arrives with the version number V10.0.1.118. Notably, this update has already been pushed to users running on V10.0.1.113.
For those who want to register themselves for this EMUI 10 (Android 10) beta recruitment can head to Pollen Club app>>Forum>>EMUI Zone>>Upgrade early adopters>>Honor 9X Series EMUI 10 beta upgrade [Registration Entry].
Also, the users who have received the EMUI 10 beta update on their Honor 9X and 9X Pro smartphones need to provide feedback in order to bring improvements in the stable update.
To submit your feedback, from your PC, go to Fan Club>>EMUI Zone>>Upgrade Early Adopters>>Public Beta Release Notes and Issue Collection Navigation Posts.
Alternatively, you can also submit your feedback responses from your mobile by heading to Pollen Club APP>>Forum>>EMUI zone (located on the top right corner)>>Upgrade early adopters>>Public beta release notes and problem collection navigation post.
Update (February, 19)
Honor 9X users are finally getting the EMUI 10 (Android 10) update with build number C675E6R2P1 and weighs in around 3.38 GB in size. You can read the entire story here.
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