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Master Geek

# 215571 3-Jul-2017 14:29
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I have a Chinese purchased Huawei Mate 9 Pro,


It has the LON-AL00, and I wanted to know can I replace/overwrite it with the NZ one LON-L29?


I have removed alot of the bloated programs , but sometimes something pops in Chinese and i dont know what its for.


thanks in advance

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  # 1811012 3-Jul-2017 15:35

Short answer: Yes, but.


Long answer: Yes, but you will need to either use a paid service called FunkyHuawei to rebrand your device, or unlock your device's bootloader and do a lot of reading on xda-developers. It is a reasonably involved process due to the way Huawei authenticates and verifies updates on their latest models.

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Master Geek

  # 1811187 3-Jul-2017 18:26
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Ok Thanks, might just leave it for now as I,m not that techie


there was an update today and it seems faster and fixed what I reckon was a fault, around the initial launch of keypad for txt messages

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