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  # 2270917 6-Jul-2019 11:55
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thudb:
hio77: Isn't quite ready yet.


Out of curiosity what needs to be done to tweak it so it is ready?


As far as I understand its been packaged in with the upgrade to Q. Which obviously isn't quite ready yet :)




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# 2271376 7-Jul-2019 18:52
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So is everybody on EMUI 9.0.270? Why would we need to wait for Android Q when other regions are already getting the 9.1 update separately?

 

Doesn't Huwaei just roll out the update to all devices, 'who' is holding it up for New Zealand customers?

 

Thanks 

 

PS: Mate 20 is an awesome phone and looking forward to many future updates for a long time :)

 

 

 

  


 
 
 
 


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  # 2271378 7-Jul-2019 18:57
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depends if they roll it as a software update or a OS update...





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  # 2271870 8-Jul-2019 14:37
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EMUI 9.1 doesn't include Q, it's an update to Huawei's own software rather than the underlying Google parts. Q hasn't been finalised by Google yet.

 

Brings the Mate 20 series and other eligible devices up to what the P30 series launched with - new compiler, better performance, better battery life, GPU Turbo 3.0, Assistant power button shortcut, more camera modes (including 30x zoom and Moon Mode for Mate 20 Pro), fixes the inconsistent iconography, etc.

 

Pretty sweet update, those software fixes were the biggest incentive for me to jump from Mate 20 Pro to P30 Pro - P30 Pro just turned out to have ridiculously good battery life and a markedly improved in-display fingerprint scanner into the bargain which made up for the absence of 3D face unlock.





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  # 2271877 8-Jul-2019 14:51
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Downloading 9.1.0.300 now..


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  # 2271888 8-Jul-2019 15:16
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Erock:

 

Downloading 9.1.0.300 now..

 

 

 

 

Did you force your phone to download the update? Or are they starting to roll it out in NZ?


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  # 2271905 8-Jul-2019 15:34
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That's the Hisuite software version @Erock is referring to I think.





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  # 2271910 8-Jul-2019 15:39
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To be honest, I don't know what that means.

 

Went into software update on the phone and checked updates.

 

Now it shows:

 

EMUI 9.1.0

 

91.1.0.300(AUSC636E10R1917)

 

 


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  # 2271954 8-Jul-2019 17:43
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Erock:

 

To be honest, I don't know what that means.

 

Went into software update on the phone and checked updates.

 

Now it shows:

 

EMUI 9.1.0

 

91.1.0.300(AUSC636E10R1917)

 

 

 

 

Which network are you with?





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  # 2271972 8-Jul-2019 18:17
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Is it up to each local network to release the update at their own accordance? I'm with Skinny.


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  # 2271978 8-Jul-2019 18:32
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Ironically this is exactly the same version of the HiSuite software which is a desktop application for managing all Huawei devices.

 

 

 





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  # 2272722 10-Jul-2019 03:22
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Still nothing for me. Stupid Vodafone.


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  # 2272724 10-Jul-2019 05:34
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is it the end of the world? you will get it soon enough so stop worrying


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I'm with 2degrees. 

 

I really don't notice a single difference.  The phone was already great as it was but if it means it got better then I'm glad. 🤣


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Emui 9.1 has arrived on my Spark M20P. 

 


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