The Huawei Mate 9 Pro is getting a new OTA update that installs the latest Android security patch for the month of February 2018 as well as improves stability and performance of the device.
In case you didn’t know, Google hasn’t even published the official Android security bulletin for the month of February. We expect to see the page go live as from next week, the first Monday of the month, but Huawei Mate 9 Pro users are already getting the new update over the air.
Coming in as software version LON-343, the update also optimizes the Mate 9 Pro’s calling experience in certain scenarios, installs bug fixes for any previous issues and improves the general system stability of the phone. The update is rolling out over the air and thus it will take days before all units get the prompt to download it.
Since the Mate 9 family has already received the upgrade to Android Oreo, we believe this small update is based on Oreo.
Have you received the update on your Mate 9 Pro? Let us know any changes you notice in your comments below.
The update to 8.0.0 is a disaster. Many widgets will not load the latest information and get stuck in the loading process. Reinstalling is needed every single day. Or has someone a better solution?
Have you tried clearing the device’s cache? Find help here on how to do that – https://nerdschalk.com/how-to-wipe-cache-partition-on-an-android-device/
No I havent. How safe is that for all of my settings and data?
Nothing will be deleted when you wipe the cache partition. That’s the good thing about it.
But in case the that doesn’t help, you may consider ‘data wipe’, which btw, would delete everything on your device.
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