Apart from the original 3G variant, Huawei has also commenced the beta-testing of Emotion UI 3.0 update for Honor 3C 4G (L01) with B246 development firmware update. This firmware currently sticks to v4.4 KitKat but it still manages to bring loads of new EMUI 3.0 already like new ultra power-saving modes, enhanced Camera and total interface overhaul. You can download this update package via direct official link given below.
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You can now update your international or Chinese Honor 3C (U10/T00/T10) to the lustrous Emotion UI 3.0 (B246SP02) developmental firmware based on Android 4.4 KitKat that has been officially released by Huawei. All you need is the right update package, a USB cable, a computer and the gumption to flash it. In this article I’ve written a concise step-by-step tutorial to make the entire upgrade procedure a breeze for you guys.
Finally! Huawei has rolled out Emotion UI 3.0 beta for its iconic Honor 3C smartphone (H30-U10 Unicom, H30-T00 and H30-T10) with B246SP02 developmental firmware update that the company has released in China. This firmware is currently based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat and even though it is currently intended for Chinese users you can easily flash it on your international H30-U10 provided that you have taken care of the necessary prerequisites. The download links to the update package are given below.
A new firmware, version B136 (build V100R001C00B136), has leaked out online for international Ascend P7 (L10) in Europe. This update is based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat and EMUI 2.3 (sorry!) and only brings a handful of system stability improvements and performance enhancements. You can download this update directly through link given below.
Sony has seeded a minor new firmware update, build 23.0.1.A.3.9, for the German Xperia Z2 D6503 on O2 carrier networks (other operators are expected to follow soon). You can download its FTF file through the direct download link given below that can be easily applied with Xperia Flashtool.
Uptil now, users haven’t reported addition of anything worthwhile – except of course a few carrier-related changes to native bloatware. So, if you happen to find anything new then do let us know! [Read more…]