Huawei has officially announced the list of Huawei and Honor smartphones that will eligible for the global EMUI 10.1/MagicUI 3.1 rollout starting later this month. This update brings Huawei’s MeeTime video calling service, Celia voice assistant and a bunch of improvements to Multi-Screen Collaboration tools.
It is now possible to rebrand and change the region of your Huawei Mate 9 handset thanks to a new script created by folks over at XDA that lets you flash updates from any region while bypassing authentication checks implemented in the stock recovery by default. Here is a concise step-by-step tutorial that can help you rebrand your phone with ease.
European Huawei P9 (EVA-L09) users can now also downgrade their devices from the new Nougat update back to stock Marshmallow-based EMUI 4.1 firmware – thanks to the official rollback package, B300, published online by Huawei.
An official rollback package (B300) is now available for Huawei P9 users to let them restore their Nougat running devices back to the original Marshmallow (Emotion UI 4.1) firmware. The downgrade packages for supported regions can be downloaded via the direct links provided below.
You can now easily downgrade your Huawei Mate 8 from Nougat (EMUI 5.0) back to its stock Marshmallow build using the official rollback package (B500) provided by Huawei. This transition firmware is currently available for Russian, Asian Pacific and Middle Eastern variants only.