In exciting news for Huawei P60 Pro users worldwide, Huawei has commenced the rollout of a brand new software update for its flagship smartphone. This update introduces the highly anticipated EMUI 13.1, making the Huawei P60 Pro the first device in the Huawei lineup to receive this latest version of the EMUI interface.
The EMUI 13.1 update brings an array of new features and enhancements designed to enhance user experience. With improved personalization options, users can now tailor their Huawei P60 Pro according to their preferences, creating a more personalized and intuitive user interface. The update also introduces enhanced animations, making interactions with the device smoother and more visually appealing.
Huawei has released a new software update for the Huawei P60 Pro smartphone in the global market. The update brings the June 2023 security patch and system stability improvements for better performance. It also includes EMUI 13.1 version 22.214.171.124. The package size of the update is 1.03 GB.
Here are some of the key changes in the update:
- Improved system stability and performance
- Updated security patches for June 2023
- Bug fixes and performance improvements for various apps and features
- New features and optimizations for the camera
- Improved battery life
If you have a Huawei P60 Pro, you can check for the update by going to Settings > System > Software update. If the update is available, you can download and install it.
Please note that the update may not be available for all Huawei P60 Pro devices immediately. It will be rolled out gradually to different regions and carriers.
How to update your Huawei P60 Pro:
- Go to Settings.
- Tap on System.
- Tap on Software update.
- If an update is available, tap on Download and Install.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update.
Here are some additional tips for updating your Huawei P60 Pro:
- Make sure that your phone is connected to a Wi-Fi network before you start the update. This will prevent you from incurring data charges.
- Back up your phone’s data before you start the update. This will ensure that you don’t lose any important data if something goes wrong during the update process.
- If you’re having trouble updating your phone, you can try clearing the cache and data for the Settings app. To do this, go to Settings > Apps > Settings > Storage > Clear cache and Clear data.
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