Huawei Watch Fit January 2022 Software Update Expands to More Users

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Honor 20 and 20 Pro smartphone users have started receiving the latest HarmonyOS update which brings the January 2022 security patch. This update increases the level of smartphone security and protects the device against threats.

The new information reveals that the January 2022 update for Honor 20 and 20 Pro smartphones is coming with HarmonyOS version 2.0.0.220. However, this update is being rolled out in the Chinese market.

For your information, the January 2022 HarmonyOS security patch fixes a considerable number of 130 CVEs found in the latest software system and third-party libraries for better system security.

Adapt models:

  • Honor 20 (YAL-AL00)
  • Honor 20 (YAL-TL00)
  • Honor 20 Pro (YAL-AL10)

Earlier this month, Huawei released the December 2021 security update for Honor 20 running on Magic UI 4.0 to the global market. The update was rolled out with Magic UI version 11.0.0.1884 (C675E3R1P4) and a software update package size of 199 MB.

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Speaking of Honor 20, this phablet was launched with an eye-catching design, 6.26-inch Full HD+, Kirin 980 SoC, 48MP rear quad camera system, great battery and more.

In terms of software, it originally came with Magic UI 2.1 and received major updates in Magic UI 3, Magic UI 3.1, and Magic UI 4.0. Now Honor 20 smartphones work fine with HarmonyOS 2.0 in China.

How to update Honor smartphones:

Honor 20 smartphone users can download the latest HarmonyOS update through phone settings, then tap system and updates, click software update, tap check for updates. Once the update prompt pops up on your smartphone, click the download button and install it.

Otherwise, head to the My Huawei app, visit the update section, and follow the onscreen instructions to install it. During the update timeline, make sure the phone has enough battery and storage to download the update package. Also, use a stable connection to avoid problems with downloading updates failing.

(Source: Huawei)

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