January 2022 security update is released for Huawei MatePad Pro tablet running on EMUI 11 software system in the global market. This update enhances the security level of the device by fixing various vulnerabilities and threats.
Huawei MatePad Pro January 2022 security update arrives the firmware version EMUI 126.96.36.199 with an installation package size of 311MB. To be mentioned, this big-size update doesn’t include any major changes apart from security improvements.
With the January 2022 EMUI security update, Huawei fixes 4 critical, 12 high, and 47 medium levels of CVEs in the system as well as 2 high levels of CVE in third-party libraries for better system security.
So, if you are a Huawei MatePad Pro tablet owner with EMUI 11, it is recommended you download and install the update as soon as it appears on the device. However, the update is rolling out gradually in the global market so it may take some time to reach you.Advertisement
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EMUI 12 for tablets?
In the second half of 2021, Huawei introduced the latest EMUI 12 operating system inspired by HarmonyOS. Afterward, the Chinese tech giant began the EMUI 12 beta testing for flagship smartphones including Mate 40, P40, and more followed by a stable rollout.
Meanwhile, Huawei has not announced or opened the EMUI 12 beta activity slots for tablets. But, it is expected that the company will soon expand the reach of EMUI 12 to more global devices.
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To request the update through Settings, go to the settings, tap on system & updates, click on software updates then tap on checks for updates. If an update is available, hit the download and install button.
Alternatively, you can also download the update for the My Huawei app. To do this, open the My Huawei app, go to the update section, download, and install.
Before updating, make sure that your device is charged at least 30% or above. Also, maintain enough storage to download the update package. Do not forcefully turn off the phone, once the installation started.