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Honor 9X EMUI 10 beta update releases (Android 10)

Honor 9X EMUI 10 beta update releases (Android 10)Following Google’s official announcement of the Android 10 OS version in September 2019, all Android smartphone OEMs are in line to deliver the Android 10 update to their eligible devices. Custom skin running OEMs, in particular, are putting in a lot of effort to cook their software with all of the bells and whistles that users like. The Honor 9X/9X Pro is now receiving the EMUI 10 beta (public) update, which is based on Android 10. Honor 9X Pro EMUI 10 beta updat

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The Chinese original equipment manufacturer Huawei’s devices also have their own skin called EMUI, and many Huawei and Honor phones have yet to receive the stable Android 10 update. In December of last year, the company announced the EMUI 10 open beta (Android 10) testing recruiting for consumers of the Honor 9X and 9X Pro Chinese variants. Honor 9X Pro EMUI 10 beta updat

The Honor 9X/9X Pro EMUI 10 beta (Android 10) upgrade now includes a new software version V10.0.1.118, which replaces V10.0.1.113. If you’re interested in participating in the EMUI 10 public beta testing (Android 10) go to Pollen Club > Forum > upper-right corner “” > EMUI Zone > Upgrade early adopters > Glory 9X series EMUI 10.0 beta upgrade [Registration [Entry].

Now is the opportunity for all Honor 9X beta users to submit feedback so that more improvements and bug fixes may be done. Go to Fan Club > EMUI Zone > Upgrade Early Adopters > Public Beta Release Notes and Issue Collection Navigation Posts to get started. Alternatively, go to the Pollen Club app > Forum > EMUI zone > Upgrade Early Adopters > Public beta release notes and problem collection navigation post > Pollen Club app > Forum > EMUI zone > Upgrade Early Adopters > Public beta release notes and problem collection navigation post.

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