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Huawei gives some Honor 6 owners a chance to beta test Android 5.1 Lollipop before official rollout

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Huawei gives some Honor 6 owners a chance to beta test Android 5.1 Lollipop before official rollout

Huawei Honor 6 Lollipop

It’s now not the primary OEM that comes to thoughts while you bring to mind device updates, however Huawei has been making a higher attempt at helping some in their flagships with more recent variations of Android. S few weeks again they kicked off a new community forum the place individuals may just test out new device updates or even check out units before they’re launched to the general public. Earlier this month, the allowed group member to test drive Android Lollipop on the Huawei Mate 2 and now they’re doing it once more, this time with the Huawei Honor 6.

Huawei UK introduced the scoop on their Facebook web page, letting Honor 6 owners in Europe realize they may test force the brand new update that allows you to deliver the Honor 6 up to Android 5.1 in conjunction with EMUI 3.1 (Huawei’s customized consumer interface). When the Honor 6 introduced in August of final yr, it used to be operating Android 4.4.2 KitKat so this new update is certain to make customers satisfied (smartly, as soon as it formally rolls out).

To get began, you’ll first want to join Huawei’s “Honor Club” and drop them an e mail here with the topic ‘’Beta Test Honor 6” at the side of the IMEI quantity in your software and a brief remark on why you will have to be the only to test the brand new update. Huawei can be hand-settling on 100 candidates in the United Kingdom, Germany, and France up till June thirtieth and also you’ll want to stay in touch with Huawei to document any insects.

Once once more, that is beta tool, so weirdness and basic instability are virtually sure. If that hasn’t scared you away then godspeed. Applicants might be notified by way of subsequent week in the event that they have been decided on to test the brand new tool update. Cheers.

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