Huawei releases the November 2022 security update for MatePad Pro 12.6 2021 tablets. The update is making its way to the global area with a few improvements and fixes for the device.
Earlier this month, MatePad Pro 12.6 users acquired the October 2022 security patch that resolved over 30 privacy breaches and strengthened the security system against malware and vulnerabilities.
After realizing the benefits from the previous patch, global users are now receiving the latest November 2022 update for Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 tablets. Interestingly, the one year old device got two updates in one month.
Speaking of the update, the latest November 2022 security patch for the corresponding tablets carries HarmonyOS 22.214.171.124 build number. While it has a small software package of 227MB.
What’s new in this update? The newly released patch fixes the issues caused by the previous updates. It fixes unnecessary delays, buffering or unstable Bluetooth connection in the device system.
On the other hand, it fixes more than 44 internal framework threats and exploits. Moreover, it enhances the stability of the security system allowing you to perform the related tasks efficiently.
You will see the following changes after installing the new update:
- Enhanced security system
- Improve user experience
- Improves device stability
- Buffer-free system leads to efficient completion of tasks
To download the new firmware, visit the Settings app > System & updates followed by Software updates, and follow the onscreen instructions carefully.
HarmonyOS 3 in the global market?
Huawei has pushed the HarmonyOS 3.0 beta to several devices including the MatePad Pro 12.6 2021 models in the Chinese market. Undoubtedly, these trial versions bring many smart and reflective features.
But global users are still looking forward to savoring the ultimate HarmonyOS 3 experience on their tablets. So far, the company has not said any words on this matter. Maybe we can find the latest OS in the next updates for tablets.
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