4-year-old Huawei Enjoy 9 getting July 2021 security update

Huawei has shed some light on its 4-year-old Enjoy 9 by sending a new security patch update. The device was launched back in 2018 with EMUI 8.2 skin at the top. Unfortunately, Enjoy 9 has not yet received a major OS upgrade, which shows a terrible software update policy by the brand. Nevertheless, the device is receiving a new update, bringing the July 2021 security patch.

While other smartphone manufacturers are rolling out the December 2021 and January 2022 security patches, Huawei is upgrading the Enjoy 9 devices to the July 2021 security patch. It’s not the latest security patch. However, it fixes 21 high, and 28 medium levels of CVE, thereby improving the system security and privacy.

According to the changelog shared by Huawei Central, the new software update optimizes smart search function that opens quick search by swiping down on the home screen. The update deletes the Meituan application. However, users can still download the application from the application market.

Huawei Enjoy 9 July 2021 security update


As mentioned in the Huawei forum post, Huawei Enjoy 9 users need to update their device to the EMUI 8.2 version to receive the latest update, which is tagged with EMUI 8.2 version 

Update changelog:

  • System: Optimize the smart search function, pull down from the desktop to quickly enter, search for local or online content optimization
  • Applications: Delete the original preset Meituan application, if necessary, please download it from the application market (if you have updated the application, it will not be will be deleted)
  • Security: Incorporate security patches released July 2021 to enhance mobile phone system security

How to download the latest update on Huawei Enjoy 9?

Via Settings App

  • Open Settings app
  • Go to System & updates -> Software update 
  • Then, click on Check for updates
  • Download and install the update.
  • Reboot the phone.

Via My Huawei App

  • Open My Huawei app
  • Tap on Update
  • Download and install the update.
  • Reboot the device.
Vicky Kumar
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