So Optus hasn't pushed an update for this flagship since its release. It's still in its October security patch. This is really poor form but the software team, do you favour other phones?
Multiple bug fixes have been released by Huawei but we are yet too see them .Vodafone have released there's as well .what's taking so long
I have noticed that most other countries already have been getting 9.0.0147 & 184.108.40.206
We are still on 220.127.116.11
18.104.22.168 has camera and picture quality improvement. Facial recognition improvement, Fingerprint improvement & November Security update.
I think Optus just drag their feet. I have messaged Huawei AU support, hopefully someone can speed up the process. I won't get my hopes up though.
What I sent below.
XDA Forum Comments
New update version 22.214.171.124
Here Saudi Arabia
Optimize face unlock, fingerprint, optimize camera and improve photo quality, fix notification problem for google messages app, improve google maps navigation and security patch for November 2018
new version for camera app ( add some icons for switch between wide angel and main camera ), fix a problem in edge video when record 4K.
version 126.96.36.199 now available to Philippines
Saudu Arabia and Philippines. Hmmm
So how come a great country like Australia is lagging behind the times. Are we really that slow with technology. Nope, just Optus.
Yeah I'm pretty over the lack of reponse, im still waiting for my proof of purchase. I'm going to start looking into vodafones plans. It's a shame XDA haven't worked out how to flash an international build.
I've just messaged Huawei's tech team so hopefully they forward my response.
From the XDA Forum
[QUOTE=leony74;78335461]Same here got the 188.8.131.52 update in USA, tmobile network 8gb 256 gig model.[/QUOTE]
Lithuania, LYA-L29, Just got the 9.0.0.[B]146[/B] update.
WHAT THE HECK IS OPTUS DOING?
Seems like every carrier around the world can push out an update, it's just all too difficult for Optus.
I'm guessing that DBU is 'Data Base Update' but I could be wrong. Given this list is for us 'dumb' customers, you'd think they'd expand on acroynms instead of keeping us in the dark.