Huawei has removed all EMUI images for its phones from its official website
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has removed all EMUI images for its smartphones from the official EMUI website. If you visit the site, you are greeted by the following notice:
"SD card update packages are no longer supplied.By this time,all the SD card upgrade packages will be removed from the website and the download page will be closed."
If you dismiss the notice, and try clicking any of phone images, the website displays an empty page, confirming that the ROM images as well as the respective download links have indeed been removed.
The reason behind the move isn't currently known, although the notice does say the aim is "to deliver a more convenient and satisfactory update service."
I thought its because they're going all stock Android on all models from today onwards.
- 06 Sep 2017
- Avoiding govt India
Seems to be up to no good there. I think it's one way to avoid govt. analysis of user tracking & data transmission done by them.
- 05 Sep 2017
- A Note 4 user
"to deliver a more convenient and satisfactory update service" is a BLATANT LIE. when they remove roms, they remove an option to conviniently update a rom if there's a problem. OTA updates was (and still is) available, it has nothing to do wi...
- 04 Sep 2017