Huawei HarmonyOS 2.0 beta update for MatePad Pro rolling out [Global]
In the global market, Huawei has started releasing the HarmonyOS 2.0 beta update for the MatePad 10.4 tablet. Currently, the company is seeding EMUI 12 in global smartphone units despite HarmonyOS due to some issues.
But, segments of Huawei tablets available in overseas markets can upgrade to HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system, which is great news. Ahead of the large-scale rollout, the Chinese phone maker is holding beta testing activity for certain models.
According to the latest information, Huawei MatePad 10.4 users are receiving the HarmonyOS 2 beta update with version 184.108.40.206 (C432E220R1P2). To be mentioned, this update weighs in at 4.27 gigabytes.
As always, the beta is gradually growing among the owners of the corresponding devices. However, it is only available to registered beta testers. So, if you participated in the HM OS 2.0 beta program, keep an eye on the update section to get it soon.
How to check for update manually:
To manually check for updates, you need to open the settings menu, then select system and updates, followed by software updates. Next, tap on the CHECK FOR UPDATES option and wait for the tablet to connect to the server and get the latest update for you. Once you have received the update, download and install it.
HarmonyOS 2.0 beta changelog:
Homepage: Swiping up on the app icon generates a service widget, which can be resized and dragged to a new location or added to your custom home screen.
Control Panel: Swiping down from the top right edge of the screen takes you to the Control Panel. Device control access has been added to the shortcuts panel so you can control all your devices with the same ease as navigating on your phone.
Smart Folder: HarmonyOS adds support for app categorization and management. Tapping on a standard folder displays a large folder, which provides direct access to the desired applications.
HarmonoynOS fonts: HarmonyOS supports stepless font weight adjustments and adjusts the font size itself.
Fluid performance: All operations, including taps and swipes, are smoother and more natural, with images and videos loading faster too.
Task Manager: Supports task status by saving seldom-used apps, which means even after switching to another app, you can pick up a previous task right where you left off.
Application Guard: App Guard mode is enabled by default, to ensure that all apps undergo thorough scanning for malicious behavior, security vulnerabilities, privacy risks, and other related behaviors upon installation.
This prevents the installation of risky applications while helping to protect the entire system’s secure execution environment.
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