Hi guys, thank you fbriere56 for all the information and help you provide!
I have a quick question for anyone who succeeded in updating to emui10 though, as I couldn't find a clear answer.
Would I keep my bootloader unlocked (and the ability to flash roms) if I upgrade my phone from 9.0 to 10.0 via HiSuite and HiSuite Proxy?
And if yes, would you advise me to flash 9.1 first or can I update from my 9.0 version directly ?
Thanks in advance.
FYI: Actually the plan is that I've built EMUI10 open source kernel that has been released by Huawei and would like to try it on one of those 10.0.0.161 as I think that it wouldn't work on my 9.0 version and I need the bootloader to stay unlocked
CVE-2019-5297：FRP Bypass Vulnerability on Some Huawei Smartphones Severity Medium Impact Hackers can bypass the FRP function and obtain access to using the smartphone. Products Affected Mate 10,Mate 10 Pro,P20,P20 Plus,Mate RS
I was looking again at the Huawei servers. (new scan)
First security patch for EMUI 10 was released yesterday for the P20 pro. (July 20)
Well this apply _probably_ for the .161 build.
This update improves system security with Android security patches.
Integrates Android security patches released in July 2020 for improved system security.
For more information on the security of Huawei EMUI system updates, please visit the official Huawei website: https://consumer.huawei.com/en/support/bulletin/2020/7/
Release date: 2020.07.20 Size: 405 mb
There is also one regarding the CLT-L04 C792 (Canada) fixing certain networks instability. (this one is an update related to the cust package)
I may have to take a look at the code from Hisuite Proxy before because theses packages are named like: update_base.zip/update_cust_CLT-L04_default_ca.zip/update_full_cust_CLT-L04_default_ca.zip
Edit: From what I see from the code it will _probably_ work just like doing an upgrade/downgrade or whatever. There is also the FullOTA-MF.
I will update on the subject later. Right now don't use them until I can confirm this.
Also theses files are not approved for installation at this moment.