My build is the same but with B166 at the end and not B182. Also it says I'm joined in the beta app as well as saying congratulations you are able to opt in to the beta programme just seems strange to say I'm eligible but have the wrong build number to receive the beta.
I waited 8 days from signing up, then emailed Huawei (didn't get a reply), then received the B182 OTA on the day I sent the email. Received the Beta OTA the day after.
Email them, can't do any harm:good:
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I think he meant 'de-brand' but you've already done this. I fixed your issue of logging in to the beta by signing out of 'Huwaei ID' in 'Settings' and clearing the app data for it. Opened the Beta app again and signed in with my ID. All good
So, tried your method but where under settings/apps do you see Huawei ID to clear the app data? I do not see anything that says ID or Huawei ID under settings/apps.
It's been driving me nuts. I've contacted the UK customer support via email, they were very responsive but they keep on telling me that my device won't qualify because it was from Taiwan even though it's on B182 build. Tried to explain it to them but they are stuck on this NOT PURCHASED in EU stuff. And I still can't login or find the necessary file to flash it via the normal method (non-twrp method)
Huawei UK Support said:Thank you for the screen shot and the information.
Based on the information that you provided, it does not appear that you enrolled in time to start the beta project. I honestly don't know why they didn't close access to this project or at least provide you an response of this (it would have been nice, no?). The screenshot that you sent only confirms that your device is eligible based on hardware specifications. However, it seems that the we reached the limit of enrolled beta users.
We apologize for the inconvenience. The good news is that your device should receive the actual Android N update once testing is done (... unless something drastically wrong occurs for the P9 testing, of course). Be looking for this in the next few months.
Feel free to contact us if you have any other questions, now, or in the future. Thank you again for contacting Huawei UK Customer Care. Have a good day.