Huawei has released the latest March 2022 firmware update for Huawei Band 6 users. The new information reveals that the latest update for Band 6 includes new features and optimizations that improve user experience.
According to the updated details, the Huawei Band update on March 6, 2022 has landed in the field with version number 126.96.36.199. Therefore, the base versions required to get the latest update are 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, and 18.104.22.168. Currently, this update is rolling out in China and will soon expand to the global market.
Huawei Band 6 users running on any version mentioned above can download this update through the Huawei Health app. Go to the Huawei Health app on your phone, visit the connected devices section and select your device. Followed by a firmware update and if you found the update, download and install it.
- Added touch screen brighten function
- Optimizes Bluetooth connection stability
- Optimizes the display effect in certain situations
- Optimizes system stability in certain scenarios
For your information, this update is rolling out in batches and gradually reaching all users. Are you waiting to install the latest Band 6 update? If yes! please don’t wait for OTA update. Instead, you can check for updates manually by visiting the update section.
Please keep both devices charged at 20% and above and make sure the Bluetooth connection must be stable. If the update fails, try again. Still, the failure problem is not solved, you can go to the nearest Huawei store or call a Huawei manager. Also, the update process may take some time, so don’t be in a hurry while updating.
Huawei Band 6:
Huawei Band 6 sports a 1.47 inch AMOLED color screen, it has a square face design to provide a full viewing experience. The latest Band 6 also supports third-party apps such as WeChat, music playback control, remote photography, etc.
Huawei Band 6 has heart rate monitoring, Spo2 monitoring, TruSleep 2.0 sleep tracking, stress monitoring, as well as 96 different workout modes including running, cycling and even skipping.
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