Huawei P40 Lite JNY-LX1 Official Firmware EMUI (C185)Middle East – Africa

JNY-LX1 is a 4G variant of Huawei P40 Lite. A Kirin 810 7nm chipset is installed in the phone. It’s a decent phone with 6.4 inches screen and a 4200 mAh battery. The phone was released with EMUI 10.0 running out of the box and later upgraded to EMUI 12. Lots of users did not like the update and looking for a way to downgrade to an older version. Huawei has implemented a new anti-rollback feature. If a user forces rollback to an older version the fuse on a chip will blow up and the USB port will stop working. Normal USB operation won’t work until you update again to the latest version. So you need to be extra careful when installing an older version on your phone.

Huawei P40 Lite JNY-LX1 Official Firmware EMUI (C185)Middle East - Africa
Huawei P40 Lite JNY-LX1 Official Stock Firmware EMUI 10.0 Middle East – Africa

Huawei P40 Lite Firmware Details:

  • Android Version: 10
  • Firmware Version: EMUI 10.0
  • Build Number: JNY-LX1
  • Supported Model: JNY-LX1 (Middle East-Africa)
  • Update Type: Official Stock Firmware
  • Download Link: Click Here
  • Note: always copy-paste the password, for faster download speed use the Internet download manager
  • File Password= JNYLX1

Installation Guide:

  • Backup all essential data from the phone
  • Charge the battery up to 50%
  • The phone must be running EMUI 10
  • Get an OTG flash drive with 8GB of free space
  • Extract the downloaded firmware zip file
  • Extract the downloaded firmware zip file (password= JNYLX1)
  • Connect OTG to the phone.
  • Power off the phone, hold the volume up, and connect the cable, The Phone will enter recovery mode
  • Select update mode> OTG update

Note: Everything you do at your responsibility, this guide is provided for free without any guarantee.

Mutahhar Bashir

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