Download Huawei P10 B151 Nougat Android 7.0 For Europe
- Device: Huawei P10
- Model: VTR-L29
- Android: 7.0 (Nougat)
- Version: NRD90M
- EMUI: 5.0
- Firmware: B151
- Build Number: VTR-L29C432B151
- Security Patch Level: May 5, 2017
- Status: Official (beta)
- Type: Full firmware OTA
- Release Date: 2.06.2017
- Region: Europe
- File Name: update.zip
- Update.zip: Official Mirror
- Public Data Package: Official Mirror Rename to update_data_public.zip after downloading
- Cust Package: Official Mirror Rename to update_all_hw.zip
How to Update Huawei P10 B151 Nougat Android 7.0
Note: Verify your phone’s model from Settings > About Phone before the operation. Your device already needs to be on a C432 (Europe) firmware with an unlocked bootloader.
Step 1. Attach your phone to the PC via a USB cable and create a new folder “HWOTA” (without quotes, of course) in the top directory of the external SD card.
Step 2. Download and rename the zip files given above and transfer them to the HWOTA folder you created on the microSD card.
Step 3. Download the Huawei P10 updater script from this link and extract the HWOTA folder from it on the Desktop.
Step 4. Disconnect the USB cable turn your phone off. After that, reinsert the USB cable again while holding the Volume down key to start the phone in fast boot/bootloader mode.
Step 5. Open the HWOTA folder on your PC and execute the update.bat file as administrator (this only works on Windows).
Step 6. The updater tool will ask you to reboot the phone in fast boot mode. As you’ve previously done that (step 4), press the Enter key to proceed.
Step 7. The script will replace your phone’s recovery and tell you to reboot into TWRP mode – just disconnect the USB cable, power the device off and then press Volume up + Power for a few seconds to enter TWRP recovery.
Step 8. Now, reconnect the USB cable and press the Enter key twice on your computer.
Step 9. For the update source, type 1 and press Enter.
Step 10. Next, type 1 and hit the Enter key twice to confirm the selection of update type.
Your phone should now automatically reboot into its stock recovery and start the update installation. You can now safely disconnect the USB cable at this stage.