Huawei fixed the HarmonyOS Control Panel bug with latest update

HarmonyOS Control Panel

After the unveiling,  Huawei started sending HarmonyOS 2.0 software updates for its eligible devices. To date, this new operating system has been installed in 90 million devices, which is a big achievement for the company. In the meantime, the Chinese tech giant continues to make new improvements to the HarmonyOS system via updates.

In the latest development, Huawei has begun to roll out a new software update for the Huawei P40 and Mate 30 series devices in China. This firmware update comes with important bug fixes for two well-known features.


This update carries two different packages and both of them include bug fixes. The update package 1 fixes the multi-window application bug that was unable to respond when users were trying to click on any app in some scenarios.

On the other hand, the second package fixes a HarmonyOS Control Panel bug. When you try to swipe down to access the control panel, you may not find what you are looking for. In contrast, the control panel was previously unable to display some icons, which is also fixed with the latest update.


Currently, this firmware is rolling out for the Huawei P40 and Mate 30 devices and expand further. This firmware also brings security improvements to strengthen the security system of the device.


  • Make sure your device isn’t root.
  • Check the available storage and battery on the device and try to keep them adequate.
  • This update won’t delete your important data, but you should always take a backup of necessary files.
  • Lastly, follow the update instructions carefully and use a stable connection to download the package.


Via Settings:

  • Settings
  • System & updates
  • Software update
  • Download and install

Via Support:

  • Support app
  • ServicesTab
  • Update
  • Download and install

(Via: HC Newsroom)

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