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How to Flash Huawei Mate 9 Stock Firmware – All Firmwares

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Huawei Mate 9 Stock Firmware

if you have a Huawei Device, You can flash Huawei Mate 9 Stock firmware to upgrade or downgrade your Huawei smartphone, or if you want to repair your Huawei Mate 9 if it is stuck on Huawei logo, Boot Screen, or stuck in bootloop… or you don’t receive the OTA update for any reason.

Huawei Mate 9 powered by Octa-core 4×2.4 GHz & 4×1.8 GHz HiSilicon Kirin 960 chipset, the device has 4 GB RAM and 64 GB ROM, up to 256 GB via microSD. Huawei Mate 9 comes with camera 8 MP in front & Dual camera: 12 MP + 20 MP in back.

Huawei Mate 9 offers a 5.90-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, The Huawei Mate 9 Run EMUI 5.0 based on Android 8.0 Oreo and comes in 9 Colors (Agate Red, Topaz Blue, Space Gray, Moonlight Silver, Champagne Gold, Mocha Brown, Ceramic White, Black, Obsidian Black). and powered by Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh battery. The Huawei Mate 9 Price is about 450 EURO.

Read also: How to Install TWRP Recovery on Huawei Mate 9


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Download Huawei Mate 9 Stock Firmware

Do not use this firmware on any other Huawei devices. this stock Firmware fit only for your Huawei Mate 9 device. The ROM file on this page is the official ROM file published by the company:

Build Number Release Date Android OS Download
MHA-L09C109B370 (8.0.0.370) 2019.02.19 8.0.0 Oreo
MHA-L09C521E3R1P7B158 (9.0.1.158) 2019.02.18 9.0 Pie
MHA-L09C185E6R1P8B158 (9.0.1.158) 2019.02.16 9.0 Pie
MHA-L09BC432E6R1P8T8B158 (9.0.1.158) 2019.02.16 9.0 Pie
MHA-L09C185B383 (8.0.0.383)
MHA-L29C185B383 (8.0.0.383)
2019.02.16 8.0.0 Oreo
MHA-L09C432B379 (8.0.0.379)
MHA-L29C432B379 (8.0.0.379)
2019.02.16 8.0.0 Oreo
MHA-AL00C00B374 (8.0.0.374)
MHA-TL00C00B374 (8.0.0.374)
2019.02.12 8.0.0 Oreo
MHA-TL00C01E59R1P11B126 (9.0.1.126) 2019.02.12 9.0 Pie
MHA-AL00C00E59R1P11B126 (9.0.1.126) 2019.02.12 9.0 Pie
MHA-L09C45E3R1P8B157 (9.0.1.157) 2019.02.02 9.0 Pie
MHA-AL00DC00B375 (8.0.0.375)
MHA-TL00DC00B375 (8.0.0.375)
2019.01.17 8.0.0 Oreo
MHA-AL00C00B375 (8.0.0.375)
MHA-TL00C00B375 (8.0.0.375)
MHA-AL00BC01B375 (8.0.0.375)
MHA-TL00BC01B375 (8.0.0.375)
2019.01.02 8.0.0 Oreo
MHA-AL00C00E59R1P11B126 (9.0.1.126) 2018.12.23 9.0 Pie
MHA-L29C605B376 (8.0.0.376)
MHA-L09C605B376 (8.0.0.376)
2018.12.19 8.0.0 Oreo
MHA-AL00C00E57R1P11BetaB121 (9.0.1.121) 2018.12.11 9.0 Pie
MHA-L09C40B370 (8.0.0.370)
MHA-L09BC40B370 (8.0.0.370)
2018.07.22 8.0.0 Oreo OTA-MF
MHA-L09C40B370 (8.0.0.370)
MHA-L09BC40B370 (8.0.0.370)
2018.07.22 8.0.0 Oreo FullOTA-MF
MHA-L09C346B364 (8.0.0.364)
MHA-L09BC346B364 (8.0.0.364)
2018.07.19 8.0.0 Oreo FullOTA-MF
MHA-L09C346B364 (8.0.0.364)
MHA-L09BC346B364 (8.0.0.364)
2018.07.19 8.0.0 Oreo OTA-MF
MHA-AL00C00B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-TL00C00B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-AL00BC01B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-TL00BC01B360 (8.0.0.360)
2018.07.10 8.0.0 Oreo FullOTA-MF
MHA-TL00C01B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-AL00C01B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-TL00BC01B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-AL00BC01B360 (8.0.0.360)
2018.07.10 8.0.0 Oreo OTA-MF
MHA-AL00C00B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-TL00C00B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-AL00BC00B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-TL00BC00B360 (8.0.0.360)
2018.07.10 8.0.0 Oreo FullOTA-MF
MHA-TL00C01B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-AL00C01B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-TL00BC00B360 (8.0.0.360)
MHA-AL00BC00B360 (8.0.0.360)
2018.07.10 8.0.0 Oreo OTA-MF
MHA-L29C185B375 (8.0.0.375)
MHA-L09C185B375 (8.0.0.375)
MHA-L29BC185B367 (8.0.0.367)
MHA-L09BC185B367 (8.0.0.367)
2018.07.05 8.0.0 Oreo OTA-MF
MHA-L29C185B375 (8.0.0.375)
MHA-L09C185B375 (8.0.0.375)
MHA-L29BC185B367 (8.0.0.367)
MHA-L09BC185B367 (8.0.0.367)
2018.07.05 8.0.0 Oreo FullOTA-MF
MHA-L09C316B369 (8.0.0.369) 2018.07.05 8.0.0 Oreo FullOTA-MF

Backup all your important data before flashing the Huawei Mate 9 Stock Firmware because installing firmware will erase all your data:

  • GO to the Backup app on your home screen.
  • Tab on Backup & Choose the location to which you want to back up your data

  • Choose the data you want to backup. depending on your needs (Contacts, Messaging, Call log, images.videos…)
  • Then touch   Back up to begin the backup.
  • set a password, you can Skip if you don’t want to set a password 
  • After this is complete, tab Next to begin the backup.

Restore Huawei Mate 9

  • Go back to the Backup app, & tab on Restore
  • Choose the source of the data to be restored, and touch Next

  • Enter your password you set up early then touch OK
  • Select the data you want to restored and touch Start restoration.
  • Once you choose to restore your back up data
  • You can choose a location to restore backed up data (Contacts, Messaging, Call log, images.videos…)
  • Finally, tab on OK to finish.

Read also: How to ROOT Huawei Mate 9

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