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Current version by: Sam Goldheart (vote details) ,

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Hi,

The best way to check if you phone needs an update is to check it for yourself if it needs one.

Here is a link that shows you how to do it.

http://devicehelp.optus.com.au/web/huawei-ascend-g6/basic-functions/software-update/updating-the-software-on-my-mobile-phone/

There is also this link which may be of help.

https://community.optus.com.au/t5/Announcements/Android-Software-Updates-26-01-2016/ba-p/142576

''As a general rule it is best to ignore and delete texts from sources you do not know, especially if they have 'embedded' links in them which they suggest that you use. Do not be tempted to even see what happens if you follow their suggestions.  Delete it!''

As to your text I'm sure that Huawei would have their name in the text somewhere if it was from them. Also, unless you have turned it off most system updates are automatic so there isn't any need to be advised.

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Edit by: iRobot ,

Text:

Hi,

The best way to check if you phone needs an update is to check it for yourself if it needs one.

Here is a link that shows you how to do it.

http://devicehelp.optus.com.au/web/huawei-ascend-g6/basic-functions/software-update/updating-the-software-on-my-mobile-phone/

There is also this link which may be of help.

https://community.optus.com.au/t5/Announcements/Android-Software-Updates-26-01-2016/ba-p/142576

''As a general rule it is best to ignore and delete texts from sources you do not know, especially if they have 'embedded' links in them which they suggest that you use. Do not be tempted to even see what happens if you follow their suggestions.  Delete it!''

As to your text I'm sure that Huawei would have their name in the text somewhere if it was from them. Also, unless you have turned it off most system updates are automatic so there isn't any need to be advised.

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Original post by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,

The best way to check if you phone needs an update is to check it for yourself if it needs one.

Here is a link that shows you how to do it.

http://devicehelp.optus.com.au/web/huawei-ascend-g6/basic-functions/software-update/updating-the-software-on-my-mobile-phone/

There is also this link which may be of help.

https://community.optus.com.au/t5/Announcements/Android-Software-Updates-26-01-2016/ba-p/142576

''As a general rule it is best to ignore and delete texts from sources you do not know, especially if they have 'embedded' links in them which they suggest that you use. Do not be tempted to even see what happens if you follow their suggestions.  Delete it!''

As to your text I'm sure that Huawei would have their name in the text somewhere if it was from them. Also, unless you have turned it off most system updates are automatic so there isn't any need to be advised.

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