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Xiaomi CIVI is receiving Android 12 based on MIUI 13 software update



Xiaomi Civi MIUI Android 12 Update

Xiaomi is initially rolling out the Android 12 rooted MIUI 13 for Xiaomi CIVI smartphones in China. The concept of the update relates to the stable fast-boot. Therefore, the users might require a data connection for the installation process.

Last September, Xiaomi CIVI users got the chance to run their devices on a stable and Enhanced Edition of MIUI 12.5. After a fruitful outcome of the release, the company started preparing the onset of MIUI 13 for the mentioned smartphone.

To some references, Xiaomi has restricted the devices to only a few of its regions. New information reveals that this update comes with MIUI 13 version based on Android 12 for Xiaomi CIVI launched on the home ground.


The latest software arrival brings numerous changes for the device. Apart from these implements, the update offers optimizations and repairs the bugs that create hindrances for the users.

From marking the basic improvements to developing new techniques, the software brought the user experience to the next level. Features regarding the system, privacy, themes and much more enrich the outlook of the device to an extreme grade.

Xiaomi Civi MIUI Android 12 Update


Here is a clear and enlarged structure of the features that appear with the MIUI update.


  • Privacy camera for face recognition and protective watermarks for images
  • Introducing comprehensive anti-fraud protection mechanisms
  • All-new Mi Sans system font with better readability
  • “Crystallization” super wallpapers
  • A new widget ecosystem with app support and personalization options
  • Mi AI can be fully customized now
  • New features for performing tasks seamlessly on multiple connected devices

Basic improvements:

  • Responsiveness for all systems and most popular third-party apps
  • The home screen is now much more fluid and responsive
  • Improved overall stability


  • Stable MIUI based on Android 12

Mi Smart Hub:

  • Tablets can connect to the portable hotspot in one tap
  • Phones and tablets have a shared clipboard now. Copy items on one device – and paste them on the other.
  • An option for taking a photo with the phone’s camera is now available
  • Handoff is now seamless between Xiaomi phones and tablets where the same Mi Account is used
  • Apps can be seamlessly handed off between phones and tablets
  • Verification codes that are received on a phone can be now pasted on a tablet
  • Photos taken with a phone can be instantly viewed on a tablet

Privacy protection:

  • Add protective watermarks as a pattern that displays over the whole image protecting it from unauthorization use
  • Introducing comprehensive anti-fraud protection mechanisms that include warnings, official labels, and transaction shields
  • Incognito mode restricts camera, microphone, and location permissions
  • Secure input protects all the text you enter
  • Privacy camera only shows your face and masks the rest of the picture when face recognition is in need

System font:

  • All-new Mi Sans system font with better readability


  • A new widget ecosystem offers lots of items that can make your Home screen more informative
  • New gorgeous widgets for system and third-party apps
  • Lots of customizable widgets, including different clocks, signatures, and stickers

Mi AI voice assistant:

  • Customization of Mi AI’s avatar, timbre, and controls
  • To be able to use this feature, update Mi AI to its latest version

More features and improvements:

  • Opening of apps as floating windows directly from the sidebar
  • Ambient sound recognition in Mi Ditto


  • Recognition of voice controls are better in Accessibility mode now
  • Enhanced accessibility support for Phone, Clock, Weather, and Themes
  • Privacy protection, secure web browsing, and better feed
  • Mind map nodes are more convenient and intuitive now
  • The wallet looks much better now

NOTE: The mentioned applications must be running on their latest version for proper functionality over the system.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.