Xiaomi has started rolling out Android 12 based MIUI 13 update for Redmi Note 10 Pro, Mi 11 Lite smartphones. This stable update is available for Mi Pilot at present. However, we have an expectation about a public release of this update for consumers across the globe shortly.
MIUI 13 has been a popular term in the last few months. The latest software update brings many smart features that enhance the performance as well as stability of the system. Although, we often find some differences between the global version and the Chinese version of this software.
Versions of the Update
According to Xiomiui, The Android 12 based MIUI 13 update for Redmi Note 10 Pro, Mi 11 lite is accessible to the users with a particular version. For Redmi Note 10 Pro, the update is available with version V184.108.40.206.SKFMIXM for Mi Pilot users. Whereas, Mi 11 Lite users receive the update with version V220.127.116.11.SKQMIXM.
Difference between Global & China Stable
There are some features that you can find in the China stable but are missing from the Global update and vice versa. In spite of some changes, the functioning and the reliability of the system remain at the best for both releases.
The global MIUI 13 update is still in the continuation with Roboto font instead of the new Mi Sans Font. Besides this, the new live wallpapers still remain unknown in the global stable. The global update also lacks the control center. The same goes for the MIUI 13 China stable, the background permissions for various application is not available for the country stable except for the global version only.
The background permission feature allows the users to track the applications that access the camera, microphone, and location of the device. This feature is similar to the privacy indicator and dashboard in the Android 12 operating system. The feature can be enabled from the ‘Privacy’ section of the Settings menu.
As it is a beta version, the users can download and install this update manually using the MIUI downloader. The users can also wait and check for the updates by moving to the “Settings” section of the device. Then select the “About Phone” option and click on the “System Updates”.
Redmi 9 smartphone grabbing February 2022 MIUI security update
Xiaomi has started sending the February 2022 security update for its cost-effective smartphone Redmi 9. The update is circulating in Indonesia through the OTA (over the air) medium. This security patch is rolling with MIUI 12.5/Android 11 software version.
Meanwhile, the users in Europe are receiving the January 2022 security patch for the same device along with the same software. These patches provide bug fixes and improvisations to the issues and errors.
Build Number & Size
The February 2022 security update for Redmi 9 smartphone is available with a specific build number which is V18.104.22.168.RJCIDXM. Further, it holds a package size of 2.5GB. On the contrary side, the European users are accessing the January 2022 security patch as V22.214.171.124.RJCEUXM with the same size.
Purpose of Security Patch
Xiaomi releases a bunch of security patches in a month for several of its devices around different regions. But why?
These patches are meant with the purpose of resolving the conflicts and vulnerabilities that are been faced by the device.
In other words, the security patches mend the defects of a device that the users confront while operating it. Thus, it improves the functioning management and makes increases the reliability of the internal mechanisms.
Redmi 9 Key Specifications
The budget-friendly smartphone appears with a display design of a 6.53-inch IPS LCD that carries a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. It has a pixel density of 395 PPI (Pixel Per Inch). Further, it powers an octa-core chipset of MediaTek MT6769V/CU Helio G80 along with Mali-G52 MC2 GPU.
Additionally, the device sports a quad-camera framework at the backside that consists of 13 megapixels (f/2.2 aperture) primary camera, 8 megapixels (f/2.2 aperture) ultrawide shooter, 5 megapixels (f/2.4 aperture) macro sensor, and 2 megapixels (f/2.4 aperture) depth sensor. It also attaches an 8 MP selfie camera at the front.
Apart from the optical concern, the smartphone packs an irremovable battery with a capacity of 5020mAh that gives a rapid charging of 18W.
MIUI 13/Android 11 update expands for Xiaomi Pad 5 in Taiwan
Xiaomi has begun expanding the MIUI 13 software update for its large screen device Xiaomi Pad 5 in Taiwan. The software remains on Android 11 at the moment. Yet, users can find surprising new features for their devices with better-operating mechanisms.
The OTA update appears with many customizations and implements for the huge screen gadget. On the other hand, it brings a new updated security patch for the device that delivers amendments for the bugs and errors.
Xiaomi Pad 5 get Android 12 in China:
Xiaomi Pad 5 has received the Android 12 operating system along with the latest interface MIUI 13. The initial rollout took place in China with several exclusive features and improvements for the device. Although, the user demands a large screen-related software update – Android 12L rather than Android 12 OS.
As for now, Xiaomi is treating the Android 12 based MIUI interface with fine structure and functions for the huge screen devices. Therefore, Xiaomi Pad 5 users have to settle down with the Android 11 system.
Xiaomi Pad 5 devices in Taiwan receives the MIUI 13/Android 11 update with a particular build number which is V126.96.36.199.RKXTWXM. Whereas, the update size of the software weighs a size of 2.8 Gigabytes.
Changelog of MIUI 13/Android 11
- Resizable floating windows bring the desktop experience to tablets
- Improvement in Function key features
- Drag any item from the dock to open it in a floating window
- Resizing options for floating windows
- Support for opening two floating windows at the same time
- New gesture for the floating windows
Stylus & Keyboard:
- Pressing The Menu Button on the keyboard opens the app dock
- Double pressing the Menu button allows switching between recent applications
- Custom system button as well as app shortcuts
System: Updated Android security patch to January 2022. Increased system security.
The users have to keep in mind, the following instructions before proceeding with the installation:
- Do not forget to backup all important matters before upgrading
- The update process may take a while, hence one must have a sufficient amount of battery percent in the device
- The device might take time to adapt to the new update
- The device should have a high-speed internet connection for downloading the software
Xiaomi MIUI 188.8.131.52/Android 12 update rolls out for Mi 11i
Xiaomi Mi 11i smartphone users are receiving the major update of MIUI 184.108.40.206 rooted over the Android 12 operating system. The update is available globally through the OTA (over the air) format. This time, the Chinese company has rolled out the major update along with a new security patch for the device.
Being an OTA update, the software update may take a while to approach all the eligible units of the device across the globe. However, the users can direct themselves towards the Settings menu of their device for checking the update manually.
As per the source, the global users are attaining the MIUI 220.127.116.11 software update for their Mi 11i smartphones with build number V18.104.22.168.SKKMIXM. Whereas, the package size of the software weighs up to 3.5GB.
Along with Android 12 stability, the latest MIUI interface offers new wallpapers, customizable widget sections, finer system functionalities, and much more. Furthermore, it provides an enhancement to a number of applications. These enhancements are either with the increment in their access or marking smooth operations.
While exploring the changelog of the MIUI 13 system, we found limited features for the super handset. Though, there are expectations, to receive new and more features of the interface soon for the mentioned device. Here is the list of elements, that users can observe in the newest update.
- “Crystallisation” super wallpapers
- A new widget ecosystem with app support
- Apps can be shown as floating windows directly from the sidebar
- Updated Android security patch to February 2022. Increased the system security
- Stable MIUI based on Android 12
- Optimizes the accessibility support for applications such as Phone, Clock, and Weather
- Mind map nodes are more convenient as well as intuitive from now
- Improved overall stability
How to Update:
The users can upgrade their smartphones to the latest software by heading towards the Settings menu of their device. Then, select the System Apps Updater and further click on the MIUI Version. The device will fetch up the new updates and will display them on the screen. For the appropriate one, tap on Download & Install.