MIUI update Android 10 for the POCO F1, Mi Mix 2S, Mi Mix 3, and Mi 8 series

MIUI 11 is the newest big release for Xiaomi smartphones, perhaps even bigger than an Android version jump. Features on Xiaomi devices are dictated more by their MIUI versions than the underlying Android version, so an MIUI version upgrade is an exciting event. MIUI 11 was announced in China in September 2019, bringing along new features such as animated AOD and Horizon Light for supported devices, new font, dynamic sound system, Mi Work and Mi Go app suites, and more changes. The first batch of MIUI 11 Betas was available for a bunch of devices, and over the next few weeks, devices like the Redmi K20 have begun receiving their stable MIUI 11 updates. Now, Xiaomi has officially confirmed that stable MIUI 11 update is rolling out to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi 7, Redmi Note 5 Pro and the Poco F1.

The update for the Redmi Note 7 and Poco F1 is rolling out to all devices in a staged manner, while Xiaomi should be making the announcement soon for the Redmi Y3, Redmi 7 and Redmi Note 5 Pro. You can wait for the update to land on the device. Or as an alternative, you can also sideload the update onto your phone using the download links provided below. Even though these are official update files, it is always a good idea to back up the important data on your phone.

You should be able to install the updates on your device by yourself using the local update method. Download the Recovery ROM for your region, place it in your root directory. Then navigate to Settings > About Phone > System Update and then tap on the MIUI icon 7 times. This should reveal the “Choose update package” option in the three-dot menu. Select the option, and then select the file you download and hit “OK”

Download list of Android 10

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