Xiaomi smartphones have come up with big news as it has started releasing the MIUI 11 Android version. It was first announced back in 2019 in China which spoke of bringing in the animated AOD and Horizon lights, new font, better sound system, Mi Work and Go App Suits.
In fact, few devices have started receiving the update which also includes Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi 7, Redmi Note 5 Pro, the Poco F1, and Redmi Note 8.
Devices like Redmi Y3, Redmi 7 and Redmi Note 5 Pro are still about to receive it and no announcement has surfaced to date by Xiaomi.
As far, the report confirms that this update took quite some trouble and time specifically concerning the naming conventions as well as the expansion of the update to different regions. Along with this issue were also the builds that were meant for the Mi Pilot beta testing Program which implies that those devices without the requisite permissions won’t be able to receive the builds.
Coming to the update, one can either wait for the update to take place automatically in the allocated devices or manually do it through the following steps:
Settings > About Phone > System Update.
This will be followed by the “choose update package” from which one can easily select the preferred file and install it.