Xiaomi Expands MIUI 11 Stable to Mi 9, Redmi Note 7 and More Phones | Applications and Software

THE Xiaomi is distributing the version global gives MIUI 11 stable in phases: the first one ended in October and included the Pocophone F1, Redmi Note 7 and more cell phones. The second phase started on Monday (4): now it is the turn of the Mi 9, Mi 9T Pro, among others. Check below the list of smartphones that have already received the update, and learn how to force and install the update.

Xiaomi MIUI 11

O XDA Developers gathered the cell phones that received the final version of MIUI 11. In this post, we are only talking about the variants global, not updates released in China (which have no Play Store or Google services).

It is also worth noting that MIUI 11 may come with several versions of Android: some smartphones receive Android 10, such as the Mi 9 and Mi 9T Pro. Most of them will continue on Android 9 Pie, while Redmi 5 and Mi Play will continue on Oreo 8.1, and the Redmi Note 5A will be in Nougat 7.1.

THE first phase MIUI 11 was held from October 22 to 31, and included the following devices:

  • Pocophone F1
  • Mi 9 SE
  • Mi 9T / Redmi K20
  • Mi 8
  • Mi 8 Pro
  • Mi 8 Lite
  • Mi Mix 3
  • Mi Mix 2S
  • Redmi Y3
  • Redmi Note 7
  • Redmi Note 7 Pro
  • Redmi 7
  • Redmi 7A

THE second level is in progress, from November 4th to 12th, and has already taken MIUI 11 to the following cell phones:

  • Mi 9
  • Mi 9T Pro / Redmi K20 Pro
  • Mi 9 Lite
  • Mi Mix 2
  • Mi 6
  • Mi Note 3
  • Mi Max 3
  • Mi Play
  • Redmi 6 Pro
  • Redmi Note 5 Pro
  • Redmi S2 / Y2
  • Redmi Note 5A Prime / Y1
  • Redmi Note 5A / Y1 Lite
  • Redmi 5

Wasn’t your cell phone mentioned above? Calm! Still in this second phase, more devices will receive the MIUI 11, such as the Mi Mix. We will then have a third phase from 13 to 29 November; check here complete schedule.

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro

Xiaomi allows to install MIUI 11 manually

And if your smartphone is listed above, but you still haven’t received MIUI 11, there are two things you can do. The first is to force the system to look for an update:

  • follow the path Settings> About phone> System update;
  • open the menu and tap Update settings;
  • scroll down the list and activate the option Receive updates in advance;
  • go back to the previous screen, open the menu and tap Download the latest package.

If that doesn’t work, the XDA Developers gathered the direct download links for the update. You can follow the steps below if you’re in a hurry:

  • download the update file at XDA Developers and put it in your cell phone storage (if there are two options, choose Recovery ROM);
  • follow the path Settings> About phone> System update;
  • touch several times the MIUI logo;
  • open the menu and tap Choose update package;
  • select the file you downloaded and install it.

Remember that this process is at your own risk. On some phones, you may see an error message, saying that the update is only for those in the closed beta program. In this case, you will need to unlock the bootloader and install via TWRP – or wait for Xiaomi.

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