A few days after the release of the first buggy, Mi A3 users started getting the new Android 11 update. The previous release also included Android 11, but with the issue that the updated devices stopped working. Xiaomi acknowledged this issue and stopped the rollout that was launched last week for Mi A3 customers in global markets. The latest Android 11 update for Mi A3 seems to have overcome the previous issue when updating devices to the newest operating system.
Xiaomi Gadgets have been confirmed to be new to 360 Android 11 Update for Mi A3 With software version 22.214.171.124 in India. The rollout of the update began late Tuesday and is in its infancy Reported Some users on Twitter. Customers Mentioned The update is 1.40GB in size and includes the December 2020 Android Security Patch. The update is expected to include Core Android 11 features as well.
A few days after Xiaomi got a new update for Mi A3 Stopped Release the original Android 11 that caused the devices to completely brick after installation. The company recently announced Free repairs Affected users regardless of the warranty status of their devices.
Although the latest update does not appear to be causing any problems, some users have reported slowing down charging time after installing a newer version of software. Some users have stated that the update will not support Wi-Fi calling.
After the Android 11 update
– Chat bubble not showing
– No local screen recorder
– No WiFi calling
– Cannot copy text in recent window menu
– Only notification shadow, power button menu and some animations have changed. What is this update?# mia3 # mia3android11
– Pratik Bhat (Rat Pratik_Bhat) January 6, 2021
A11 Tracking Update
1. Update Roll Date 31 December Results Hard Brick
2. Update Roll Date 5 January Results Touch screen is dead
Please can you guide us on when to update
– MOHD AFEEF (@ afeef1915) January 6, 2021
Xiaomi did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Gadgets 360 on new issues highlighted by users.
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