Xiaomi Redmi 7 MIUI V10.3.3.0 update brings June security patch, customizable lock screen clock & bug fixes

It goes without saying that the Chinese OEM Xiaomi is pretty swift when it comes to firmware updates, despite their huge lineup of smartphones. Just recently, Redmi Note 5 (aka Redmi 5 Plus in China and globally) – the company’s 2018 mid-range phone – received the June security patch.

While device users await Android Pie, the monthly security update (~1.4GB) on Redmi Note 5 bumped the version to MIUI Additionally, it also fixed a SIM card contacts-related glitch.

June OTA on Redmi Note 5

And now, it has come to our notice that Xiaomi has released the June security update for Redmi 7 devices in India as well. Redmi 7, for a quick refresher, is the OEM’s current year mid-ranger phone fueled by a Snapdragon 632 processor. It possesses Android Pie layered with MIUI 9.0.

The update on Redmi 7 is quite similar to the one rolled on Redmi Note 5, but with some additions.

The patch (500MB+) bumps the version from MIUI to MIUI V10.3.3.0.PFLINXM. Apart from an updated security patch, it fixes the SIM card-related bug where contacts couldn’t be deleted and another problem where media volume wasn’t restored after getting a notification.

As for new additions, the update adds a customizable lock screen clock, a feature that other Xiaomi phones like Redmi K20 Pro, Pocophone F1 and Mi Mix 2S recently got through updates.

Here’s what the complete update changelog reads:

Optimization: Updated Android Security Patch to June 2019. Increased system security.

Fix: Contacts couldn’t be deleted from SIM cards in some cases

[Lockscreen, status bar, Notification shade]
New: Introducing customizable Lock cscreen clock (Setting> Lock screen & password> Advanced settings). New Lock screen clock doesn’t work with third party themes.
Fix: Media volume couldn’t be restored after receiving a notification.

[Mi Cloud]
Optimization: improved sync across multiple devices.

June OTA on Xiaomi Redmi 7 (Indian units)

As is usually the case with OTA updates, they roll out in phases, so it may take time for the June patch to reach out to all Redmi 7 units. So for those of you who don’t wish to wait can install the update by using the following download link:

  • Device: Redmi 7
  • Codename: onclite
  • Channel: Global (India) Stable
  • Version: V10.3.3.0.PFLINXM
  • Android: 9.0
    • Type: Recovery

Enjoy the update. Feel free to drop a comment and let us know how it acts on your units and in case the patch breaks an existing functionality or triggers a new issue.

NOTE: For more Xiaomi-related bugs, issues, news and updates, interested readers may head here.

Also, we’ve created an archive of all major developments related to the Pocophone F1 smartphone. We continuously update the page with latest Poco F1 news so that you don’t need to search for information related to the device on a daily basis. For Poco F1-specific news, you may head here.

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