Mi Note 10 Android 10 update still far as Xiaomi releases a new Pie-based firmware; TWRP support now available for device

Expecting Android 10 update from Xiaomi has become quite a tiresome task, don’t believe me? Then you should probably ask the Mi A2 and Mi A3 users.

Though majority of the compatible phones are now running on Android 10, it is better to let Xiaomi take its time in delivering a nicely cooked Android 10 update that is bug-free and provides a great experience to its users.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10, which was released back in November 2019, came with Android 9 Pie out of the box and the unit is expecting its first major Android firmware upgrade in Q2 of 2020.

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Mi Note 10

Notably, in China, the device goes by the name of Mi CC9 Pro and guess what? It has already picked up the Android 10 stable update.

And as per the latest development, the Android 10 update might take some more time in hitting the global units of the Mi Note 10, as the Chinese OEM has released a new update based on Android 9 Pie.

The update packs some optimization for the Mi Note 10 and bumps the security patch level from February 2020 to March 2020. It weighs in around 248 MB for the OTA and comes with version V11.0.9.0.PFDMIXM.

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– Optimization: Increased system stability
– Optimization: Reduced system lag

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As always the update is being pushed via OTA and will hit the units in a staggered manner. If you have not yet received the notification for the update, head over to Settings>>System Updates>>Check for updates.

And for those, who want to upgrade their Mi Note 10 manually, can grab the update package file from the below section:

  • Device: Mi Note 10
  • Codename: Tucana
  • Channel: Global
  • Version: V11.0.9.0.PFDMIXM
  • Android: 9
    • Type: Recovery
      • Download: Link
      • MD5: f4aa3e3edc3dc9aa9eb216a11793e960

There is some good news for the power users of Android, who want to flash custom ROM and modded apps The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is now officially supported by TWRP and meaning you can pick up any Android 10 based custom ROM and flash it on your device.

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