This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..

Original story (from May 11) follows:

Android 10’s advent on the Xiaomi Mi A3 devices has been quite a topsy-turvy episode so far. Released for the first time back in February, the OEM couldn’t manage to deliver a bug-free stable update and their half-baked releases caused them to push and pull the update multiple times.

Finally, a couple of months from when they actually started, Xiaomi managed to push the least buggy Android 10 update (V11.0.14.0.QFQMIXM) to Mi A3 devices. However, this time to avoid another bash from users, they followed an approach of phased rollout (push to limited % at a time) to ensure that no unfinished business was delivered.


After a successful global release, Mi A3 devices in the European region also got to experience the Android 10 (V11.0.1.0 QFQEUXM) lately. We better put it bluntly that even the latest release wasn’t completely bug-free. Right after the release, we highlighted that Camera Pro Mode shutter speed was reduced to 1/4s.

What’s good is that the issue was brought to the notice of the concerned team well in time. And going by the latest reports it has been addressed in the latest Android 10-based May security patch that is hitting the devices with version V11.0.15.0.QFQMIXM.

While earlier it was stuck at 1/4s (left image), now there’s no such issue (right image).

Mi A3 shutter speed pro mode MiA3-camera-shutter-speed-resolved

If reports are to believe, the Android 10 Launcher issue has also been resolved.

The information regarding the May OTA update came in the form of an official announcement post at the community, and it says the update right now is being pushed to 10% of the devices, which excluded India. Users have already started receiving the 35MB OTA package.


Considering this monthly update is also being pushed to a limited percentage of devices, we’ll keep a continuous track of the increasing percentage as well as update you about it. So keep patience. For those who have already received the update, feel free to drop a comment and share your experience.

Update 1 (May 14)

The update is now available for 25% devices.

Update: May 13, 2020
The system update is at the moment available to 25% of users (excluding India). Further steps depend on user feedback.

Update 2 (May 15)

The latest status update says the May patch is now available for 50% devices.

Update: May 15, 2020
The system update is at the moment available to 50% of users (excluding India).

Update 3 (May 19)

The update to Android 10 for the MI A3 is now live for 1% of users in India. Head here for more coverage.

Update 4 (May 19)

The Android 10 based May security patch for the MI A3 is now available for 10% of the users in the EU. Head here for more coverage.

Update 5 (June 02)

The latest update regarding version QFQMIXM says:

We are thrilled to announce that the Android 10 based new Global Stable ROM for Mi A3, V11.0.15.0 QFQMIXM is out now. It will be pushed out to the users via OTA, in batches!!

Here’s what the changelog reads:

Optimization and bug fixes
Updated Android Security Patch to May 2020

As for the download link, here it is:

Update 6 (June 08)

The May security patch for the Mi A3 has been causing random reboot issues, developers aware of the bug. Head here for more details.

Update 7 (June 23)

The update is now live for all Mi A3 devices including the ones in India region.

Update: June 23, 2020
The system update is now completely out (including India).

PiunikaWeb started as purely an investigative tech journalism website with main focus on ‘breaking’ or ‘exclusive’ news. In no time, our stories got picked up by the likes of Forbes, Foxnews, Gizmodo, TechCrunch, Engadget, The Verge, Macrumors, and many others. Want to know more about us? Head here.

Dr. Aparajita Sharma
1227 Posts

Currently, I am pursuing Ph.D (Psychology), and have been teaching the same for past four years. Coming to PiunikaWeb, I know it was a complete switch over, but the idea was appealing enough to put in all the effort it called for. My work primarily involves research. Oh, and yes, some of the photographs you see here are clicked by me. Overall, I am enjoying whatever I am doing, and hoping you’ll also feel the same reading all my articles. You can find me on LinkedIN.

Next article View Article

[Updated] Instagram crashing on all Android phones, but there are workarounds

Here's the crux of the article in video form: New updates are being added at the bottom of this story……. Original story from (June 5, 2018) follows: We're...
Jul 10, 2023 6 Min Read