Xiaomi Mi CC9e Android 10 update not in sight as device gets Pie-based June security patch & bug fixes (Download link inside)
Chinese OEM Xiaomi is now seeding a new update for the Xiaomi Mi CC9e (aka Mi A3 globally). Reportedly, this new update is based on Android 9 Pie.
It brings the latest June 2020 security patchset along with a fix for data usage warning and increased system stability. Notably, the Xiaomi Mi CC9e has received Android 10 closed beta update with MIUI 12 in China, more than a week ago.
If you are interested in trying out the latest Android 10 and MIUI 12 on your Xiaomi Mi CC9e then, you can head here.
The current update bumps the version number from V126.96.36.199.PFMCNXM to V188.8.131.52.PFMCNXM and weighs in around 350 MB in size. Here is the complete changelog of this new update:
Updated Android Security Patch to June 2020. Increased system security.
Fix: Data usage warning appeared multiple times
Xiaomi Mi CC9e users should note that the update has been pushed via OTA in batches and will take some time in hitting all the units.
If you have not yet received the update notification, then you can go to Settings >> About phone >> System update >> Check for update, to check for the update.
Fortunately, for those who wish to update their Xiaomi Mi CC9e manually, we have the firmware download link with us which you can make use of to upgrade your phone with the latest patch.
- Device: Xiaomi Mi CC9e
- Codename: LAURUS
- Channel: China
- Version: V184.108.40.206.PFMCNXM
- Android: 9 Pie
- Type: Recovery
- Download: Link
- MD5: 3234ede2d4a8f40b8acd58555ad955d9
- Type: Recovery
While Android 10 update is yet to rollout, it is obvious that users will think whether Mi CC9e is eligible to receive the Android 11 update or not?
Taking into account all the information available, as per our speculated list of devices, Mi CC9e would definitely be getting the Android 11 update, when the time comes.
Just a gentle reminder that this is not an official confirmed list of devices that will pick up the Android 11 update. It is based on the available facts and our knowledge of the same. We would advise you to wait for the official confirmation.
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