Xiaomi Redmi 7A Android 10 update rolling out in India, wait for MIUI 12 still on (Download link inside)
After serving global and European variants of Redmi 7A, the Android 10 stable update is now live for Redmi 7A users in India. It joins the growing list of Xiaomi phones already served with Android 10 stable update, which you can check out here.
This latest Xiaomi Redmi 7A Android 10 stable update tags May 2020 security patchset along with MIUI 11 as well.
Talking about the update, it arrives with version number V220.127.116.11.QCMINXM and the complete firmware package weighs in around 1.62 GB in size.
Here is the complete changelog:
Updated Android Security Patch to May 2020. Increased system security.
Stable MIUI based on Android 10
Notably, Xiaomi Redmi 7A comes with Android 9 Pie out of the box with MIUI 10. And this new Android 10 stable update will be the phone’s first major firmware update.
From the changelog, there might not be much clarity regarding all the features Android 10 brings in for Redmi 7A. Well, Xiaomi handles things differently, where it bundles most of its major feature additions and tweaks in MIUI updates.
Ideally, the update has been pushed via OTA in batches and will take some time in hitting all units. However, if you wish to manually upgrade your phone with Android 10 update then, you can grab the firmware file from below:
- Device: Redmi 7A
- Codename: Pine
- Channel: India Stable
- Version: V18.104.22.168.QCMINXM
- Android: 10
- Type: Recovery
- Download: Link
- MD5: bd739880d3fa5a77f90ee7a7e7c30836
- Type: Recovery
Now that the update to Android 10 is out of the way, the next big question on the mind of Redmi 7A users is when the update to MIUI 12 will start seeding for the unit.
Well, we expect it to roll out pretty soon. We will keep you posted once there is some new info available related to the same. For a complete list of MIUI 12 updated devices, you can check out our MIUI 12 update tracker.
Note: In the meantime, do check out our dedicated Xiaomi smartphone section to read about the latest happenings around Xiaomi smartphones and devices.
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