The Xiaomi Mi A1 was an instant hit when it launched back in 2017. This was Xiaomi’s first Android One device which offered a clean, simple version of Android and regular updates to Xiaomi users who were not fans of Xiaomi’s bloated, feature-packed MIUI.

Being part of the Android One program, the Xiaomi Mi A1 was assured of at least two years of Android OS update and an additional year of regular security patches. This is 2020 and the device has already received the two promised Android updates and Android 9 Pie seems to be as far as it will get updated.

Xiaomi Mi A1

Since the device is still eligible for the extra year of security patch updates, users of the Mi A1 still expect updates from Xiaomi and yes, they have been getting these updates. The device has bagged every recent monthly update from April, May, and June.

Not to break this streak, the Xiaomi Mi A1 is bagging the latest July security update, and you guessed it, it is still based on Android 9 Pie. This patch weighs in at only 39MB and bumps up the software version on this device to V10.0.23.0.PDHMIXM, up from version V10.0.22.0.PDHMIXM.

The changelog for this device is the same generic one we have seen on other monthly security patches;

Optimization: Increased system stability
Optimization: Reduced system lag

This update should hit all eligible devices in due course. However, if you’d like to manually install it on your Mi A1, below is the download link to the update zip.

  • Device: Xiaomi Mi A1
  • Codename: TISSOT
  • Channel: Stable
  • Version: V10.0.23.0.PDHMIXM
  • Android: 9
    • Type: Recovery
      • Download: Link
      • MD5: d27b3c34cf9f6fea02464a9787ba37e0
Mi A1

Also worth noting is that, while the Xiaomi Mi A1 will not officially get updated to Android 10, thanks to the developer community, there are a number of aftermarket firmware for the Mi A1 that brings Android 10 in all its glory.

LineageOS 17.1, DerpFest and Pixel Experience are just a few of the countless Android 10-based custom ROMs available for the Xiaomi Mi A1.

NOTE: We have these and many more Xiaomi stories in our dedicated Xiaomi section.

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Clinton Madegwa
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A cybernaut grasping at all things tech. Lover of Android, Linux, and custom ROMS. A nerd, a writer, an avid reader.

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