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Original story (published on July 24, 2020) follows:

The Poco F2 Pro is the current flagship smartphone from Poco. It released a few months ago and comes with some of the best specifications that Android phones have to offer in 2020. Further, it’s also got that aggressive pricing going for it.

Poco launched the device with Android 10 running alongside MIUI 11. Thus, it was but obvious that it will be getting the MIUI 12 update when it was first announced in China. Since then, multiple Xiaomi smartphones have received the update.

Moreover, even the Redmi K30 Pro which is the Poco F2 Pro’s Chinese variant has bagged the stable MIUI 12 update. Thus, it was only a matter of time that the Poco F2 Pro began receiving MIUI 12 too.

Poco F2 Pro

As it turns out, the European variants of the Poco F2 Pro started receiving the MIUI 12 update a couple of weeks ago. Thus leaving users in Indonesia and others with the global variant of the device waiting.

Cut to now, the update has finally arrived for users in Indonesia. It comes as version V12.0.1.0 QJKIDXM and is being pushed to users via OTA. It brings a ton of new features and improvements for the device as you can see from the changelog below:

Poco F2 MIUI 12 changelog:

MIUI 12. Yours alone.
[System animations]
New: All-new physically based animation engine with advanced architecture will refresh your device’s look.
New: Dynamic window technology takes switching screen orientation to a new level.
[System visuals]
Brand new visual design works for all types of content and languages.
Magazine-level layouts bring important things into the spotlight and make content structure clear.
[Super wallpapers]
New: Super wallpapers break physical boundaries and keep inspiring you with every touch.
Fix: Status bar colors weren’t displayed correctly in the Dark mode
[Privacy protection]
New: MIUI 12 is the first Android-based mobile OS that went through the rigorous enhanced privacy protection testing.
New: Use secure sharing to control what additional data is sent along with shared items.
[Floating windows]
New: Pull down a notification sent by a messenger app to turn it into a floating window.
New: Floating windows keep apps running in the foreground even when you pause to do other things.
New: You can minimize a floating window using a full screen gesture.
Optimization: Press and hold an app preview in Recents to choose between Split screen and floating windows.
[Control center]
New: Swipe down from the upper right corner of your screen to open Control center.
New: Animated icons are a joy to look at!
[Mi Share]
New: Recently connected devices will be pinned on top of the list for a short time
[Dark mode]
New: Dark mode support is also provided for third party apps now.
New: Contrast is lowered automatically in low light conditions to protect your eyes.
New: Wallpapers can be displayed in darker palette when your device switches to Dark mode.
New: You can hide private items while casting and minimize the window to multitask.
[Always-on display]
Fix: Lock screen items were shown on the Always-on display
Updated Android Security Patch to June 2020. Increased system security.
[Lock screen]
Fix: Fingerprint unlock didn’t work on Always-on display in some cases
Removed: Lock screen and Always-on display issues in Second space
[Home screen]
New: Animated Home screen icons are neat and satisfying.
New: We’ve added a new animation for uninstalling apps.
New: Gravitational animations make returning to Home screen look seamless and natural.
New: Varying speed options for shooting short videos
New: New animations bring the weather from outside directly to your screen.
New: Lite mode simplifies your device and brings essential features up front.
New: You can create folders with notes now.
New: New dynamic backgrounds look gorgeous!
New: Tasks are completed with a satisfying animation now.
New: Checklists of subtasks make managing your agenda much simpler.
New: New animations feel natural and refreshing.
New: Binging your favorite shows will be more convenient with our new video toolbox.
Fix: Fingerprint unlock didn’t always work on Always-on display
Fix: Noise appeared during calls when earphones were connected

While the update is available through an OTA package, it might take a while before your device gets it. Typically, this happens with most updates on Android smartphones. So do not fret in case it does not show up right away on your Poco F2 Pro.

With this release, the company is moving a bit closer to wrapping up the rollout of MIUI 12 for all eligible devices. Although, there are still a few phones yet to get the latest skin. Thus, you can take a look at our MIUI 12 update tracker to know when it arrives on your device.

Further, Xiaomi has begun testing MIUI 12.1 in China. More on that here. But that’s not all, the company has also released the Android 11 beta update for the flagship Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. Nonetheless, we will continue tracking the rollout. So stay tuned for more updates regarding the same.

Update (July 24)

We now have the download link for those who wish to do a clean install manually.

  • Device: Poco F2 Pro
  • Codename: lmi
  • Channel: Indonesia Stable
  • Version: QJKIDXM
  • Android: 10
    • Type: Recovery

Update (August 6)

A new software update is being rolled out for Indonesian and European units of the Poco F2 Pro. This new update brings fixes for the floating window issue and an unresponsive touch bug. The update comes as version in Indonesia and as version in Europe. See the full story here.

Update (August 13)

It appears that the Global MIUI 12 update for the Poco F2 Pro has messed with the Widevine L1 support on the device and has downgraded the security level to L3. The issue seems to exist only for the Global variants and not for units sold in Indonesia. See the full story here.

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Dwayne Cubbins
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My fascination with Android phones began the moment I got my hands on one. Since then, I've been on a journey to decode the ever-evolving tech landscape, fueled by a passion for both the "how" and the "why." Since 2018, I've been crafting content that empowers users and demystifies the tech world. From in-depth how-to guides that unlock your phone's potential to breaking news based on original research, I strive to make tech accessible and engaging.

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