Poco M2 Pro bags June security patch while users await MIUI 12 update (Download link inside)
Pocophone F1 was highly praised by users but the OEM could not keep up with the hype. Poco recently launched the M2 Pro in India which is basically Redmi Note 9 Pro. The device was not well received because of some privacy concerns that were later addressed by Poco India.
With the stable MIUI 12 update rolling out to many Xiaomi devices, Pocophone F1 and Poco M2 Pro are a bit behind. Both devices are yet to get the latest custom skin, however, Poco F2 Pro has already received it.
We reported earlier that Poco M2 Pro received an update with new security patches. Now, another security update is available for the M2 Pro. Well, it is no MIUI 12 but offers the updated June security patch.
Here’s the changelog along with the download link in case you want to flash the update manually:
Optimization: Updated Android Security Patch to June 2020. Increased system security.
- Device: Poco M2 Pro
- Codename: gram
- Channel: India Stable
- Version: V22.214.171.124.QJPINXM
- Android: 10
- Type: Recovery
- Download: Link
- MD5: 4d59565c02f43a72cd26c8ece68c5ef7
- Type: Recovery
Xiaomi has listed Poco M2 Pro in the second round of its stable MIUI 12 update schedule. However, no official announcements have been made as to when the stable MIUI 12 rollout for the device will begin.
It must also be noted that the OEM promised a new build for the M2 Pro without some of the pre-installed apps. This was because some of these apps are banned by the Government of India. However, it is unclear whether this update comes with or without those apps.
If you have already installed the latest update on your Poco M2 Pro, feel free to drop a comment below and let us know whether the banned apps are still there or not. Also, be sure to check out our dedicated MIUI 12 update tracker to stay updated on the topic.
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