Global Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite MIUI 12 update not in sight as MIUI 11-based OTA rolls out (Download link inside)
Xiaomi has been busy with the MIUI 12 stable update rollout. With the first round of the update rollout schedule over, the OEM should now be looking forward to the second round. However, many devices have already bagged the latest custom skin and many more are yet to get it.
While Xiaomi has listed the Mi Note 10 Lite in its MIUI 12 update schedule, it is unclear when the device will get the latest custom skin. Also, it must be noted that the Mi Note 10/Pro and Mi Note 10 Lite pack similar hardware and the only difference lies in the camera and memory configurations.
We reported earlier that the Chinese variant of the Mi Note 10 i.e. Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro received the MIUI 12 stable update. However, the Global Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Lite units are expected to get it in August.
As Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite users wait for the latest custom skin, Xiaomi is rolling out another MIUI 11-based update for the device. The update version V22.214.171.124.QFNMIXM is up from version V126.96.36.199.QFNMIXM and offers a couple of system optimizations in terms of stability and lag.
Global Mi Note 10 Lite users can grab the update via OTA but those who want to flash the update manually can download it from the link given below.
- Device: Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite
- Codename: toco
- Channel: Global Stable
- Version: V188.8.131.52.QFNMIXM
- Android: 10
- Type: Recovery
- Download: Link
- MD5: af608d961865b29e7769a80b4997a253
- Type: Recovery
It seems that the OEM is still working on the MIUI 12 stable update for the Global Mi Note 10 Lite variant. Hopefully, Xiaomi releases the update soon and without any major issues. Meanwhile, you can check out our MIUI 12 update tracker to know when it arrives for your Xiaomi device.
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