Latest Xiaomi MIUI 12 update adds new bug reporting feature, setting animation & fixes screen recording issues
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra recently received the Android 11-based MIUI 12 beta update which also brought along several improvements.
While the latest beta update version 20.11.2 offers fixes for the screen recording issues, it also brings along a new feature and animation.
The information comes from the Xiaomi & MIUI News Telegram channel itself where the two new changes have been outlined individually.
The new MIUI 12 feature is for reporting bugs and issues while there is a new animation for when device settings are accessed.
Both changes were not mentioned in the MIUI 12 beta update announcement post and were later shared on the Telegram channel individually.
– Fix: Some known issues, improve stability
Now, Xiaomi’s beta testers can easily report bugs and errors on the MIUI builds with the new reporting bugs feature.
The feature basically triggers a prompt to upload a bug report whenever bugs or errors occur on the ROM.
Also, there is an option that users can select to send the bug report automatically if bugs or errors occur again.
On the other hand, the new Settings opening animation shows device settings emerging from the bottom of the screen.
However, the animation does not get triggered when device settings are opened from the MIUI System Launcher icon.
The latest transition animation only gets activated when device settings are accessed through the Control Center settings icon.
That said, we will keep tracking the development of MIUI 12 and will provide more details when new information becomes available.
In the meantime, you can check out our MIUI 12 update tracker to get the latest updates on the topic.
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