The global and Chinese Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro variants have already bagged the Android 11-based MIUI 12 stable update.

However, only select users received the said update as only the beta stable version was rolled out while a wider rollout is still awaited.

Xiaomi Mi 10

Now, the Mi 10 units in China are getting another Android 11 beta stable update which might be a re-released version of the previous build.

The update version is rolling out to select users of the Mi 10 Chinese variant. Also, the same is expected for the Chinese Mi 10 Pro and global Mi 10 series units.

So, those who want to install the latest OS update manually can grab it from the download link given below.

  • Device: Xiaomi Mi 10
  • Codename: umi
  • Channel: China Stable
  • Version: V12.2.2.0.RJBCNXM
  • Android: 11
    • Type: Recovery

Below is a summary of the changelog:

– Updated Android Security Patch to October 2020. Increased system security.
– Stable MIUI based on Android 11

It must be noted that this ROM is only meant for the Chinese Mi 10 variant and it does not include any Google apps and services.

The Chinese Redmi K30 Pro, also known as Poco F2 Pro globally, has also received the Android 11 beta stable update.

However, it is unclear when the global units will get the latest OS update as users of the Poco F2 Pro have not even received the beta stable version yet.

Xiaomi Redmi K30 Pro aka Poco F2 Pro globally

Nevertheless, the main concern remains a wider rollout of the Android 11 update for the Chinese and global Mi 10 series and Redmi K30 Pro units which is speculated to take place this month.

Furthermore, we reported earlier that one of the possible reasons behind the delay in a wider rollout could be the audio stability issue. More on that here.


That said, we will keep tracking this for further development and will update this post once new details about the Chinese Mi 10 Pro or global Mi 10 series units surface.

In the meantime, you can check out our Xiaomi Android 11 update tracker to get the latest updates on the topic.

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