Xiaomi adds MIUI ROM download portal to Global Mi Community for smoother & hassle-free downloading experience
Xiaomi has a big pool of devices and a good chunk of them keep getting new updates at regular intervals.
It sometimes gets difficult even for Xiaomi to keep track of every single device. The weird nomenclature policy (or lack of) that the brand follows has further led to a lot of confusion.
Searching for the right MIUI ROM has never been an easy task, especially with a device list this big.
But it appears that Xiaomi is finally keen on ending the hassle with a dedicated MIUI ROM download portal in place. A forum moderator, in an official post, has announced this portal for global users.
Xiaomi has a great presence in the Global market (outside China) and there are different variants for several regions. To find and download MIUI ROM was never a smooth experience as users had to rely on unofficial sources like Telegram channels and other unreliable websites.
But this new download portal will not only save Xiaomi device users their time, but also prevent bricking events due to clean-flashing of a different ROM.
After the introduction of this, all you have to do is to head to the Mi Global Community, either website or app, and look for the downloads section.
One can easily identify their devices there and choose the official MIUI Recovery or Fastboot ROMs for manual flashing.
There are various types of ROMs that Xiaomi deals in, you can head here to learn about them.
The company is already on the move to release Android 11-based MIUI 12 updates followed by MIUI 12.5 updates. So, this integration is surely going to help those who wish to flash the builds right away.
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