Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro MIUI 12.5 stable update rolling out (Download link inside)
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro was launched in early 2019 and continues to be one of the most popular devices from Xiaomi to date.
The phone brought the modern glass sandwich design to the Redmi Note series for the first time along with a very pixel-dense camera sensor (48MP).
On the software side of things, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro booted into Android Pie out of the box. It has since then been updated to MIUI 12 based on Android 10.
Unfortunately, the device was launched at a time when Xiaomi was still giving out only a single Android version update to most of its budget devices including the Redmi Note series.
Had the Redmi Note 7 Pro released a year later, it would’ve bagged two Android updates just like its successor – Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro.
Nonetheless, while Android 10 is indeed the last Android version update for the Redmi Note 7 Pro, the device still awaits its final MIUI 12.5 upgrade.
The wait has finally come to an end now as the MIUI 12.5 stable beta update is now rolling out in China with a brand new May security patch.
New: Response to gestures is now instant.
New: With 20 times more rendering power, there are now few limits to what you can see on your screen.
New: With custom device model adjustments, any phone becomes faster after the upgrade.
Optimization: MIUI became lighter, faster, and more durable.
New: Nature mix is a new exciting way of creating your own notification sound system.
New: Hundreds of system sounds that represent animals from all around the world.
New: A new animation framework renders movement more realistically.
New: New UI design is focused on visualization and making your interaction with the device more lifelike.
New: Compose mind maps with complex structures.
New: New tools for doodling and sketching.
New: Press and hold a sketch to adjust the strokes automatically.
New: A gesture shortcut now allows you to create notes, tasks, and excerpts anywhere.
New: Excerpts save text, URLs, and images to Notes in a few simple taps.
New: Dynamic layouts make bring the typography in Notes to a new level.
New: Now you can see what apps access your clipboard and control access.
New: Using approximate location adds up points to privacy protection.
New: You can now manage sensitive permissions and related app behavior independently.
New: The behavior of web pages is also tracked now, which helps you to block unwanted and malicious actions.
New: Now it’s up to you who and when can track your online behavior.
New: All apps now come with a security statement from GetApps.
New: Privacy risk scanner.
New: Control which apps access and delete items from your Gallery.
New: A comprehensive overview of all sensitive permissions.
New: You’ll be notified whenever high-risk permissions are used and will be able to block the corresponding actions.
Optimization: An all-new privacy protection page.
New: Location info can be now reported automatically before the device is powered off
New: A more convenient way to move a cursor using the scrollbar.
New: Function buttons support switching between languages and keyboards.
New: You can press and hold the function buttons to access more features.
New: Custom themes for keyboards.
New: Font weight adjustment options for third party fonts.
Optimization: Personalization features for system wallpapers, animations, and sounds.
New: Wallpaper customization in the lite mode.
Optimization: Redesigned Incognito mode.
Optimization: Pages load much faster now.
- Device: Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro
- Codename: violet
- Channel: China Stable Beta
- Version: 126.96.36.199.QFHCNXM
- Android: 10
- Type: Recovery
- Download: Link
- Type: Recovery
Again, the build is for the Chinese variant of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro alone so it wouldn’t be installable over global MIUI 12 (unless the bootloader is unlocked).
Global users are therefore advised to stay tuned to our MIUI 12.5 update tracker.
The update makes the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro the third device to bag Android 10-based MIUI 12.5 after the Mi Max 3 and Redmi 7, indicating that Xiaomi has now kickstarted releases for older budget devices.
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