BySophia Windsor 2019-09-25 18876
Before referring to the following guide, you can first check if your Xiaomi phone supports MIUI 11 update in this article about "These Xiaomi and Redmi phones will get MIUI 11 and Android 10 update by the end of 2019".
Note: If you didn’t find your Xiaomi phone like Pocophone F1 on the list. Don’t worry. As the MIUI 11 update plan published by Xiaomi yesterday may be only applied to Chinese market. However, the MIUI 11 global rollout schedule hasn’t been confirmed by Xiaomi official.
● MIUI 11 developer ROM internal beta: September 24 - September 26
● MIUI 11 developer ROM public beta: starts from September 27
● MIUI 11 stable ROM: The MIUI 11 stable ROM will be released in three batches and their release time is Mid-October, late October and early November.
The MIUI 11 developer ROM internal beta recruitment channel opened on September 24. If you want to become one of the first users to try out the new UI, you can follow the steps below.
Note: Only the Chinese users with WeChat account can apply for the MIUI 11 developer ROM internal beta.
Step 1. Open your WeChat and search “MIUI” in the official accounts and find the “MIUI” on the pop-up list.
Step 2. Follow the MIUI official account.
Step 3. Send the message “MIUI” to the official account.
Step 4. Copy the application code and click the “抢先体验” (first experience the MIUI 11 features) and sign in with your Xiaomi account or WeChat account.
Step 5. Input the application code and your Xiaomi phone model and tick the agreement and click “enter”.
Step 6. Once you have successfully submitted the application, you can wait for approval. It may take some time. After your application is approved, you can download and experience the MIUI 11 developer beta version.
As we have mentioned at the beginning of the guide. The stable MIUI 11 may start rolling out from late October. At that time, the first batch of Xiaomi phones that support the MIUI 11 will receive the OTA update notification, and then users can easily update it.
For some smartphones belong to the first phase of MIUI 11 update plan, you can follow this guide to check the updates: "How to check the MIUI 11 update on Redmi K20 (Xiaomi Mi 9T), Redmi 7A, POCO F1, Redmi Note 7 and other Xiaomi phones".
Don't want to wait for the official OTA update anymore? You can also try this simple method about "How to force download and install MIUI 11 on Pocophone F1, Redmi Note 7, Redmi K20, Xiaomi Mi 9T and other Xiaomi phones".
However, some smartphones out of the MIUI 11 first update plan may not experience the new OS as soon as possible. But they can still download an install the new MIUI 11 manually. If you really want to take a risk to force the MIUI 11 update on your phone, you need to refer to some professional flashing tutorials on the web. However, some incorrect operations or unofficial firmwares may cause damage to your Xiaomi phones. So you’d better wait for the official OTA update patiently.
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