Xiaomi Mi A3 is updated to Android 10 again, and it seems that this time the compilation is stable and has no problems.
Updating the Mi A3 to Android 10 has caused Xiaomi more of a headache. Although Android One devices are supposed to be among the first to receive operating system updates, curiously the Mi A family has been one of the last to update.
The brand released the first update of the Xiaomi Mi A3 in late February, but soon after was forced to withdraw it due to errors . In mid-March it appeared again, but the same flaws remained. The third attempt occurred in early April, but Xiaomi had to back down again because the problems had not been solved.
Among the failures reported by the users stood out random restarts, excessive battery consumption, as well as problems in the operation of the camera, the fingerprint sensor and general performance.
It seems that the fourth is overdue and that the brand has finally been able to resolve the errors. Xiaomi has announced that the latest Android 10 update for the Mi A3 arrives in Europe with build number V184.108.40.206.QFQEUXM and with the security patch of April 2020.
The update is being sent to users in batches via OTA. To prevent download links from being shared and to prevent problems from previous compilations, which spread quickly through unofficial channels, the company warns that it will take action against people who send these links to other users.
Everything indicates that the new compilation is stable and that this time the update will not have to be reversed. At least this is stated on Twitter and Reddit by users who have been able to install the update to Android 10 for the Xiaomi Mi A3, as we can read on Gizmochina.
Among the improvements that the new version of the operating system brings to the terminal, dark mode, gesture navigation, new privacy controls, new features in digital well-being and parental controls or intelligent responses stand out.
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