Friday, 23 October 2015

[Update] Xiaomi MIUI 7 Global Stable Build version all set to Roll out from Oct. 27

As we have hinted before that Xiaomi is busy testing MIUI 7stable Version with lollipop on Mi Note and finally now with two months of testing and optimization, MIUI 7 global stable version is all set to roll out from Oct. 27, 2015. 

MIUI 7 has been in open beta for about a month, so the feature set is well known. The new software extends battery life by 10% and speeds up system performance by 30%, or so Xiaomi claims. There are also included system UI themes, as well as a theme builder and a ton of downloadable themes. Then you get some smaller tweaks like incoming call videos for your contacts, a kids mode, and an enhanced gallery with facial recognition.

New MIUI 7 stable version will arrive via OTA on newer Xiaomi devices including the Mi 4, Mi 4i, Mi 3, Redmi 2, Redmi Note Pro, Redmi Note 4G, well for Now Redmi  1S and Redmi Note 3G are still in the doubtful cases things will be more clearer in coming days! 

If you cannot wait and excited to get your hands on it, you can download the ROM package via MIUI Downloads page anytime. Along with that MIUI 7 China stable build will also start rolling out from Oct. 27. It probably will be based on Android lollipop we have to just wait for next week so more & more things will be clear to us. For more technical update on it join our Redmi Note 2 pro Fb page

[Update] Here’s the news you are waiting for finally the list of Xiaomi devices which will be eligible for getting MIUI 7 is out. MIUI 7 will be rolling out on Tuesday via OTA in following Xiaomi devices - Xiaomi Mi 3, Mi 4, Redmi 1S, Redmi 2 & Prime, Redmi Note 4G, Mi Note and Mi Pad. While newly launched Redmi Note 2 is missing because still its Kernal Sources are not ready and if we talked about Redmi Note 3G some source code are missing so it will be eligible to get update in coming month!

As usual, for updating process try being on a stable and fast WiFi network before attempting the upgrade. Also, having a battery level over 50% is what they recommend for an OTA update, just to be on the safer side.
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