Xiaomi returns to Android 11 beta testing on some devices


After taking a planned break because of the National Day holidays in China, the Xiaomi is back with its weekly beta program from Android 11. One of the first devices to benefit from the resumption of beta testing is toucan, the code name for Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro, Mi Note 10 e Mi Note 10 Pro.

The update, called 20.10.14, can be performed on any of these devices, although only the Chinese version of MIUI can participate in the beta program. However, you can flash the 20.10.14 via TWRP if you want to try Android 11 before reaching the Mi CC9, Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro. To do this, you must have the bootloader unlocked before flashing via TWRP. You can request to unlock your device here. Version 20.10.14 can be downloaded directly from the Xiaomi server, if you want to try it out, but note that the download is about 2.9 GB.

New beta version of Android 11 arrives on Xiaomi Mi CC9, Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro

According to Xiaomi & MIUI News, Xiaomi not only makes Android 11 available, but also a number of improvements in the Mi browser.It may take a few months before Xiaomi brings the stable version of Android 11 to the Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro.

Xiaomi took until May to update the two devices to Android 10, and August to make the global edition of MIUI 12 available. The Mi CC9 Pro received Android 10 and MIUI 12 first, so Xiaomi will probably update it to Android 11 before the Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro. Overall, it is encouraging to see Xiaomi continue to develop MIUI for a unique device like the Tucana, as it has treated other devices like the Mi Mix 3 5G in terms of software support.


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