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New updates arrive for the Xiaomi Mi A3 and Mi A2

The Mi A2. (Source: Xiaomi)
The Mi A2. (Source: Xiaomi)
Xiaomi has now started gradually sending out new updates to its Android One phones, the Mi A2 and Mi A3. The updates bring the June security patch to the phones, but it's unknown if they fix previously reported bugs introduced by earlier Android 10 builds.
Ricci Rox,

Yesterday, Xiaomi began sending out new updates to its Android One phones, the Mi A2 and Mi A3. The updates are the June security patches for the two phones, and are still in the early stages of rollout.

For the Mi A2, the update carries the software version number "V11.0.11.0.QDIMIXM". This update is only for the global ROM of the phone at the moment but should make its way over to European models. The download is a 24.19 MB download. Going by forum feedback, however, it would seem that this update didn't fix the bugs introduced by the Android 10 update months ago.

The Mi A3's update has the software version number "11.0.3.0.QFQEUXM". Unlike the Mi A2's patch, it's currently rolling out to the EU ROM and should make its way across the globe soon. The update is also light, weighing in at just 35.59 MB. 

A while ago, we reported that there was a bug causing Mi A3 units to sporadically reboot. That bug was supposed to be fixed with the June patch, but it happens randomly, so it's hard to confirm if it's now been fixed. We'll be sure to keep you updated on that, though.

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Ricci Rox, 2020-06-19 (Update: 2020-06-19)
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