The Xiaomi Mi A3 receives DPI and charging status indicator fixes with its latest update
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Xiaomi has started rolling out a new update to the Mi A3, its most recent Android One smartphone. According to the update's changelog, Xiaomi has, once again, 'optimised system performance' and 'improved system security and stability'. In reality, this means that Xiaomi has upgraded the Mi A3 to the April 1 2021 security patch, which addresses 18 critical or high CVEs (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures). If you are interested in reading more about these, then you can do so in this month's Android Security Bulletin.
According to Adimorah Blog, this month's update also fixed several issues that have been affecting some Mi A3 devices. Apparently, these include DPI inconsistencies and a bug that prevented the full charge remaining time from being displayed on the lock screen, among other things.
V22.214.171.124.RFQMIXM is approximately a 36 MB file if your device receives it as an over the air (OTA) update. Alternatively, Xiaomi Firmware Updater has links to the fast boot and recovery files, should you wish to start afresh with your Mi A3. Xiaomi hosts these files on its servers, for reference.