Rumour | Xiaomi may have pulled the Android 10 update for the Mi A2 again
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Xiaomi finally released Android 10 to the Mi A2 last month, but it has not been plain sailing since then. Xiaomi initially started upgrading handsets to V18.104.22.168.QDIMIXM, a 1.3 GB download that contained the December 2019 set of security patches. However, the company then seemingly pulled this build a few days after it went live. Although Xiaomi did not offer any reasons why it ceased the rollout of V22.214.171.124, some people stated that the build contained a host of bugs, which seems like a good reason to pull it.
Piunikaweb then reported that Xiaomi had release V126.96.36.199.QDIMIXM, a build that came in two forms. If your Mi A2 had already been upgraded to V188.8.131.52, then the V184.108.40.206 update was just a 162.8 MB download. Conversely, Xiaomi also issued a full build for those who had not upgraded their handsets to V220.127.116.11 before it was pulled.
While this build also upgraded the Mi A2 to the January 2020 set of security patches, multiple people reported that it did not resolve the bugs that had been present in V18.104.22.168.
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