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Xiaomi rolls out new updates to the Mi A3 in Europe and other markets

Xiaomi has updated the Mi A3 on MIUI's European and global channels. (Image source: Xiaomi)
Xiaomi has updated the Mi A3 on MIUI's European and global channels. (Image source: Xiaomi)
Xiaomi has released new software updates for the Mi A3 on its global and European branches. The two updates, distributed as V12.0.18.0.RFQEUXM and V12.0.21.0.RFQMIXM, are available as OTA or recovery files.

Xiaomi has upgraded the Mi A3 again as it continues its monthly security patch update plan. Set to expire after the device's third anniversary, the security patches arrive as software updates that are generally 10 MB downloads. This month, Xiaomi has upgraded the Mi A3 to V12.0.18.0.RFQEUXM and V12.0.21.0.RFQMIXM, which it has distributed to MIUI's European and global branches, respectively.

According to Xiaomi's changelogs, V12.0.18.0.RFQEUXM and V12.0.21.0.RFQMIXM only optimise system performance while improving system security and stability. For some reason, Xiaomi does not provide a breakdown of what changes each security patch contains. Thankfully, Google does so in its monthly Android Security Bulletins. You can read what vulnerabilities Google has addressed this month in its latest Android Security Bulletin. 

V12.0.18.0.RFQEUXM and V12.0.21.0.RFQMIXM are available to download now as over-the-air (OTA) updates. Typically, Xiaomi rolls out updates quickly, unlike Huawei. However, if your Mi A3 has not received a notification to download the new build, you can grab the corresponding OTA file via the link below. Alternatively, you can flash the recovery ROM should you need to reset your Mi A3.

Xiaomi Mi A3

(Image source: Adimorah Blog)
(Image source: Adimorah Blog)
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Alex Alderson, 2022-03-29 (Update: 2022-03-29)