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Redmi Note 7/7S receives MIUI OTA update on Android 10

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Redmi Note 7 series received latest Android 10 OTA update earlier this year. The OEM soon announced a new MIUI 12 firmware and released it for several Android devices. Xiaomi unveiled MIUI 12 and all of its features in an online event with the launch of the Redmi Note 8 series. Following this, MIUI 12 soon started rolling out to several Redmi, Mi, and Poco smartphones. Today, we are receiving the latest MIUI for the regular Redmi Note 7/7S device.

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Redmi Note 7 Pro just recently received MIUI firmware update earlier this month. Today, the popular Note 7 or 7S is receiving the same with build MIUI based on Android 10. The OTA is now rolling out globally in a phased manner, currently available in Europe and Asia. It features complete build number V12.0.1.0.QFGMIXM.

MIUI for Redmi Note 7

As you can see in the screenshot above, the latest update comes with stable MIUI 12 update with features like systemwide Dark Mode, revamped user interface, new icons, animations, super wallppaers support, and much more. Checkout MIUI 12 feature list here.

The update also features all the Android 10 goodies including enhanced location permissions, advanced privacy tools, live caption, smart reply, sound amplifier, gesture navigation from Google Pixel, dark mode, focus mode, family link, latest security updates, and more.

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The full OTA update comes in a large package of 2.01 GB in size. You can get the OTA update manually by going to settings > About Phone > System Update > download OTA. If you haven’t received the OTA update yet, then download the zip from below and manually update your Note 7 series from here Download Redmi Note 7/7S MIUI (post link).


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