Update: Redmi Note 7S also started getting MIUI 11 Stable update in India according to some users ( not varified of course). It means Xiaomi has covered almost all the devices promised under the 1st phase (except Redmi Y3). If you get this update, please do let’s know in the below comment section!
Xiaomi had previously announced the MIUI 11 Global Stable Beta for limited users. Finally, the company has started pushing Global Stable ROM to specific Xiaomi devices announced under the first phase. As the company promised to deliver before October 31, almost 90% of devices have been already covered under the first phase.
According to the latest data provided by the Telegram group, Poco F1, Redmi Note 7, Mi 9 Lite / MI CC9, and Redmi Note 7 Pro start getting the MIUI 11 stable OTA update. The ROM delivered by the company applies to all the Global variants of the mentioned devices, But India is the first country to taste the MIUI 11 stable update. Albeit Mi 9 Lite isn’t available in India, it grabs the global update wherever it is available.
The latest firmware brings all the MIUI 11 features as well as up to date security patch of October month. As of now, the update is available for limited users. But we can expect it to be covering a large number of users soon.
It will worth noting that Xiomi MI 9 Lite is enjoying the same update in multiple regions; that is why we have listed multiple files. In addition, the same update is already available for Redmi K20, Redmi 7A and Redmi 7 smartphones outside China. However, Redmi 7 brings EEA ROM, which means it is specifically designed for the European variants.
If you haven’t yet received this update via Over-the-air (OTA), you can download it from the above-mentioned links. These are fully verified links supplied by the Xiaomi itself. We are currently unable to verify whether provided ROMs run on Android 10 or not, but you will be enjoying the latest MIUI 11 features for sure!
How to install MIUI 11 OTA and Recovery ROM?
Method 1 (OTA)
- Download the official update and put zip into internal storage
- Go to phone “about” section & tab on 3 dots
- Click “Choose Update” and select that update zip
- If “Choose Update” option is not available, click 10 times on “MIUI 10” logo
- It’ll auto-update and reboot
Note: If you get any error while installation, then it means you are installing the wrong update. To fix the error, you need an official beta tester account or use the second method.
Method 2 (Recovery) (Unlocked Bootloader Required)
- Download any update (CN,IN,MI,EEA,RU)
- Install custom recovery (TWRP preferable)
- Reboot to recovery wipe data/system/vendor/cache/delvick
- Install update file
Source & Credit: Telegram Group named “MIUI 11 Updates”