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The Xiaomi Mi A3 begins to receive Android 11, although with errors after the update



The update to Android 11 continues its course in the Xiaomi catalog, this time on the latest Android One phone: The Xiaomi Mi A3 has started to update stably in India. Of course, its users report various stability problems, you have to be careful.



It does not seem that Xiaomi is going to renew its range of mobiles with Android One since the last one came to light in July 2019. Given the rush of the brand to renew its most successful families, the Xiaomi Mi A3 could be one of the last with Android One. Burdened with problems due to past updates, phone owners know well what it is fear a new system version. And it seems that history repeats itself with Android 11.






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As they stand out some users, and reference XDA Developers, Xiaomi has started the deployment of Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi A3. Since the mobile is international, it should not take long for the update to expand: it has so far been sighted in India. On the MIUI download page, the update to Android 11 still does not appear, neither for the global version nor for the European Xiaomi Mi A3.







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The update arrives in the form of OTA with a weight of 1.4 GB. Includes Android 11 and various minor notification enhancements. As always happens when a version is promoted in the system, Android 11 brings the new features implicit in the firmwaresuch as granular permissions, increased privacy, and notification bubbles. The phone's security patch should also be updated.



While the update to Android 11 should be good news for Xiaomi Mi A3 owners, users who have updated in India are reporting serious errors after the process, so it must be taken into account before updating. In fact, it seems that the Xiaomi Mi A3 stops turning on, also charging; always according to the particular reports.



Via | XDA Developers