Select Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 users now receiving MIUI 10 Nightly Global Stable ROM update

By Digit NewsDesk | Updated 15 Nov 2018
Select Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 users now receiving MIUI 10 Nightly Global Stable ROM update
  • The new MIUI 10 update for Redmi Note 4 is being rolled out for users that are selected at random.

In an interesting development, Xiaomi is rolling out the MIUI 10 Nightly Stable update for some of its Redmi Note 4 smartphone users. The news comes via company’s official forums and since it is a Nightly release, only some users will be receiving the update. The company is seeking feedback from these users and if everything seems good and the ROM is without any major bugs, it will be rolled out broadly for all users. Currently, only a couple of Xiaomi phones in India, like the Poco F1 and the Redmi Note 5 Pro, are running on the MIUI 10 update.

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The new MIUI 10 Nightly Global Stable V10.1.1.0.NCFMIFI for the Redmi Note 4 is being seeded as an OTA update. Users can check if they are selected to receive the update by heading over to their device’s Settings and downloading it, if it shows up. Do note that the update is being pushed out randomly only for a small number of users. Some Redmi Note 4 users who have received the update have complained on the Mi Forum that many of the features like portrait mode, full-screen mode and more are missing but these features could be enabled when the stable ROM update is pushed out for all. Additionally, it seems that the update is not based on Android Oreo and still works over Android Nougat. 

As mentioned earlier, the Xiaomi Poco F1 (review) recently received the MIUI 10 update. It was a Global Stable ROM that fixed issues ranging from buggy "OK Google" hot-word to distorted headphone output sound while playing PUBG on the handset. Just a couple of days ago, Xiaomi users in China on the beta version of MIUI reportedly received the new MIUI 10 v8.11.8 beta update. This update is said to bring support for installing the Google Camera app on the phones, but the new feature is said to be limited to China-based MIUI ROM. The new ROM reportedly supports the HAL3 API that enables working of the Google Camera app. You can read more about it here.

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