Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro Gets MIUI 11 Update (November 1st Week) Xiaomi released MIUI 11 to a bunch of compatible phones and recent news, is that it plans on adding more features to the new platform in the coming iterations. We recently heard about Focus Mode, which was added to the developer version of the build and we now have news about two more features which are coming — a customisable lock screen and a Curriculum Mode. Both of them, including the Focus Mode, are designed to allow students to organise their schedules and be more productive.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro Gets MIUI 11 Update (November 1st Week)
About MIUI 11 Update On Redmi Note 7 Pro
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MIUI 11 Features
Xiaomi unveiled the latest iteration of its custom Android skin dubbed MIUI a little while ago. So far, most of the smartphones by the company have got the latest MIUI 11 update. Now, a new update for MIUI 11 is reported to be right around the corner which will bring three new features to the roster. The build is currently under internal testing and once all the bugs are fixed, we would be getting an official rollout.
- At first Go to Settings ~ About Phone ~ System Update
- After Successfully downloading the update, You device will prompt up with reboot dialogue box. After that press on reboot to update
- Miui 11 should greet you up with new looks and added features after the update.
Main Noticeable Featres
- What’s New on MIUI 11
- Focus mode
- Camera App Re designed
- Digital Wellbeing
- Advance Notch customization Option
- Advance darkmode
- Drrk mod scheduler
- New reading Mode
- Dark Mod on Notification bar
- Vientiane screen custom image
- New redesign Setting
Xiaomi’s MIUI 11 rollout has been difficult to track so far, mainly because of the confusing update naming convention and the different updates across multiple regions. Adding to this complexity is the fact there appears to be a very thin demarcation between builds that are only intended for the Mi Pilot beta testing program, meaning that builds assigned for this group will not install on devices with Mi Accounts that do not have the requisite permission. The same builds then get opened up as stable release, creating a lot of confusion — for instance, the same build linked above first failed to install on my Redmi Note 7 Pro, but then appeared through the OTA with the MIUI 11 Beta icon. If you get the error message that the update is for closed beta testers only, you can sideload the update through TWRP.