The new OS for Xiaomi Devices has been released, and it is the time for the Xiaomi Users to update their device. The MIUI 9 Global Beta ROM 8.4.19 is now available for download with some of the best features and improvements.
All the users of Xiaomi devices can easily download the Firmware and upgrade their OS. However, if you do not know how to upgrade the firmware, just follow our guide on the MIUI 9 Global Beta 8.4.19 ROM.
Since the launch of MIUI, Xiaomi has been pretty consistent with the regular software updates. Like most of the other Manufacturers, Xiaomi is also constantly developing the user interface for updating to Android Oreo-based MIUI. Most of the Xiaomi users can download the software easily and install it on their device manually.
The latest devices are already coming out with the MIUI 9 Android 8.0 Oreo, and it is also not mandatory for them to download the MIUI 9 Global Beta. However, for the users with previous models, you can simply download the beta version. The update is also available for the users in the Beta Channel.
According to the MIUI forum, the developers have fixed the bugs. Also, they are focusing on system optimization and has brought in many device specific changes accordingly. Thus, a lot of things have changed with many improvements.
So, here are the changes that have come forward with:
Added a confirmation dialog for deleting Quick apps from Home screen (04-17)
The camera cannot focus (Redmi Note 3) (04-17) [Fixed]
The issue of Yellow page FC (04-17) [Fixed]
No menu shows in notification shade even after enabling the option (04-17) [Fixed]
The screen automatically lock when using the device (Redmi Note 5Pro) (04-17) [Fixed]
Download MIUI 9 Global Beta ROM 8.4.19
The latest OTA update for the MIUI 9 Global Beta ROM 8.4.19 is already rolling out in the market. However, the update is only available for those users who are running their devices with the previous versions of Global Beta.
On the other hand, the users with the stable MIUI software will have to grab the recovery/fastboot ROM and install it manually. However, there are some devices such as Mi 3, Mi 4, and Redmi 3S those are suspended from the update!