Xiaomi mobiles are powered by the MIUI layer, although on rare occasions we have seen some devices with Android One. The Chinese company has decided to focus on improving its layer to make it one of the best in the industry. To achieve this, the participation of Mi Fans is essential, contributing improvements and participating in beta programs.
How to get Android 11 on Xiaomi phones before anyone else does?
Xiaomi is currently in the process of updating many of its handsets to Android 11. Xiaomi’s current updates are divided between phones with Android 11 and MIUI 12.5 and those that are being updated to the latest version of Android, with the layer in the MIUI 12 version. It is precisely the latter the protagonist of a good batch of phones that can test the new version ahead of time.
More phones to test MIUI 12 with Android 11
To do this, Xiaomi has opened a new batch of Pilot Testers for the Global Stable ROM of MIUI 12. The company’s goal is to ensure a stable release of this version on all its devices, as polished as possible, with the help of the entire community. Therefore, the program offers the opportunity to test the new features and innovations, while helping the developers team to solve specific bugs or implement improvements.
The list of new Xiaomi phones that can participate is as follows:
- Mi 10 Pro
- Mi 10
- Mi 10 Lite
- Mi 9
- Mi 9T Pro/Redmi K20 Pro
- Mi 9 Pro/Redmi K20 Pro
- Mi 9 SE
- Mi 9 Lite
- Redmi Note 9T
- Redmi Note 8 Pro
- Redmi Note 9S
- Redmi Note 8T
- Mi 11
- Redmi Note 10 Pro
- POCO F2 Pro
- POCO M3
- POCO X2
How to apply for becoming a Pilot Tester of MIUI Global ROM program?
To participate, it will be necessary to fulfill a series of requirements. We must detail them before going on to how to apply since, in case of not fulfilling any of them, access to the program could be rejected.
- Be of legal age in your country.
- Have and use a Xiaomi cell phone and be able to actively participate in the stable version test and be willing to give comments and suggestions.
- The “Mi” account must be registered on the phone and logged in.
- Know flashing tools, be tolerant to technical problems and be willing to cooperate with engineers on detailed information.
- Be willing to take risks for failed updates.
- Have a minimum level of English to be able to communicate with engineers.
To sign up for the Pilot Testers program, go to this website and fill in all the steps of the application. We will have until March 31 to do it. It will be necessary to enter our MI account and the IMEI of the phone as well as the specific model. Once the request has been completed, MIUI will verify that the information provided meets all our mandatory requirements and then they will not give access to the respective device on Telegram. Since updates may contain bugs, it will be necessary to perform a backup before updating your device.