The Xiaomi Mi A3 has obtained a second Android 11 update with model quantity 126.96.36.199. The new update comes merely days after a primary Android 11 update for the phone bricked the system for a lot of users. Xiaomi had acknowledged the situation and had instantly rolled again the earlier update. The new software program update has no such bricking situation, claims the firm.
The rollout of the new Mi A3 update began on late Tuesday, initially being reported by some users on Twitter. The measurement of the new system update is 1.40GB and it contains the December 2020 Android safety patch. Just like the update that was rolled again, the new update brings Android 11 and all its core options.
After Mi A3 users discovered their units in an unusable situation following the set up of the first update, Xiaomi provided free repairs to clients no matter whether or not they had voided their warranties or not. While the new 188.8.131.52 update doesn’t brick the system, it isn’t fully freed from points and bugs. A lot of users on Twitter have reported new points on the system. These embody points with Wi-Fi calling and sluggish charging speeds. Check out some tweets beneath.
— Abhi (@Freecto_) January 6, 2021
A11 Tracking update
1.Update roll date 31 Dec outcomes Hard bricked
2. Update roll date 5 Jan outcomes Touch display screen lifeless
Please are you able to information us when to update
— MOHD AFEEF (@afeef1915) January 6, 2021
The Android 11 update bricking situation is the newest thorn to prick Xiaomi in a historical past of updates to the Mi A3. One of the few Xiaomi telephones to run on inventory Android as an alternative of MIUI, the MI A3 was launched as a tool with a cleaner UI that could be up to date to the subsequent 3 Android variations.
The phone, nonetheless, had additionally confronted numerous points whereas being up to date to Android 10 from Android 9. Earlier this month, the similar occurred when the phone received its first Android 11 update. Thankfully the points that stay after the new update, will be mounted in subsequent updates.