Xiaomi has become the dominant smartphone seller in India for the last five quarters, keeping its lead position on the industry. Before this season after Xiaomi started the Poco F1 flagship smartphone for an aggressive pricing, it did create a few heads. Apart from high quality of the line hardware like Snapdragon 845 SoC, up to 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, using a starting price of Rs 20,999, the firm did manage to surprise everyone.
Launched with Android 8.1 Oreo, Xiaomi said the smartphone is going to be upgraded to Android 9 Pie at Q4 2018, and it’s also qualified to acquire the Android Q upgrade next year. Right on course, Xiaomi rolled out Android Pie beta upgrade towards the end of October. But it as a closed beta upgrade, just available for users.
Now, according to a report on XDA Developers, Xiaomi has begun rolling out open beta upgrade for your smartphone. This implies any user who can’t await the official applications rollout can go on and test the Android 9 Pie construct before everybody else. The newest construct brings MIUI 10 Global Beta 8.11.15 up the most recent security patch, together with performance enhancements and bug fixes.
You are able to download the Retrieval ROM from here http://bit.ly/2Du4dHB, and flash it with the restoration upgrade tool. Just download the ROM (ZIP file) and store it in the main directory of this internal storage of this smartphone. Then go to Settings > Around Telephone > System Update. Here, tap the 3 dots on the top right corner, then select update bundle (choose the downloaded ZIP file). It will confirm the bundle and request you to reboot the smartphone. When the setup is completed, the smart phone will reboot by itself, and when all goes right, you’ll be on Android 9 Pie beta.
Another thing to do about this is to get the fastboot ROM from here http://bit.ly/2QTYOO6 and flash it with the Mi Flash Tool. Flashing instruction information are available here http://bit.ly/2S3ko2N.