MIUI 10 Global Stable is Rolling Out to Xiaomi Poco F1, Here’s How to Download it

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The Xiaomi Poco F1 which was launched a few months ago is one of the best Smartphones available that you can buy at an affordable price of Rs 21000.

The smartphone came with MIUI 9.6 based out of Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box, and now, as promised by the company, the stable version of MIUI 10 Global based out of Android 8.1 Oreo is not being rolled out.

The Xiaomi Poco F1 smartphone owners from India and other countries will be able to get the OTA (Over the Air) update.

If you want the smartphone you can go to the about section from the settings area of your smartphone and check for the updates.

If you are someone who is quite eager to try out the MIUI 10 Global stable for your smartphone, you can also download the MIUI 10 Global Stable ROM for your Poco F1. You can download the ROM using this link.

This is a recovery ROM which can be flashed via the MI Updater app, and the users won’t be losing their data if they are already running MIUI 9 Global stable and are looking to upgrade to MIUI 10 Global stable.

Do Note that the MI UI 10 is stable Global stable is built on Android 8.1 Oreo.

There is also a version of MIUI 10 based on Android 9 Pie the beta version of which is also being rolled out to the Poco F1 smartphone in certain regions. If you are curious you can also download the MIUI 10 beta ROM based on Android 9 Pie.

The leaked Android Pie-based MIUI 10 beta build for the POCO F1 brings the Android version up to Android 9 and the MIUI version to MIUI 10 8.10.30.

It comes with the October security patch. It can be downloaded from this link. As this is a recovery ROM, it can be flashed via the MIUI Updater app.

Do note that users moving from MIUI 9 Global Stable will lose their data moving to MIUI 10, so they are advised to make a backup first.

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