Some Xiaomi Mi A3 users who updated their devices to Android 11 a few days ago have experienced their smartphones stop turning on. Today Xiaomi has re-launched the distribution of the update, which does not include this bug.
The update has a version number of 220.127.116.11.RFQMIXM and is approximately 1.40 GB in size. The changelog is the same as in the first update. It lists well-known innovations in the Android 11 operating system. In addition, the update contains a security patch from December 2020.
Users have confirmed that they have successfully updated their devices with this firmware, which has not revealed any bugs so far. It should be noted that this firmware is intended for those who did not manage to install the first update.
The company has already confirmed that it will repair all Xiaomi Mi A3 smartphones for free, which turned into “bricks” after the previous update. To do this, residents and visitors to China need to visit one of more than 2,000 service centers throughout the country. It is not known what to do for Xiaomi Mi A3 users in other countries of the world.