Android 10 custom ROM now available for some Xiaomi smartphones

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The latest Android system update, Android 10 is official and some devices are already getting this update. As usual, Google Pixel series and Essential Phone are already getting the stable build of Android 10. However, the Redmi K20 Pro is also receiving the stable system while the likes of  OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro are on the beta build. Google has also released the Android 10 source code on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). This allows OEMs and developers to get the official Android 10 source code for compilation and development. This also opens the door for third-party custom ROMs.

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As of yesterday, Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 got which could be regarded as a near stable version of the Android 10 update courtesy XDA. Now, custom ROMs for some Xiaomi phone are now available. The phones include Poco F1, Mi 6, Mi 8, and Redmi Note 5.

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Many thanks to Potato Open Sauce Project (POSP) custom ROM, Xiaomi Pocophone F1 gets the Android 10 system. This ROM is not entirely stable like that of Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1. It has a few bugs with its fingerprint scanner for some users while POSP features are not available for now.

For the Redmi Note 5, this ROM is available for its Global and Indian versions. However, there is an advice for only experienced users to flash this update. Like the Poco F1, this ROM also has issues with its fingerprint sensor as well as the thermal engine.

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Google’s latest system is available for Xiaomi Mi 6 via an unofficial LineageOS 17 build. There is just one bug on this update and it has to do with its Bluetooth playback.

In addition, there is an update for Xiaomi Mi 8. It got its update via the Google Pixel3 ROM. The bugs include issues with FPC scanners and Google Camera.


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