Xiaomi Mi 10 fails to boot after latest update – Xiaomi issues statement

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro

Recently, some netizens reported that Xiaomi Mi 10 could not boot after updating the latest beta 20.3.4 system. According to Xiaomi, it has received some user feedback with respect to this situation. When the Xiaomi Mi 10 upgrades to the beta MIUI 20.3.4, a black screen appears and it cannot boot normally. This cause of this situation is simple, the update is faulty and Xiaomi has stopped pushing the new version.

Xiaomi Mi 10

Some netizens also say that the Mi 10 cannot use a card after updating the internal beta firmware. Also, if you press the power button for a long time cannot boot, the device will still not boot. The company is presently investigating the failure and will update netizens as soon as possible.

Xiaomi’s official statement reads

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“After receiving some user feedback that the Xiaomi Mi 10 has a black screen when upgrading to the internal test development version 20.3.4 and cannot boot normally, we stopped pushing the new version immediately. We are currently investigating the reasons. If there are new developments in the future, we will update this post in a timely manner. We hope everyone will continue to pay attention to the inconvenience caused to you. Please forgive me! thanks for your support”.


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  1. Asiatik
    March 5, 2020

    I have issues with my RedMi 8A as well. After the latest update, phone just keep restarting by itself randomly several times a day. And it does not see the external SD card also.

  2. Νεκτάριος Ζόγκος
    March 5, 2020

    Something is going on… Yesterday i read about Mi A3… Now the Mi 10… I am reading over the internet many similar problems with Xiaomi models… What the hell is going on?

  3. Jachym Lukes
    March 5, 2020

    WTF is a netizen?

  4. Maj
    March 5, 2020

    Is this on Chinese ROM or the Global ROM? Don’t understand why they insist on having different ROM

  5. Nadarajan Muthukumarasamy
    March 6, 2020

    Yes My Redmi Note 6 Pro also after updating I faced reboot failure.. Though it is under warranty period MI service centre refused to replace the MB.. Bought it for 11 k.. 11 months only it worked.. Mailed MI support also. BUT NO USE

  6. Nadarajan Muthukumarasamy
    March 6, 2020

    Yes MI people are advised not to update their mobile