Chinese manufacturer, Xiaomi, has been releasing iterations of the MIUI 12.5 for its smartphones. The company has successively pushed the MIUI 12.5.12 stable version update for the Xiaomi Mi 11 series this week. Now, the standard Xiaomi Mi 11 is now getting this update. This update size is 125MB and it comes with Google’s August security patch. Furthermore, this update fixes an annoying bug that allows the mute icon to display incorrectly on the volume panel.
Earlier in September, the Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 11 Pro, and Mi 11 Ultra got a major update which weighs 4GB. Furthermore, the MIUI 21.9.17 internal beta update is currently available for users with internal beta qualifications. The system is equipped with the Android 12 kernel for the first time, and at the same time, it fixes many bugs in the development version of the system. However, it also brings new bugs that come with the Android 12 system. According to Xiaomi, subsequent releases will gradually optimize and repair this system.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra now getting MIUI 12.5 (Android 12) dev. version
In May of this year, Android brought a large-scale revision of the Android 12 system. After that, major mobile phone manufacturers also began to develop new systems. Since Chinese manufacturers all adopt deep customization of the Android system, the adaptation time is longer. According to feedback from users, Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, is now getting relevant Android 12 updates. The version number is MIUI 12.5 21.9.25 development version internal test. The biggest highlight of this version of the system is the upgrade to the Android 12 version.
It is worth mentioning that the update log also shows that this update improves the stability of the system and optimizes the fluency of the system. We also expect this update to improve the performance of the MIUI 12.5 system.
However, it is important to note that this update is a cross Android upgrade. Thus, in order to reduce the risk of data loss, users should ensure to back up their data before upgrading. This update takes a relatively long time to start and load. Furthermore, performance and power consumption problems such as heating may occur within a short period after putting on the device. Also, some third-party applications that are not compatible with Android 12 may not work normally.
According to Google, the Android 12 system improves the entire underlying system, which can reduce the CPU time required for core system services by 22%, This also reduces the system’s server use of large cores by 15%. Ultimately, this makes the operation smooth and fast. In terms of privacy protection, the Android 12 alerts users on which apps are accessing users’ data.